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Rome's Enemies: Spanish Armies, 218-19 B.C. No.4 (Men-at-Arms) [Paperback]

Rafael Trevino , Angus McBride , A. McBride
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'By the name of Iberia, the ancient Greeks designated all the country that extends beyond the River Rhone and the isthmus which comprises the Gaulish gulf; while we today place the borders in the Pyrences, and say that the names "Iberia" and "Hispania" are synonymous. Read the first page
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