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Whether the Phoenicians and t he In the south-west of the Iberian Carthaginians ever actually worked Peninsula there is a vast pyritic the . The mines under Government control. Salkield, Leonard Unthank.

Whether the Phoenicians and t he In the south-west of the Iberian Carthaginians ever actually worked Peninsula there is a vast pyritic the mines, or were merely traders, is mineral ised zone, known as the not certain, but after 205 BC, when Andevallo, extending from near they defeated th.

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London (Institute of Mining and Metallurgy) 1987, x+114 p. 4 maps. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page

London (Institute of Mining and Metallurgy) 1987, x+114 p. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page. Views captured on Cambridge Core between

of the Rio Tinto Mines: Some Notes on Exploitation from Pre-Phoenician Times to The 1950s.

A Technical History of the Rio Tinto Mines: Some Notes on Exploitation from Pre-Phoenician Times to The 1950s. Whether the Phoenicians and t he In the south-west of the Iberian Carthaginians ever actually worked Peninsula there is a vast pyritic the mines, or were merely traders, is mineral ised zone, known as the not certain, but after 205 BC, when Andevallo, extending from near they defeated the Carthagi nians, the Seville to south of Lisbon, an area Romans brought their. own men skilled some 150 kilometres long and 30 in mining and metallurgy.

by: Harden, Donald B. Published: (1962). The world of the Phoenicians. by: Moscati, Sabatino. The sea traders, by: Edey, Maitland Armstrong, 1910- Published: (1974). a collection of articles translated from Spanish, Published: (2002). Linguistics studies in Phoenician in memory of J. Brian Peckham, Published: (2013).

December 30, 2009 History. some notes on exploitation from pre-Phoenician times to the 1950s. by Leonard Unthank Salkield

December 30, 2009 History. Leonard Unthank Salkield. A technical history of the Rio Tinto mines. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. by Leonard Unthank Salkield. Published 1987 by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in London. Mineralogical Magazine; June 1988 v. 52; no. 366; p. 421-422; DOI: 1. 180/minmag.

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Rio Tinto mines are part of the 230km-Iberian pyrite belt, extending from Aznalcollar near Seville to Aljustrel in. .

Rio Tinto mines are part of the 230km-Iberian pyrite belt, extending from Aznalcollar near Seville to Aljustrel in Portugal. Pyrite is a mineral containing a combination of sulphur with iron and copper, with a metallic lustre which lends it the name "fool's gold". In the period of the Roman Republic (up to 27BC), the state exercised ownership of the mines but let out claims to individuals or small prospector groups. However during the Roman Empire, cartels of bankers took over mining operations.

Whether the Phoenicians and t he In the south-west of the Iberian Carthaginians ever actually worked Peninsula there is a vast pyritic the mines , or were merely traders, is mineral ised zone, known as the not certain , but after 205 BC, when Andevallo, extending from near they defeated the Carthagi nians, the Seville to south of Lisbon, an area Romans brought their own men skilled some 150 kilometres long and 30 in mining and metallurgy. kilometres wide. The Romans occupied most of the The Rio Tinta Mines , which are the Iberian Peninsula for 600 years , largest of this "pyrites belt" , lie until about 425 AD - the most recent in the region known as Andalusia, Roman coins found at Rio Tinto show some 90 kilometres north-west of the head of Honorius who was emperor Seville and 75 kilometres north-east from 395 to 423 AD. Mining must of Huelv8 . They have a very long have declined with the invasion of history, dating back to pre-Iberian Barbarians in the 5th century and the times; then came the Iberians , a race subsequent entr y of the Visigoths who of North African origin (Turdetarian were eventually absorbed into the and Tartessian) , the Phoenicians , the people of Spain. In 711 AD the Carthaginians , the Romans , the Moors, Moors invaded the Peninsula from the Spaniards and the British. It North Africa.