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Dama de Elche. Cultura Ibérica
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Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.
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Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.

Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.
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SPAIN / IBERIA / Archaeo - IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - Guerrero celtiberico. The Celtiberians were Celtic-speaking people of the Iberian Peninsula in the final centuries BC. These tribes spoke the Celtiberian language. Archaeologically, the Celtiberians participated in the Hallstatt culture in what is now north-central Spain. The term Celtiberi appears in accounts by Diodorus Siculus, who recognized intermarriage between Celts and Iberians after a period of continuous warfare.
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SPAIN / IBERIA / Archaeo - IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) -  Guerrero celtiberico. The Celtiberians were Celtic-speaking people of the Iberian Peninsula in the final centuries BC. These tribes spoke the Celtiberian language. Archaeologically, the Celtiberians participated in the Hallstatt culture in what is now north-central Spain. The term Celtiberi appears in accounts by Diodorus Siculus, who recognized intermarriage between Celts and Iberians after a period of continuous warfare.
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Santiago Matamoros in the Cathedral of Burgos - one version of the patron Saint of Spain which appeared during the Moorish invasion.
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Santiago Matamoros in the Cathedral of Burgos - one version of the patron Saint of Spain which appeared during the Moorish invasion.

Santiago Matamoros in the Cathedral of Burgos - one version of the patron Saint of Spain which appeared during the Moorish invasion.
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Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.
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Caucasian Muslim Avar woman from Russian republic of Dagestan.

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Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.

Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.

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The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage. It was used as a funerary urn.

The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage. It was used as a funerary urn.

Bicha de Balazote (Museo Arqueológico Nacional)  Hallada en Balazote (Albacete). Siglo VI-V a.C. Escultura conocida como la "Bicha de Balazote". Representa un toro androcéfalo, es decir un animal mítico con cuerpo de toro y cabeza humana.

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Enkidu and Gilgamesh...look closely at Enkidu - he's a faun, perhaps the ancient god Pan? In my studies of world cultures, I've found a representative of Pan in each and every culture around the world, even India.  What does it mean?  Pan was the god of nature...a great protector.

Fate/zero - archer -GILGAMESH Sumerian heroes Enkidu and Gilgamesh; the future Heracles/Hercle/Hercules

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Baal Hammon, a Carthaginian and Phoenician god. God of the sky in Carthage and the god of fertility and regeneration in Phoenicia.

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