IBERIANS AND PHOENICIANS. Archaeological and museum reproductions.
“Iberia is the name given to the part that falls on Our Sea (Mediterranean), starting from the columns of Heracles. But the part that falls towards the Great Sea or Outer Sea (Atlantic), has no common name to all of it, because it has only recently been recognised”.
(Polybius, Greek historian of the 2nd century BC who lived for a time in the Iberian Peninsula).
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Lady of Elche. 57 cm800,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Lady of Baza (45x37cm)278,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Golden figure. Sphinx of Higuerones. 11cm59,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Fragment of Iberian relief. Hand holding shield. H:...64,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Phoenician Medal S.I-II ad. (alt:14 cm)45,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Iberian seated Lady (alt: 18 cm)75,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Rider with Spears small. Ex-voto Ibérico (13 x...Read more
Iberian Warrior. (13,5 x 11,5 cm)45,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Iberian rider. Los Villares (Albacete). 21 x 20...110,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Iberian rider. Relief. Osuna (Seville). 16,5 x 16...45,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Iberian Flautist. 14,5 x 9 cm.45,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Breastplate with wolf. 16,5 x 13,5 cm.45,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Iberian Lady Offerer (H: 29cm)76,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Lady with tunic, 5th century BC Bronze. H...83,45€ VAT included Add to basket
Votive cart. Iberian hunting scene. (30 x 28...1.350,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Nude orant woman. Iberian votive offering. 4 x...97,50€ VAT included Add to basket
Warrior of Moixent, Valencia. 5,5 x 2 x...120,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Despeñaperros rider (Jaén). 7 x 2,5 x 8...97,50€ VAT included Add to basket
Tessera hands from Contrebia Belaisca (Botorrita, Zaragoza). Large....94,00€ VAT included Add to basket
Drunken Silenus. Iberian votive offering. Capilla (Badajoz). 8...312,50€ VAT included Add to basket
The Iberians developed their culture in the first millennium B.C., until the entry of the Romans in the 3rd century B.C., being at the crossroads between prehistory and the beginning of history.
In Iberian art we find sculpture and painting strongly influenced by the Tartessian culture, as well as writing derived from Phoenician and Greek writing.
They worked with different materials in sculpture: stone, bronze and terracotta, with great influence from Greek and Phoenician art. The sculptures of religious themes, idols, mythological animals, numerous figures of warriors on horseback and female figures such as the emblematic Lady of Elche or Lady of Baza stand out.
In terms of painting, they mainly used the colour red, ranging from dark red to almost orange and black. The main feature of their paintings were animal figures and plant motifs, and sometimes human figures.