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Se crean villas, donde viven los jefes y desde donde controlan la producción de trigo, cereales, etc. El vino de Cádiz es el único que se comercializa fuera de Hispania, el resto es para uso interno. El aceite, de gran calidad es muy solicitado por los mercados de Roma y por eso se confiscan los campos olivareros a los nativos, y por tanto su producción. En Extremadura, son notorias las piaras de cerdos y en el norte los caballos astures y galaicos.

Se crean villas, donde viven los jefes y desde donde controlan la producción de trigo, cereales, etc. El vino de Cádiz es el único que se comercializa fuera de Hispania, el resto es para uso interno. El aceite, de gran calidad es muy solicitado por los mercados de Roma y por eso se confiscan los campos olivareros a los nativos, y por tanto su producción. En Extremadura, son notorias las piaras de cerdos y en el norte los caballos astures y galaicos.

This is beautiful :') So beautiful...
if i was a rich person i would get a ballroom just like this

This is beautiful :') So beautiful... if i was a rich person i would get a ballroom just like this

View of the Roman Temple of Diana, illuminated at dusk - Merida, Spain    Since I only live 3-4 hours away I should probably get over and see this.

View of the Roman Temple of Diana, illuminated at dusk - Merida, Spain Since I only live 3-4 hours away I should probably get over and see this.

Hammurabi was the first king of the Babylonian Empire, but is best remembered for his 1760BC creation of the first known written set of laws in history. This codex was written on a basalt stele standing nearly 2 meters tall, top by a relief depicting Hammurabi raising his hand to his mouth in respect to the Babylonian God, who is likely to have been Marduk

Hammurabi was the first king of the Babylonian Empire, but is best remembered for his 1760BC creation of the first known written set of laws in history. This codex was written on a basalt stele standing nearly 2 meters tall, top by a relief depicting Hammurabi raising his hand to his mouth in respect to the Babylonian God, who is likely to have been Marduk

The Roman Aquaduct an advanced achievement in building a series of channels to bring water down into the cities from their sources.

Key Information on Roman Architecture and Monuments

The Roman Aquaduct an advanced achievement in building a series of channels to bring water down into the cities from their sources.

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