Iberian


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a native or inhabitant of Iberia in the Caucasus

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a native or inhabitant of the Iberian Peninsula (especially in ancient times)

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Starting about 6,000 years ago, Olalde and his colleagues found, hunter-gatherer ancestry in Iberian farmers actually increased to 20 per cent.
By comparing the genomes of Iberians and other early humans to analyze the presence of diseases in them, scientists concluded that an epidemic possibly sprung up in large establishments near the steppes and over trade routes.
This is the conclusion of a research study led by Universitat AutEaAnoma de Barcelona, and the University of Barcelona, which provides new data to describe and understand the presence of dogs in sacred and funerary spaces of the middle Neolithic in the Iberian Peninsula, and gets an insight on the relation between humans and these animals.
Next up was bunchones - tasty fried white fish along with some dry, but lovely, Iberian ham croquettes.
j co B seafo Cathedral Bursting with seafood, Iberian ham and red wine, we headed to the Plaza de la Constitucion to do some people-watching.
The scorching weather, which will effect well over a million Brits living and holidaying on the Iberian peninsula, could range between 40C (104F) and 48C (118F) and above in the coming days.
However, due to the heavy demand and the traditional curing process the meat must undergo, from 24 to 36 months, the first batch of the highest quality Iberian ham was just imported into Taiwan in late February.
Redevco Iberian Ventures, the joint venture between real estate funds managed by global alternative asset manager Ares Management and pan-European retail real estate investment management company Redevco, has acquired more than 70% of the gross leasable area in the Parque Corredor Shopping Center, one of the largest retail centers in Madrid.
These could have given rise to a so far unrecognised secondary funerary tradition which under the right conditions--namely the generalized spread of this rite in the Southern Iberian Peninsula --became dominant during the Late Iron Age.
This MoU establishes the key parameters for the creation of an Iberian Sports Retail Group that will have as shareholders the JD Group, Sonae and the family shareholders of JD Sprinter, with shareholdings of approximately 50%, 30% and 20%, respectively.
However, the diversity dynamics and the stratigraphical distribution of this group in the Ibero-Levantine Sector of the Iberian Range require more accurate analysis due to the patchy distribution of the outcrops.
Primero, dialogar con dos publicaciones de 2013 que siguen insistiendo en que se mapeen las particularidades teoricas de este campo de estudios; se trata de los volumenes Looking at Iberia: A Comparative European Perspective co-editado por Santiago Perez Isasi y Angela Fernandes e Iberian Modalities.
The bleak, Alburnus alburnus, is an invasive fish in the Iberian Peninsula, where this species mainly disturbs the highly endemic fauna via competition and aggression.
To the Editor: In this investigation, we found evidence for the apparent effects that a new variant of the rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) is having on native wild European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) populations on the Iberian Peninsula, and how this virus could threaten the conservation of endangered predators.