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Ca n’Oliver Iberian Settlement and Museum




Of the wide range of pieces made by the Iberians, one of the most common is the amphora. Inspired by Phoenician and Carthaginian models, this small handled amphora without a neck was intended for trading the main produce yielded in this country: cereals. The fact that so many have appeared, added to the storage capacity of the settlement's silos, denotes Ca n’Oliver's intense trading activities.

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