Hispania, now known as Spain, subdivided into three provinces.
They afterwards called it Hispaniola, a diminutive of Hispania.
It is said that in the province of Hispania alone (Spain and Portugal) twenty thousand miles of roads were built.
In North America we find only the inscriptions “Hispania maior” and “baccalea.”
Hispania, the ancient name of Spain and Portugal among the Latins.
Quid dignum memorare tuis, Hispania, terris, Vox humana valet!
In quem postquam omnium ora conversa sunt, ad unum omnes Scipionem in Hispania proconsulem esse iusserunt.
Metello iam seni et bellum in Hispania segnius gerenti conlega datus Pompeius adversus Sertorium vario eventu dimicavit.
Saguntum was a celebrated city of Hispania Taraconensis, on the west side of the Iberus, about a mile from the sea-shore.
Thenceforward their land was part of the province Hispania Tarraconensis with some measure of local self-government.