Language and writing

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Iberians spoke a pre-Indo-European language unknown to us which cannot be translated. Their writing signs, of Semitic origin, worked as syllables, consonants and vowels.
Latin is an Indo-European language that was introduced in the Iberian Peninsula with the arrival of the Romans. The Latin writing system, using only consonants and vowels is more advanced than the Iberian one.
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