History of the mountains

Throughout history have been settling different human groups that have led to the formation of cultural roots based on traditions, customs, crafts and architectures, i.e., those elements that make up the culture of a geographic region.

Therefore, the objective of this chapter is to make an overview of the different historical stages, since the archaeological remains up to the formation of our peoples, following a chronological scheme through the major stages of history, from the Palaeolithic to the modern age.

portada hierro

From 750-725 B.C. the beginning of the Iron Age in Western Europe with the addition of new metal , iron stands . In the Iberian Peninsula findings iron oldest dating from the seventh century - VII BC that trade must be linked to the Phoenician people.…

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portada neolitico

Around the end of the seventh millennium and early sixth security, we assist in the Iberian Peninsula at the beginning of a gradual transformation of economic patterns.…

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During the late Roman period , these lands , like the whole of Hispania , were suffering from the aftermath of the crisis that affected the Western Roman Empire in the third century . This led to a gradual demographic and economic decline of urban life ( with the impoverishment of their social groups ) and a gradual concentration of the population in the field.…

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portada bronce

From 1800 B.C. Bronze Age begins , where technological change that marks its beginning is copper alloy with tin , creating bronze.

As general features of this stage we can say that occurs:…

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portada epipaleolitico

The Mesolithic or Mesolithic is a transition period between the Paleolithic and Neolithic , developed in BC 10.00 and where the lifestyle is similar to the Paleolithic because they are predators groups still rely on hunting as an economic activity.…

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portada romanos

The conquest of the current Toledo territory by the Romans occurs in just 30 years , in the first half of the second century BC…

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portada calcolitico

The beginnings of the metallurgy of copper are in the Iberian Peninsula around the middle of the third millennium BC and its apparent generalization occurs with the so-called culture of " Beaker " , the name given to a bell-shaped ceramic type that always appears accompanied by a series of elements such as the bracelet keeper punching the button in a " V "etc. , found primarily in funerary contexts.…

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portada palolitico

The Paleolithic is the longest period of human history and it occupies 99% of the development of our species . Chronologically it corresponds to the study of cultures that existed in the world since the emergence of the genus Homo , perhaps 2.5 million years ago to the beginning of the Holocene , about 10,000 years ago.…

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