Numantia

a Celtiberian town (now Garray), near modern Soria in Spain on the upper Douro (Duero) River. Founded on the site of earlier settlements by Iberians ... [3 related articles]
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Numantia

a city in Spain that fought back many different attempt to conquer it; in 133 BCE, the city fell to Scipio Aemilianus.
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Numantia

Fortified Celtiberian city on the upper Douro in Spain, near modern Soria. For over 60 years (195-133 BC) it was the centre of successful Spanish resistance to the Romans, but was finally taken by...
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Numantia

Numantia (nOOmăn'shu) , ancient settlement, Spain, near the Durius (now Douro) River and north of modern Soria. Numantia played a central role in the Celt-Iberian resistance to Roman conquest. Its inhabitants withstood repeated Roman attacks from the time of Cato the Elder's campaign (195 ...
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