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Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.
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Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.

Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman. Had my DNA done, 24% of my DNA comes from the Iberian Peninsula, specifically Morocco, and Spain. Very cool.
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Dama de Elche Piedra caliza Alcudia de Elche (Elche, Alicante) Siglos V-IV a.C.
Dama de Elche Piedra caliza Alcudia de Elche (Elche, Alicante) Siglos V-IV a.C.
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Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.
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Caucasian Muslim Avar woman from Russian republic of Dagestan.

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Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.

Young Caucasian girl - Balkhar region, Dagestan, caucasus mountains. Author: Kamil Chutuev.
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Genetic history of the Iberian peninsula and the various ethnic groups that have contributed to the modern Spanish and Portuguese gene pool.
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Iberian Lady by AranzazuFernandez on DeviantArt
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Santiago Matamoros in the Cathedral of Burgos - one version of the patron Saint of Spain which appeared during the Moorish invasion.

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The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage. It was used as a funerary urn.

The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage. It was used as a funerary urn.

SPAIN / IBERIA / Archaeo - IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) -  Guerrero celtiberico. The Celtiberians were Celtic-speaking people of the Iberian Peninsula in the final centuries BC. These tribes spoke the Celtiberian language. Archaeologically, the Celtiberians participated in the Hallstatt culture in what is now north-central Spain. The term Celtiberi appears in accounts by Diodorus Siculus, who recognized intermarriage between Celts and Iberians after a period of continuous warfare.

SPAIN / IBERIA / Archaeo - IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - Guerrero celtiberico. The Celtiberians were Celtic-speaking people of the Iberian Peninsula in the final centuries BC. These tribes spoke the Celtiberian language. Archaeologically, the Celtiberians participated in the Hallstatt culture in what is now north-central Spain. The term Celtiberi appears in accounts by Diodorus Siculus, who recognized intermarriage between Celts and Iberians after a period of continuous warfare.

Well. All races survive. And I wrote that.

Way to contribute to the dumbing down of humanity. This is most certainly not Harriet Tubman. This is Lady Sara Forbes Bonetta 15 August Look her up. It's a great story, so let's share it instead of making things up.

A PALMYRENE LIMESTONE BUST OF A PRIEST CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D.

A PALMYRENE LIMESTONE BUST OF A PRIEST CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D.

Bicha de Balazote (Museo Arqueológico Nacional)  Hallada en Balazote (Albacete). Siglo VI-V a.C. Escultura conocida como la "Bicha de Balazote". Representa un toro androcéfalo, es decir un animal mítico con cuerpo de toro y cabeza humana.

Bicha de Balazote (Museo Arqueológico Nacional) Hallada en Balazote (Albacete). Siglo VI-V a.C. Escultura conocida como la "Bicha de Balazote". Representa un toro androcéfalo, es decir un animal mítico con cuerpo de toro y cabeza humana.

Ancient Iberian Sculpture: "Lady of Baza." 4th century B.C.

Ancient Iberian Sculpture: "Lady of Baza." century aA,C, Baza (Granada) Andalucia

The Lady, or Dama of Baza, an ancient Celtiberian sculpture

The lady, or Dama de Baza ( site of the Ibero-Roman city of Basti), an ancient Iberian sculpture by the Bastetani c.

Yves Leresche photographe suisse lausanne - photo reportage - Gypsies . Rroms . Rroma . Tsiganes . Tziganes

Leresche Swiss photographer lausanne - Gypsies (or Roma, Romaly, Kale, Kalderari, Tzigane etc.

Faces of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

Etruscan sarcophagus of a magistrate Cerveteri Vatican Etruscan Museum

Terracotta statue of a young Etruscan woman, late 4th century-early 3rd century BCE

Terracotta statue of a young Etruscan woman, late century-early century BCE ~ Many of the remains of Etruscan art have been found in repositories for the dead, in which the people were accustomed to inter with the body various articles of metal and clay.

Carved Bull (5th cent. BCE) found in the Eshmun sanctuary near Sidon, South Lebanon, home to the Phoenicians' largest city. This marble protome shows the influence of Achaemenid rule at the time. The Achaemenid Empire (c. 550–330 BCE) was a Persian empire in Western Asia, founded in the 6th century BCE by Cyrus the Great, who overthrew the Median confederation.

Carved Bull -- Marble, Century BC -- Found in the Eshmun sanctuary near Sidon, South Lebanon

Iberian female head. Cabeza femenina ibera. Date	between 300 and 100 BC Medium	limestone Dimensions	Height: 33 cm (13 in). Width: 20 cm (7.9 in). Depth: 18 cm (7.1 in). Current location	 National Archaeological Museum of Spain From Archaeological Site Cerro de los Santos

National Archaeological Museum of Spain. From Archaeological Site Cerro de los Santos.

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