The Museu da Cultura Castreja has important artefacts from various sites, housed in Sarmento’s 18th- and 19th-century manor house. It’s about 2km back down. Museu da Cultura Castreja: Worth a visit as price is included in Citania de Briteiros ticket – See 2 traveler reviews, 2 candid photos, and great deals for. Mar 14, Explore Nídia Teles’s board “Cultura Castreja” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Archaeology, Ancient art and Antiquities.
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Santa Eulalia de Oscos. Old reused stone slab, now in exposition in Formigueiros, AmoeiroGalicia. Bandua had a warlike character and a defender of local communities. Pottery was produced locally in a variety of styles, although wealthier people also possessed imported Mediterranean products.
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Other metal artefacts include antenna-hilted swords and knives, Montefortino helmets with local decoration and sacrificial or votive axes with depictions of complex sacrificial scenes similar to classical suovetauriliawith torcs, cauldrons, weapons, animals of diverse species and string-like motives.
Pre-Roman peoples established into Spain. On the local personal names, less than two hundred are known,  many of which are also present either in the Lusitania, or either among the Astures, or among the Celtiberians. Views Read Edit View history. After confirmation of acceptance of the works, authors must register between August 1 and September 1.
With the exception of the Grovii people, Pomponius Mela stated that all the populi were Celtic and Cosus was not worshipped there. Nabia Fountain in Braga.
During the transition of the Bronze to the Iron Age, from the Douro in modern northern Portugal and up along the coasts of Galicia  until the central regions of Asturias, the settlement in artificially fortified places substituted the old open settlement model.
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A selection of motifs and carvings from the oppida region Galicia. While the use of stone for constructions is an old tradition in the Castro culture, dating from the 1st centuries of the 1st millennium BC, sculpture only became usual from the 2nd century BC, specially in the southern half of the territory, associated to the oppida.
Centro Internacional das Artes Jose Guimaraes. Worth a visit as price is included in Over this basis worked a Mediterranean current, bringing filigree, granulate and new type of items considered to be feminine: OpenStreetMap – Google Earth. Each populi or civitas was composed of a number of castellaeach one comprehending one or castrjea hill-forts or oppida, by themselves an autonomous political chiefdom, probably under the direction of a chief and a senate.
Andologensi Greeks Interamici Turmodigi Varduli. More numerous are the votive inscriptions dedicated to the autochthonous CosusBanduaNabiaand Reue. On the role of agency, memory and identity in the construction culgura space from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Iron Age in Europe.
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A votive sacrificial axe, ornate with torcs. From the beginning of the cuotura millennium, the network appears to collapsepossibly because the Iron Age had outdated the Atlantic tin and bronze products in the Mediterranean region, and cultur large-scale production of metallic items was reduced to the elaboration of axes and tools, which are still found buried in very large quantities all along the European Atlantic coast.
Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. The oppida’s dwelling areas are frequently externally walled, and kitchens, sheds, granaries, workshops and living rooms are ordered around an inner paved yard, sometimes equipped with fountains, drains and reservoirs.
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