What is another word for Iberians?

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[ a͡ɪbˈi͡əɹɪənz], [ a‍ɪbˈi‍əɹɪənz], [ aɪ_b_ˈiə_ɹ_ɪ__ə_n_z]

Iberians are ancient people who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula, comprising modern-day Spain and Portugal. Synonyms for the word "Iberians" might include "Hispanics," "Lusitanians," "Celts," "Phoenicians," "Romans," "Visigoths," "Moors," and "Sephardic Jews." Each of these groups occupied the peninsula at different times throughout history, contributing to its cultural and linguistic diversity. Some of these groups, such as the Celts and Phoenicians, left a significant impact on the indigenous Iberian population, while others, such as the Romans and Moors, ruled over the Iberian Peninsula for centuries. The term "Iberians" therefore encompasses a wide range of cultural and ethnic groups that have shaped the history of the region.

Related words: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Oscans, Iberian Peninsula

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    The Iberians are an ethnic group that inhabits much of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. They are traditionally defined as the peoples who speak the Iberian languages, which areuropean languages of the Romance family. According to the 2010 Spanish census, there were a total of 3,245,000 Iberians in Spain (8% of the population), an increase of 97,000 compared to the 2004 census. There are also significant Iberian populations in Portugal (478,000 in 2010) and Extremadura (247,000).

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