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- proper n. Plural form of Celt-Iberian.
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Added to which Sephardim at least had a relatively high incidence of conversion from outside faiths until the 11th century - so how are descendants of Celt-Iberians, Romans, Greeks and Visigoths connected to that area?
My dear little Anglo-Saxons, Celt-Iberians and Teutonico-Latin oddities --- The time has come to convey, impart and make known to you the dreadful conclusions and horrible prognostications that flow, happen, deduce, derive and are drawn from the truly abominable conditions of the social medium in which you and I and all poor devils are most fatally and surely bound to draw out our miserable existence.
Lorca’s grasp of Spanish culture spanned the pre-Christian Celt-Iberians to the invasion of traditional village life by the machines and modernization of the 20th century.