What is another word for Iberians?

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Pronunciation:

[ 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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    Usage examples for Iberians

    Be this, however, as it may, the oldest inhabitants of the Spanish peninsula were the different tribes of the Iberians proper, and the CeltIberians; the first being the most easily disposed of.
    "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
    Robert Gordon Latham
    He considered the warlike character of the Iberians; and this made him unwilling to think that any invader from the north had displaced them.
    "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
    Robert Gordon Latham
    Besides the Gauls there were four or five Goths; some Iberians, lean swarthy men; Numidians, fleet of foot, lithe and active-these were used more often for contests with wild beasts than in the gladiatorial conflicts, for which they lacked strength and weight-Parthians and Scythians, together with a score of natives of Italy, Romans and others, who had taken to the profession of gladiator as they might have done to any other calling.
    "Beric the Briton A Story of the Roman Invasion"
    G. A. Henty

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