Nick Jarboe
 This
was when the Iberians crossed over
from Africa through the Mediterranean
Sea and began to make it “Home”.
 This time was a time when many pottery
and metalworking techniques developed
as well as farming.
 The Iberians were from northern Africa
 The
Celts settled in northwestern part of
Spain after traveling over the Pyrenees
Mountains from Europe.
 They brought livestock and many
farming techniques.
Green =Iberians
Baby Blue =Celt territory
 The
Phoenicians crossed the
Mediterranean Sea as well, but from the
east side, Syria
 Canaanites are the original names for the
Phoenicians, the Greeks gave them their
new name. (Biblical Truth)
 The
Phoenicians as well as Greeks were
introduced to many Spanish foods and
ideas, bringing them back to Syria and
other surrounding areas.
 Fish, salt, and minerals were some of
these items.
 Spain was introduced to many foods as
well including olives and grapes.
 The
Greeks influenced the language of
the Phoenicians
 The shipbuilding and navigation of
Greeks were influenced by Phoenician
 Phoenicians taught the Greeks to sail by
the north star.
 In
575 B.C. the Phoenicians fell to
Alexander the Great and his conquest to
gain Tyre.
 The
Roman Empire occupied the Iberian
Peninsula at around the 2nd century B.C.
 They used the peninsula as a “Supply
Country” giving soldiers metal, olive oil,
and a lot of food.
 The Romans also built many roads to
make easier transport for soldiers and
 They
Emerged in around 500 B.C. to soon
fall in 19 B.C. to the Romans
 Celts married native Iberians to form
 The Celts were the war people and not
any good at metal working or weaponry.
 Iberians were awesome at metal working
but very peaceful and had no desire to

spanish history timeline-Nick J