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Table of Contents

1. Foreword
2. Introduction
3. Celtiberia: One Word with Diverse Meanings
4. The Celtiberian Language
4.1. The Urnfield Culture peoples and the Celtiberian language
4.2. Other suggestions for the origin of the Celtiberian language
4.3. Celtiberian: A non-Celtic Indo-European language?
5. The Formation of the Celtiberian Culture
5.1. The Celtiberians and the Urnfield Culture
5.2. Celtiberians, Atlantic Bronze Age, and the Cogotas culture
5.3. Emphasising the Iberians
5.4. Historical processes as the object of study in the development of Celtiberian peoples
6. The Population
6.1. The castros or villages
6.2. The oppida or cities
7. Celtiberian Migrations
7.1. Celtiberians and Celtic Baeturia
7.2. Celtiberians in Carpetania
7.3. Celtiberians in the north of the Iberian Peninsula and in Aquitania
8. Economy
8.1. Agriculture
8.2. Livestock breeding
8.3. New scholarly strategies for the study of the nutritional diet
8.4. Mining and metallurgy: Iron and silver
8.5. Metrology: weights and measurements
9. Pottery: Images, Codes, and Rituals
9.1. A libation ritual among Celtiberian family groups
10. The Archaeology of Death
10.1.   Cremation necropoli
10.2. Inhumations and the problem of human sacrifices
11. From History to the Present: Celto-mania Reaches the Celtiberians
12. Epilogue
 
Acknowledgements
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