CELTS AND IBERIANS
In the first millennium A.D., it says, more or less 3000 years, two villages the Iberians and the Celts lived in the Iberian Peninsula.
They lived in walled villages on hills, their houses were called “castros”. They were circular and they were distributed the way they wanted. They built their houses with rock, adobe and they had hut.
They organized in tribes and they supplied between them and they trade by the Exchange. They dedicate a little to the crops. They as well worked very well the metals but they didn’t know how to write and they didn’t had money.
They lived in walled villages on hills. The houses were rectangular and to live doing streets. They built it with rock, adobe, wood and hut
The iberians organized in tribes and they were gobernated by a leader. The most were agricultures and herders and some were good farmers. They made swords of iron and containers of pottery and cloth of wool and linen.
They traded with other villages and they had their own coins.
They also knew how to write.