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Hispania Citerior

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Collection: 197 Bc Establishments in Spain, 1St-Century Bc Disestablishments in Europe, 1St-Century Bc Disestablishments in the Roman Empire, 1St-Millennium Bc Disestablishments in Spain, 27 Bc Disestablishments in Spain, 27 Bc in Spain, 2Nd-Century Bc Establishments in Europe, 2Nd-Century Bc Establishments in the Roman Republic, Ancient Roman Provinces, Hispania, Roman and Pre-Roman Hispania, Roman Provinces in Hispania, States and Territories Disestablished in the 1St Century Bc, States and Territories Established in 197 Bc, States and Territories Established in the 2Nd Century Bc
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Hispania Citerior

Hispania Citerior
Roman province
Hispania Citerior in 197 BC (in orange)[<i></i>]
Hispania Citerior in 197 BC (in orange)
Coordinates:
Country Roman Republic
Established 197 BC
Disestablished 27 BC
Seat Tarraco

Hispania Citerior ("Nearer Hispania") was a region of Hispania during the Roman Republic, roughly occupying the northeastern coast and the Ebro Valley of what is now Spain. Hispania Ulterior ("Further Hispania") was located west of Hispania Citerior—that is, farther away from Rome.

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  • Detailed map of the Pre-Roman Peoples of Iberia (around 200 BC)
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