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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_people

Spaniards, or the Spanish people, are a Romance ethnic group that are indigenous to Spain.They share a common Spanish culture, history, ancestry, and language.Within Spain, there are a number of nationalisms and regionalisms, reflecting the country's complex history and diverse culture.Although the official language of Spain is commonly known as "Spanish", it is only one of the natio...

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Genetic history of the Iberian peninsula and the various ethnic groups that have contributed to the modern Spanish and Portuguese gene pool.

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One of the characteristic features of the early history of Spain is the succesive waves of different peoples who spread all over the Peninsula. The first to appear were the Iberians, a Libyan people, who came from the south.

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The history of Spain and its Spanish heritage can fill volumes of books. The Tree Maker has listed some of the highlights for our friends who not only like history, but want to know more about what their ancestors had to go through in their daily lives.

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Learn why most Hispanic people use two last names, plus find meanings and origins for fifty of the most popular Spanish surnames.

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In northern Morocco, a former Spanish protectorate that is also geographically close to Spain, approximately 20,000 people speak Spanish as a second language, while Arabic is the de jure official language. A small number of Moroccan Jews also speak the Sephardic Spanish dialect Haketia (related to the Ladino dialect spoken in Israel

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Other articles where History of Spain is discussed: Spain: Pre-Roman Spain: Human fossils in Spain belong to modern humans (Homo sapiens), the Neanderthals (H. neanderthalensis), and even earlier members of the human lineage, possibly H. erectus or H. heidelbergensis. A large number of bones have been recovered from caves at Atapuerca, Burgos, which come…

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the official language of Spain, Mexico, and most countries of South and Central America except Brazil: also spoken in Africa, the Far East, and elsewhere. It is the native language of approximately 200 million people throughout the world. Spanish is an Indo-European language belonging to the Romance group

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Moor: Moor, in English usage, a Moroccan or, formerly, a member of the Muslim population of what is now Spain and Portugal. Of mixed Arab, Spanish, and Amazigh (Berber) origins, the Moors created the Arab Andalusian civilization and subsequently settled as refugees in North Africa between the 11th and 17th centuries.

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Spanish tennis great Rafael Nadal has won 17 Grand Slam titles, including a record 11 French Open singles titles, and is one of only two men to win all four majors and Olympic gold. (1986 ...