Ancient History: Glossary 1
Ancient History: period of History starting with the first written evidences and finishing with the fall of the Roman Empire.
amphitheatre: large roofless building with rows of seats on a slope all round a central area.
aqueduct: bridge or pipe that carries water, especially one that is built higher than the land around it or that goes across a valley.
Basque: a native or inhabitant of the Basque country. The language of the Basque people; not related to any other language.
baths: place where Romans spent their free time going to thermal baths where they kept their bodies clean and where they chatted and took important decisions.
Carthaginians: ancient civilization coming from the city of Carthage in Tunisia.
Castilian: a native or inhabitant of Castile. One of the official languages of Spain, based on the ancient dialect of Castile; nowadays it is known as Spanish.
Catalan: a native or inhabitant of Catalonia in Eastern Spain. The language spoken there.
Celt-Iberians: group originated due to the integration of some Celts with the local Iberians in the Spanish Peninsula.