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Celtiberian Collection

The Celtiberian culture, a fascinating blend of Celtic and Iberian influences, left behind numerous remnants that offer us glimpses into their ancient world

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Celtiberian site of San Miguel. Iron Age II

Celtiberian site of San Miguel. Iron Age II. 6th-3rd centuries BC. Partial view of the ruins. Arnedo, La Rioja, Spain. Date: 2014

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Celtiberian Roman rock city of Tiermes, detail of the rock digged houses

Celtiberian Roman rock city of Tiermes, detail of the rock digged houses

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b. C

Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b. C
Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b.C

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Celtiberian Oinochoe from La Caridad (Caminreal), Teruel

Celtiberian Oinochoe from La Caridad (Caminreal), Teruel

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Spain. La Rioja. Early Iron Age. Contrevia Leukade

Spain. La Rioja. Early Iron Age. Contrevia Leukade. Celtiberian city. 3rd-2rd BC century. Ruins

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Numancia. Roman ruins. Near Soria. Spain

Numancia. Roman ruins. Near Soria. Spain
Numancia. Ancient Celtiberian settlement. Famous in the Celtiberian Wars. Roman ruins. Near Soria. Spain

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Numancia. Ancient Celtiberian settlement. Famous in the Celt

Numancia. Ancient Celtiberian settlement. Famous in the Celtiberian Wars. Roman ruins. Near Soria. Spain

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Culture of Verracos. Megalithic monument. Pre-romanic celtic

Culture of Verracos. Megalithic monument. Pre-romanic celtic
Culture of Verracos (3rd-4th centuries). Detail of Verraco. Granite megalithic monument. Represented pigs or bulls. Est Iberian meseta. Pre-romanic celtic peoples. Ciudad Rodrigo

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Celtic Art. Spain. Iron Dagger

Celtic Art. Spain. Iron Dagger. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Hill Fort of Santa Tecla (Santa Tegra)

Hill Fort of Santa Tecla (Santa Tegra). Was inhabited from AD X century B.C. until the third century AD. La Guardia (A Garda). Pontevedra province. Galicia. Spain

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: SPAIN. Garray. View of the Roman and Celtiberian

SPAIN. Garray. View of the Roman and Celtiberian archaeological site

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: SPAIN. Garray. Celtiberian and Roman archaeological

SPAIN. Garray. Celtiberian and Roman archaeological

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: SPAIN. Garray. View of the Celtiberian-Roman

SPAIN. Garray. View of the Celtiberian-Roman archaeological site. Round well

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Vase of the Warriors

Vase of the Warriors
Vase of the warriors. Two warriors, one Celtiberian and one Roman, fighting against each other carrying lance, shield and

Background imageCeltiberian Collection: Quintus Sertorius (c. 123-72 BC). Roman statesman and general. Quintus Sertorius

Quintus Sertorius (c. 123-72 BC). Roman statesman and general. Quintus Sertorius besieges the Lusones in Contrebia Belaisca Colored engraving


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The Celtiberian culture, a fascinating blend of Celtic and Iberian influences, left behind numerous remnants that offer us glimpses into their ancient world. One such site is the Celtiberian site of San Miguel, dating back to the Iron Age II. Here, we can witness the architectural prowess of these people through the remains of their rock-digged houses in the Roman rock city of Tiermes. Moving forward in time, we encounter Uxama Argelae, a Roman Celtiberian city from the 4th to 3rd century b. C. , whose ruins still stand as a testament to their advanced civilization. In Teruel's La Caridad (Caminreal), an exquisite Celtiberian Oinochoe showcases their artistic finesse and craftsmanship. Traveling further across Spain, we stumble upon Contrevia Leukade in La Rioja - an Early Iron Age settlement that reveals insights into daily life during this period. The famous Numancia also beckons with its Roman ruins near Soria; this ancient Celtiberian settlement has become synonymous with resilience and defiance against invaders. Delving deeper into their cultural practices, we uncover megalithic monuments like Verracos - pre-Romanic Celtic sculptures that exude mystery and intrigue. Additionally, Celtic art manifests itself through artifacts such as iron daggers found throughout Spain. Perched atop Santa Tecla Hill Fort (Santa Tegra), one can marvel at panoramic views while contemplating how these Celts once thrived within its protective walls. Returning to Tiermes' rock city yet again unveils more details about their unique dwellings carved out from solid stone. Intrinsically linked with Spanish history and heritage are these remnants left by the enigmatic Celtiberians – a civilization that continues to captivate our imagination even today.