Vida y costumbres de los pueblos ibéricos

Vida y costumbres de los pueblos ibéricos

Book - 2007 | Spanish
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Baker & Taylor
Explores the day-to-day details of ancient civilizations and their time periods, offering insight into daily chores, family structures, and the practice of religion.

Independent Publishing Group
Bringing the everyday lives of everyday people into the spotlight, each one of the titles in this series takes a look at the day-to-day details of ancient civilizations and their time periods. They also offer insight into daily chores, family structures, and the practice of religion. Through these pages, today's readers can see the everyday details that have managed to survive space and time.  
 
Reflejando la vida cotidiana de la gente común, cada uno de los títulos de la colección intenta rescatar las particularidades de los pueblos de la antigüedad y de los períodos históricos que hoy resultan enigmáticos y lejanos. También ofrecen un compendio sobre las tareas diarias, la organización familiar y la práctica de la religión. A través de sus páginas, es posible conocer curiosidades que sobreviven al tiempo y la geografía y llegan hasta nuestros días.


Baker
& Taylor

Introduces the civilization of Spain before the Roman conquest, and discusses the social and political structure, the arts, religion, and economic activities in the kingdom of Tartessos and among the Iberian and Celtiberian tribes.

Publisher: Madrid : Edimat Libros, [2007]
ISBN: 9788497648486
849764848X
Branch Call Number: 936.602 V238v 2007 Espanol
Characteristics: 187 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Pueblos ibéricos

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