Your question: When was the Iron Age in Spain?

The Iron Age in Western Spain (800 BC–AD 50): An Overview.

Who were the first humans in Spain?

heidelbergensis humans were already living in Spain as early as 1.2 million years ago, as indicated by finds at Atapuerca and by stone tools recovered from beaches in the Algarve (Mirouço), Huelva (Punta Umbria), and Cádiz (Algeciras) and the terraces of the lower Guadalquivir, Tagus, Manzanares, and Ter rivers.

What age was 8000 BC?

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PLEISTOCENE 500,000 to 8,000 Paleolithic Lower
PLEISTOCENE 500,000 to 8,000 Paleolithic Middle
PLEISTOCENE 500,000 to 8,000 Paleolithic Upper (Paleo-Indian in America)
HOLOCENE 8,000 TO 5,000 Mesolithic (Meso-Indian)

How long have humans been in Spain?

ANCIENT humans were in Europe at least 300 000 years earlier than previously thought, according to a large team of researchers in Spain. They have discovered human fossils and simple stone tools dating back more than 780 000 years.

When did the Phoenicians arrive in Spain?

Excavations confirm that the Phoenicians settled in southern Spain after 800 bce, shortly after the traditional founding of the greatest Phoenician colony, Carthage (now in Tunisia).

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