The History And Cultural Ideas Of The Spanish Before The Romans

2052 Words Mar 13th, 2016 9 Pages
Rome into Spain Due the vast nature of my subject regarding the Romanization of Hispania, There will be an attempt to divide the sections into smaller, more focused, pieces of sections so that the information can reflect the theme of the paper, Intimacy on the Frontier, and will remain the overall subject behind the paper. The first half of this historiography will demonstrate the Spanish perspective from the moment Rome claimed the territory as an provinciae, or provenance. The beginning of that section will discuss the history and cultural ideas of the Spanish before the Romans, then it will be discussed the assimilation into the Roman culture. Now Leonard A, Curchin himself decided to divide the two cultures between the Iberians and Tartesos. Iberians are stuck the the East Coast and the Tartesos to the Southern Coast. The same shall be done with this paper, seeing as the Southern coast had more influence with Roman culture. The second half of this paper will demonstrate a Roman perspective. The Romans will get the same treatment as the Spaniards, except it will look on the motive behind the decision to assimilate the Spanish. However considering the age of my subject, the scarce documentation, and overall perspective of the era, it will be considerably harder to demonstrate a more intimate perspective of the common Spanish man or even the common Roman man. That doe not mean there will be no intimate perspectives, just a lack of them. The intimacy between these two…

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