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Archaeoethnologica: Fortificações da Idade do Ferro - Congresso  -   Imagem: O Castelinho (Torre de Moncorvo, Portugal)

Archaeoethnologica: Fortificações da Idade do Ferro - Congresso - Imagem: O Castelinho (Torre de Moncorvo, Portugal)

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal  Fragment of Pottery, Outeiro do Circo Project

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal Fragment of Pottery, Outeiro do Circo Project

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal  site: Fraga dos Corvos

Archaeoethnologica: A Idade do Bronze em Portugal site: Fraga dos Corvos

Ruins of celtiberos settlement. Somewhat similar to Citania de Briteiros, Portugal

Ruins of celtiberos settlement. Somewhat similar to Citania de Briteiros, Portugal

Dolmen at Penedo de Com at Penalva do Castelo, Portugal;  photo by CCDR (Centro / Região Centro de Portugal), via Flickr

Dolmen at Penedo de Com at Penalva do Castelo, Portugal; photo by CCDR (Centro / Região Centro de Portugal), via Flickr

Dolmen - Anta da Aboboreira, Baião,  Portugal;  photo by António Miguel de Campos

Dolmen - Anta da Aboboreira, Baião, Portugal; photo by António Miguel de Campos

Magnificent Megaliths (Portugal). 'Spiritual, magical, historical, incredible – a visit to the many ancient megaliths around Évora will make your hairs stand on end. As a traveller, you will more often than not have these sites to yourselves. And what better way to ponder the mysteries of places so ancient they cannot fully be explained? How did such massive rocks get hauled into place? Were they fertility symbols or proprietal land boundaries.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/portugal

Magnificent Megaliths (Portugal). 'Spiritual, magical, historical, incredible – a visit to the many ancient megaliths around Évora will make your hairs stand on end. As a traveller, you will more often than not have these sites to yourselves. And what better way to ponder the mysteries of places so ancient they cannot fully be explained? How did such massive rocks get hauled into place? Were they fertility symbols or proprietal land boundaries.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/portugal

The lunela, a unique type of torque used by the celtiberian Lusitanians

The lunela, a unique type of torque used by the celtiberian Lusitanians

Archaeoethnologica: Paleoetnologia da Hispânia Céltica - Tese on-line

Archaeoethnologica: Paleoetnologia da Hispânia Céltica - Tese on-line

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