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(38) This unique example of Latin endo used as postposition is matched by other Italic languages where a similar syntactic construction with *en underlies the creation of an innovative locative form (Umbrian ocrem 'on the mount' TI 6a, 46; South Picene mefun 'in medial' MC 1; and Oscan hurtin 'in the garden' SA 1, A2).39 Further support comes from the oldest attested Celtic language, namely Celtiberian, where we find tokoitei eni (Botorrita I A 4).
3.2), who were Celtiberians living in the region west of the Roman province of Hispania Citerior.
These include Numancia (the site of the Celtiberian town that was eventually destroyed by the Romans after a lengthy siege and whose story of heroics and sacrifice is of great symbolic importance for Spaniards), an apothecary's shop in Penaranda and other parts of the historic town, and an old monastery now used for the storage of farming implements and machinery.
2001 Assessing ceramic compositional data: A comparison of total reflection x-ray fluorescence and instrumental neutron activation analysis on Late Iron Age Spanish Celtiberian ceramics.
In the contribution of Matthias Gahr, a palaeoecological analysis of Lower Toarcian benthic mollusc and brachiopod faunas from the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal) and the Celtiberian Chains (Spain) is given.
Based on the collective suicide of the Celtiberian city while under siege by the Romans in 133 B.C., the event is historically remote.
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.(11) It is clear that a school of some sort existed at Cordoba at the end of the Republican period as it was here that the eider Seneca received his education, but this institution may well have been reserved for the wealthy settler class of whom Seneca's family were a part.(12)
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.