If so, they may be Iberian, or what is commonly called celtiberian, a term which I think there is reason for abandoning.
They were two Roman soldiers, an old Carthaginian mariner, and a celtiberian.
A few celtiberian pieces of money bear characters belonging to the Phœnician and Carthaginian alphabets.
"He has been more fortunate than we," replied the celtiberian resignedly.
"Let us choose Euphobias," said Alorcus, with the grave humor of a celtiberian.
His horse's hoofs ploughed into the body of the celtiberian lying on his breast.
In other divisions of the camp the celtiberian infantry was forming with long ladders to attempt the walls on many sides at once.
Perhaps, too, there is a Celtic element,—at least such is the inference from the term celtiberian.
My grandfather was a freedman from Sicily who came to take charge of a pottery and married a celtiberian from the interior.
Britania was probably a land of celtiberian population like Spain, but without such traditions as the Turdetani.