A model of the Tartessian site of Cancho Roano, Extremadura, Spain

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by Carlos Cabanillas
published on 24 March 2015
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A model of the the best preserved Tartessian site, Cancho Roano, which is near Zalamea de la Serena in Extremadura, Spain. It was established in the late seventh century BCE and later expanded. Its exact purpose is not known but is thought to be religious. It was destroyed, possibly on purpose, during the fourth century BCE. It consists of what appear to be four superimposed levels of occupation; it measures 21 m wide by 20 m in length.

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APA Style

Cabanillas, C. (2015, March 24). A model of the Tartessian site of Cancho Roano, Extremadura, Spain. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3720/a-model-of-the-tartessian-site-of-cancho-roano-ext/

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Cabanillas, Carlos. "A model of the Tartessian site of Cancho Roano, Extremadura, Spain." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified March 24, 2015. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3720/a-model-of-the-tartessian-site-of-cancho-roano-ext/.

MLA Style

Cabanillas, Carlos. "A model of the Tartessian site of Cancho Roano, Extremadura, Spain." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 24 Mar 2015. Web. 01 Aug 2021.