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  • proper n. Plural form of Celtiberian.

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  • Of the native barbarians, the Celtiberians were the most powerful, as the

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 1

  • [70] Of the native barbarians, the Celtiberians were the most powerful, as the Cantabrians and Asturians proved the most obstinate.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 1

  • 70 Of the native barbarians, the Celtiberians were the most powerful, as the Cantabrians and

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Roman general, and wintered in the country of the Celtiberians, in the city of Castulo, where the soldiers enjoying great plenty, and growing insolent, and continually drinking, the inhabitants despised them and sent for aid by night to the Gyrisoenians, their near neighbors, who fell upon the Romans in their lodgings and slew

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • He first served as a soldier in the war against the Celtiberians, when Scipio Africanus besieged Numantia; where he signalized himself to his general by courage far above his comrades, and, particularly, by his cheerfully complying with

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • The Celtiberians were brought to terms in 151; the Lusitanians, under Viriathus, fought on until 139.

    d. Conquest of the Mediterranean

  • The Romans began war with the Celtiberians in 195, and with the Lusitanians in 193, and campaigned until victory in 175.

    d. Conquest of the Mediterranean

  • Celtiberians inhabited the north-central plateau, to the west were Lusitanians, and throughout the rest of the peninsula lived some 20 other independent peoples.

    2. The Republic, 264-70 B.C.E

  • From the reports, the Celtiberians are absolutely boiling and the Lusitani creating havoc in the Further Province, where my remote Cornelian cousin Dolabella has had a trifling success or two without stamping rebellion out.

    The Grass Crown

  • And I very much doubt that the Belgae will want them any more than the Celtiberians of the Pyrenees.

    The First Man in Rome

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