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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There is a cividade toponym in Bragaa citadel established by Augustus, although there are no archaeological ccastreja apart from an ancient parish name and pre-Roman baths.
I’m Out of the Office. The Castro culture emerged during the first two centuries of the first millennium BCE, in the region extending from the Douro river up to the Minhobut soon expanding north along the coast, and east following the river valleys,  reaching the mountain ranges which separate the Atlantic coast of the Iberian peninsula from the central plateau or meseta. Celtici of Arunda Cempsi Mirobrigenses.
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Not only did the number of settlements grow during this period, but also their size and density. Its worth a visit for a half hour. Review of Museu da Cultura Castreja.
The cities are surrounded by a number of smaller castros, some of which may have been defensive outposts of cities, such as Castro de Laundos, that was probably an outpost of Cividade de Terroso. Votive inscription to Cosus: From the Mondego river up to the Minho riveralong the coastal areas of northern Portugal, during the last two centuries of the second millennium BCE a series of settlements were established in high, well communicated places,  radiating from a core area north of the Mondego, and usually specializing themselves in the production of Atlantic Bronze Age metallurgy: Articles should be accompanied by two abstracts, one in the mother tongue and the second in English, and a maximum of 5 keywords.
Archaeological finds such as ceremonial axes decorated with animal sacrificial scenes, together with the severed head sculptures and the testimonies of classical authors, confirms the ceremonial sacrifice of animals,  and probably including human sacrifice as well, as among Lusitanians and Gauls. Castro style pendant earrings from the “Tesouro Bedoya”, found near Ferrol Galicia. Nabia had double invocation, one male and one female. This image was originally posted to Flickr by JoaoMorales at https: Retrieved 22 December While the archaeological record of the Castro Iron Age show suggests a very egalitarian society, these findings imply the development of a privileged class with better access to prestige items.
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Ramramit Castrejja nakasilpo ditoy Agikarga iti papeles Espesial a pampanid Pakaammo ti panid. No ti papeles ket saan a nabalbaliwan manipud iti kasisigud a kasasaad, adda dagiti sumagmamano a salaysay a catreja a saan cultuar napno a maipakita ti nabaliwan a papeles.
Hallstatt D, dated by means of its fibulae from castrejz BC While the 1st century BCE represents an era of expansion and maturity for the Castro Culture, under Roman influence and with the local economy apparently powered more than hindered by Roman commerce and wars, during the next century the control of Roma became political and military, and for the first time in more than a millennium new unfortified settlements were established in the plains and valleys, at the same time that numerous hill-forts and cities were abandoned.
Votive sacrificial bronze, with a cauldron and a torc, Museo de Pontevedra. Back of a sitting statue Triskelion of the oppidum of Coeliobriga Galicia A ‘severed head’ carving Galicia A fragmentary warrior statue Galicia A selection of motifs and carvings from the oppida region Galicia.
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Map updates are paused. Retrieved 16 July See what travelers are saying: With the exception of the Grovii people, Pomponius Mela stated that all the populi were Celtic and Cosus clutura not worshipped there.
These villages were closely related to the open settlements which characterized the first Bronze Age, frequently established near the valleys and the richer agricultural lands. Times New Roman letters, size 12 with spacing of 1.
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Old reused stone slab, now in exposition in Formigueiros, AmoeiroGalicia. A sculpted stone reused in a 6th-century Suevic church in Dume, Braga Old reused stone slab, now in exposition in Formigueiros, AmoeiroGalicia.
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For being an International Conference, texts and oral communications may be in Portuguese, English or Spanish. OpenStreetMap – Google Earth. Using three main type of tools, ploughssickles and hoestogether with axes for woodcutting, the Castro inhabitants grew a number of cereals: They also bred sheep and goatsfor meat and wool, and pigs for meat. The artificial defences were initially composed of earthen walls, battlements and ditches, which enclosed an inner habitable space.
Ranked 47 of 52 things to do in Guimaraes. During the transition of the Bronze to the Iron Age, from the Douro cutura 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.