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  • 23 Jun |

    Ampurias

    In the 6th century a.c, Greeks proceeding from Masalia, a colony founded by the Phocians, near the current Marseilles, established in the Costa Brava. As his name indicates, Emporion was founded as commercial port, though the decadence of the masalios turned her into a city with an economic independence that allowed him that it allowed […]

  • 23 Jun |

    AN IBERIAN WARRIOR

    The Iberians were described by the Greeks as fearsome warriors that never retreat and always fought without fear. That fascinated the Greeks and some of them were recruited as soldiers because the Greeks knew that they were very safe with some Iberians by their side because their loyalty was extreme: if the boss died, the […]

  • 23 Jun |

    ANCIENT IBERIAN WARRIORS: THE FALCATA SWORD

    Iberian warriors wore a tunic made from wool with a broad belt at the waist. Armour was usually only worn by noblemen. They protected their heads with bronze helmets and shields. Iberian Infantry The iberians were justly famed for their weapons, such as the falcata, one of the most devastating swords ever made! The falcata […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Roman monuments of Zaragoza

    First I´m going to talk about romans walls: The wall enclosing the Roman foundation and the urban condition for many centuries, as were used by visigoths and muslims .Built between the first century and the third century of our era, the Roman wall of Zaragoza grew to a length of about 3000 meters and 120 towers. Two sections have been preserved: […]

  • 23 Jun |

    THE PHOENICIAN BOATS OF MAZARRON

        In 1.988, during the works in the bay of Mazarron (Murcia, Spain), the divers made a great discovery. Under a layer of dead algae, they found some very old pieces of wood and a lot of parts of pottery. It was the body of a 2.700 year old phoenician boat. There were only some wood […]

  • 23 Jun |

    What were roman hobbies?

    Romans spent a lot of time working, even more if they were slaves, as they had many things to do and some of them had more than one job. Although they were really busy, in their free time they liked to relax and have fun. One of their leisures were the terms or public baths. […]

  • 23 Jun |

    What did romans in Caesaraugusta?

    Iberian people, in year 15 before Crist, was romanized. Romans conquisted Salduie (later, it will be called Caesaraugusta) at that time. Iberian peple didn’t try to resist the romans becase they knew romans were stronger and more powerful; they couldn’t win if they try to start a war. Once Caesaraugusta was founded, romans introduced some […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Family and children

    The life of women in rome, usually, it was harder than the men.The women was married at 14 years old.Her lifes wasn’t very interesting.Because in her life,she cleaned the houseand she cooked.The men had the power of the life of the persons,he decided if a baby dies or lives. Most children in roma didn’t go […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Roman theatre in Saragossa

    This theatre was build at the 1st century a.C. The roman society built this thetre for Saragossa, and they used it to plays, and some gladiators fights. This thatre is made with stone for the base of the building, and alabaster for recover the bleachers, because it´s more beautifull than the stone and in Saragossa […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Were was a women situated in the theatre?

    The theatre is one of the most famous Roman cultural contribution. The people were situated in different places according to the society: the proedria to the senators, the ima cavea to the mens, the summa cavea to the liberated and the slaves  and the matroneo to the women. The romans interpreted their actions in the […]

  • 23 Jun |

    WARS PUNICS

    The Wars Punics happened between 264 B.C. and 146 B.C. They were three wars. The first war was for the conquest of a few islands in which the Romans, for naval superiority won the islands. The second war púnic was the attempt of Aníbal’s conquest. But Aníbal attacked for Roman Spain, because he knew that […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Ancient Gold Wreath Found In Greek Subway

    An abundance of gold wreaths appear to lay hidden in a subway network in Greece. Indeed, excavation work during construction of a new subway in the northern city of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, has revealed another gold wreath – the ninth since work started in 2006. Found on the site of an ancient cemetery […]

  • 23 Jun |

    LOS VERRACOS

    The verracos are granite megalitic monuments, sculptures of animals that have been found        in the west of the iberian meseta  in the provinces of Ávila, Salamanca, Zamora, and Cáceres,  but also in the north of Portugal and Galicia. Over 400 sculptures have been found. The Verracos sculptures appear to represent not only pigs but also […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Fenicia

    Las monedas fenicias propiamente dichas se acuñaron en el territorio de la antigua Fenicia desde finales del siglo VI y siguieron hasta la conquista de Alejandro como propias de la satrapía de Fenicia bajo el imperio de los persas de la dinastía aqueménida. Se conocen también con dicho nombre las púnicas o cartaginesas acuñadas principalmente […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Los pueblos prerromanos

    Cuenta la historia que alrededor del 1200 a.C. se produjo una invasión en el oriente de Europa y África y en el Asia Menor de unos pueblos provenientes del norte de Europa. Terribles catástrofes debieron azotar estas tierras para obligarles a emprender una emigración de tales proporciones. En su recorrido imparable fueron derrotando a los […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Los pueblos prerromanos

    Pueblos prerromanos es la expresión con que la historiografía se refiere a los pueblos indígenas de las distintas zonas por las que se extendió el Imperio romano. El concepto se aplica especialmente en su parte occidental , que fue la más sujeta al proceso denominado romanización (concepto del que lo prerromano es el sustrato cultural […]

  • 23 Jun |

    ¿Cómo era la organización jerárquica de las legiones romanas?

    El ejército romano se encontraba muy jerarquizado. En la cúpula se encontraba el emperador. El prefecto del pretorio era, en cierto modo, el ministro de la Guerra y estaba asistido en Roma por el prefecto de las cohortes pretorianas, de los oficiales y de los centuriones. En las provincias, cada ejército regional estaba bajo el […]

  • 23 Jun |

    The romans and Julio César

    Julio César was an emperor in Rome. He leaded the soldiers of Rome and he had a lot of money and he was very rich. He was a very strict emperor and he push in a very big footprint in Rome. I admire him but I don´t like some actions that he asent in Rome. […]

  • 23 Jun |

    LA LEYENDA DE LA TORRE DE DOÑA BLANCA

    Cuenta la leyenda que Doña Blanca era una joven muy bondadosa, alegre y muy hermosa. Tenía un gran corazón y esto hacía que muchos hombres la pretendieran para convertirla en su esposa. Doña Blanca era la hermana menor del heredero al trono de la Corona de Aragón. Al morir el padre de ambos, este último […]

  • 23 Jun |

    LEYENDA DEL ACUEDUCTO DE SEGOVIA

    El Acueducto de Segovia. Es uno de los monumentos más significativos y mejor conservados de los que dejaron los romanos en la Península Ibérica. Se trata probablemente del símbolo más importante para los habitantes de Segovia, hasta el punto de figurar en su escudo. Hay una leyenda del Acueducto de Segovia en la que se […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Ancient Gold Wreath Found In Greek Subway

    An abundance of gold wreaths appear to lay hidden in a subway network in Greece. Indeed, excavation work during construction of a new subway in the northern city of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, has revealed another gold wreath – the ninth since work started in 2006. Found on the site of an ancient cemetery […]

  • 23 Jun |

    ACUEDUCTOS ROMANOS

    Los romanos  construyeron numerosos acueductos para proporcionar agua a las ciudades y los lugares industriales. Estos acueductos estaban entre los mayores logros de ingeniería del mundo antiguo, y establecieron un estándar no igualado por más de mil años tras la caída de roma. Muchas ciudades aún mantienen y usan los antiguos acueductos hoy en día, aunque los […]

  • 23 Jun |

    TERMAS ROMANAS

    Las termas públicas fueron construidas en el siglo I d. C., en la época del inicio de la dinastía Julio-Claudia y se utilizaron hasta el siglo IV de nuestra Era, y se han conservado restos de las letrinas públicas y de una piscina al aire libre que se construyó posteriormente en el mismo lugar. Los restos más […]

  • 23 Jun |

    SOCIEDAD ROMANA

    El Imperio romano  fue una etapa de la civilización romana en la Antigüedad clásica, posterior a la República romana y caracterizada por una forma de gobierno autocrática. El nacimiento del Imperio viene precedido por la expansión de su capitaEl, Roma, que extendió su control en torno al mar Mediterráneo. Bajo la etapa imperial los dominios […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Roman´s life

    Life for women in Roman times was hard.  The mother was less important than the father in the family. When a new baby was born it would be laid at its father’s feet  if the father picked the baby up it would live, but if he ignored the baby it would be taken away to […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Baptistery and basilica of Santa Engracia (Zaragoza)

    In 2008 were performed importants archaeologicals discovers  inside the crypt of  the basilica  of Santa Engracia, in Zaragoza, In the excavations was found the pavement of the original temple. This primitive basilica had a central nave and two laterals; it was oriented to Jerusalem (east);  built in the IV century, after the Milan Edict, it wasn’t an isolated building, […]

  • 23 Jun |

    DOMUS ROMANAS

    Domus es la palabra latina con la que se conoce a la casa romana. Las domus eran las viviendas de las familias de un cierto nivel económico, cuyo cabeza de familia  llevaba el título de dominus.1 La erupción del Vesubio en el 79 d.C. que sepultó Pompeya y Herculano, ha conservado muchas de ellas en […]

  • 23 Jun |

    Acrópolis de Atenas

    La Acrópolis de Atenas puede considerarse la más representativa de las acrópolis griegas. La acrópolis era, literalmente, la ciudad alta y estaba presente en la mayoría de las ciudades griegas, con una doble función: defensiva y como sede de los principales lugares de culto.1 La de Atenas está situada sobre una cima, que se alza […]

  • 15 Jun |

    La Prehistoria

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  • 27 May |

    LOS CELTAS EN ESPAÑA

    Como el resto de Europa, España y el resto de la península Iberia también  serán lugar de asentamiento de los pueblos celtas, su asentamiento se efectúa en varia oleadas y se realiza en casi toda la península, solo el sur y la zona mas mediterránea (donde habitan los Iberos) estará aparentemente al margen de esta.Cuando […]


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