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  Tartessos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tartessos (also Tartessus) was a harbor city on the south coast of the Iberian peninsula (in modern Andalusia, Spain), at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river.
Tartessos at least dates from 1000 BC, about the time when the Phoenicians made contact with the city.
Both Atlantis and Tartessos are believed to have been advanced societies who collapsed when their cities were lost beneath the waves.
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Tartessos (also Tartessus) was a harbor city on the south coast of Spain, at the mouth of the Guadalquivir.
Tin was a much-wanted product in those days, as it was necessary for the production of bronze, and the people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gades (current-day Cádiz).
In the Bible, Tartessos is known under the name of Tarshish.
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 Read about Tartessos at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Tartessos and learn about Tartessos here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Tartessos (also Tartessus) was a harbor city on the south coast of
The site of Tartessos is lost and buried in the shifting wetlands that have replaced former estuaries behind dunes at the modern single mouth of the Guadalquivir, where the river delta has gradually been blocked off by a huge sandbar that stretches from the mouth of the Rio Tinto, near
The Tartessian society had a hierarchy more developed than its predecessors, and Tartessos has been touted as a very good candidate for Atlantis.
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Tin was a much-wanted product in those days, as it was necessary for the production of bronze, and the people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gades (current-day Cadiz).
One theory is that the city had been destroyed by the Carthaginians who wanted to take over the Tartessans' trading routes.
Although several finds have been made in southern Spain that are ascribed to the Tartessan culture, the city itself has not been recovered by archeologists.
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Tartessos was in all sources an important business center rich of ore in the south of the iberian peninsula.
Historians suppose by this legend, that Tartessos was at the beginning a theocratic monarchy as other states of the beginning.
As most famous ruler of Tartessos is regarded the nearly historical vouched Arganthonios to whom Herodot awards a long life of 120 years and a period of rule of 80 years.
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 TARTESSOS FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The name "Carpia" possibly survives as El Carpio, a site in a bend of the Guadalquivir, but the origin of its name has been associated with its imposing oldest feature, a Moorish tower erected in 1325 by the engineer responsible for the alcázar of Seville.
The site of Tartessos has been lost—buried under the shifting wetlands that have replaced former estuaries behind dunes at the modern single mouth of the Guadalquivir, where the river delta has gradually been blocked off by a huge sandbar that stretches from the mouth of the Rio Tinto, near Palos_de_la_Frontera, to the riverbank opposite Sanlúcar_de_Barrameda.
The enigmatic Lady_of_Elx, a high artistic quality, ancient bust of a woman found in southeastern Spain, has been tied with both Atlantis and Tartessos since the statue displays the dress of unrecognized culture, that presumably developed great artistic skill to have produced such a work.
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 Spain Tartessos ||ATLANTIS - The cradle of mankind
In the south of Spain the city of Cadiz is located which was called Gades in 300 BC and, prior to that time, Gadeira (the city was part of the powerful commercial empire of the Phoenicians).
The Greek and Egyptian people had flourishing trade relations with Tartessos, the ancient seaport and commercial centre on the southern west coast of Spain, a city that is definitely lost as we know today.
Tartessos was an island situated in the mouth of Guadalquivir River (beyond the Pillars of Hercules)
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 Tartessos biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
After all, the Phonecians built Gades for the sole purpose of trading with Tartessos.
The discovery includes a very simple reason for Tartessos' dissapearance from history as well, as the region was flooded between 800 and 500 BC, precisely when Tartessos ceased being mentioned in historical texts.
The nomadic people called Tarish claim descent from the people of Tartessos.
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Rich in mineral deposits Tartessos is said to have been captured by the Carthaginians in 533 BC who subsequently isolated it from the rest of the world.
She wrote: ‘My theory to sum it up concisely is that Plato’s story is corroborated from first to last by what we find here, even the Atlantean name of its son Gadir who inherited that part of Poseidon’s kingdom beyond the Pillars of Hercules and ruled at Gades (Cadiz) See map.
What is thought to be an excellent example of the written language is the inscription on a ring found in a Spanish fishing village near Tartessos...Whether or not this proves the existence of Atlantis it does seem to establish the existence of a little known Western Mediterranean civilisation of a very early period.
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 Tartessos not Rome. - Page 3 - AlternateHistory.com Discussion Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
558-540 BC Tartessos grow to control the Iberia Peninsula south of the Duero and Ebro Rivers, except for the Greek Colonies on the west coast.
The tribes that allied themselves with Tartessos are in the darker green, while the unaligned tribes are in the aquamarine area.
Tartessos was a liberial culture with trading ties along the Westren coast of Europe and up into Britian.
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And yet apart from the mines of Rio Tinto which have been producing copper and silver and gold for 5000 years - the oldest mines in the world still to be in production - there is no evidence of this wealth nor what it bought or built.
And it is almost certain that the Minoans traded in Tartessan Bronze for over 2000 years, supplying the Sumerians and the Ancient Egyptians and indeed the whole of the Mediterranean basin and beyond.
In historical times the Romans made them the main source for financing the construction and expansion of the Empire and that in turn made Merida the nearest town to the mines, the tenth largest city of the Roman Empire, and Julius Caesar tapped their wealth to make good his claim to become Emperor.
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 Tartessos - History Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
New findings near Cadiz in Spain were popularized in the media lately, though it lost a lot of its impact with historians because it was billed as "Atlantis".
This is unfortunate because it is almost certainly the city of Tartessos, which disappeared from history 2500 years ago.
Plato's Atlantis was a legendary lost city in his own time, and Tartessos "washed beneath the waves" in the lifetime of his grandfather.
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 Tartessos not Rome. - AlternateHistory.com Discussion Board
Tartessos seems to be a likely canidate for an alternate Ancient Empire.
In the west Tartessos keeps its power and uses major trade to envoke infulence over the Iberian Penisula, the Coast of France, Northren Africa and over Britian, land of tin.
Thwìere's a very serious theory by a Sardinian scholar, Sergio Frau, that his island could be the real homeland of the Tartessos civilization - in that tartessos would have been actually the city of Tharros (ruins some twenty kms west of Oristano).
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 Tartessos, mystery or not
The Tartessos question or "mystery" is always fascinating to discuss here.
It's work it's a geographical description of the sea coast from Britannia until Euxin, in the Black Sea, around 530 a.
He gaves us interesting informations about Tartessos kingdom but also full controversy.
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