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CIBCommand Input Buffer
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CIBCall Information Block
CIBCompressed Image Base
CIBCapabilities Information Base
CIBConfiguration Investigation Board
CIBCentre d'Innovation en Biologie (French: Center for Innovation in Biology)
CIBController Image Base
CIBCurrent Interest Bond (finance)
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CIBCommander Information Brief
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CIBCorporate Initiative Brief
CIBCurrent Intelligence Briefing
CIBCommon Interface Bus (file transfer method)
CIBCommunications in Business (UK)
CIBCertificate of Indian Blood (US BIA)
CIBCompartmented Information Branch
CIBContinuous Integration Build (software development)
CIBChina International Business (magazine)
CIBCitizens Information Board (Ireland)
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39 Further support comes from the oldest attested Celtic language, namely Celtiberian, where we find tokoitei eni (Botorrita I A 4).
Keywords: Sertorius, Vegetius, Orosius, Late Roman Spain, Barbarian Invasions, Celtiberians, Goths.
2), who were Celtiberians living in the region west of the Roman province of Hispania Citerior.
Based on the collective suicide of the Celtiberian city while under siege by the Romans in 133 B.
Already by the Late republican period Sertorius was able to take the sons of Celtiberian chieftains hostage by setting up a school at Osca (probably modern Huesca, Aragon) ostensibly to teach them Roman customs.
This section is especially timely, following the discovery of a Celtiberian inscription of unprecedented length at Botorrita (near Zaragoza) in October 1992.
Its distribution is concentrated between the Iberian and Celtiberian areas, even if most of the pieces from the Levant.
2007): The prehistoric roots of Celtiberian world, R.
In my 2008 book, The Ambivalence of Imperial Discourse, I dedicate three chapters to the representation and interpretation of historical characters--namely Viriatus, Jugurtha, and Scipio Aemilianus--and the historical events surrounding the final siege and destruction of the Celtiberian city in Cervantes's play.
Seeking a favorable site to continue their investigation of the relationship of nucleated settlements to their landscape in Spain during the crucial transition period of the first millennium BC, a team of archaeologists found La Rioja in the upper reaches of the Ebro Valley, straddling the interface between the Celtiberian heartland of central Iberia and the Atlantic zone of the Bay of Biscay.
Less felicitous is the analysis of fertility imagery within the framework of Celtic mythology and so-called Celtiberian forces.
Due to better outcrop conditions in the Celtiberian Chains (Spain) four sections could be investigated: the La Almunia de Dona Godina section (AL, Fig.