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Iberian refers to Iberia, which has two basic meanings, the disused of Caucasian Iberia (corresponding roughly to modern-day Georgia and still used on Greece's Holy Mountain) and the modern sense of someone or something originating in the Iberian Peninsula, namely from Portugal and Spain. It may refer to:

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Iberian Peninsula

Ibero-America

  • Ibero-America, a term since the second half of the 19th century to refer collectively to the countries in the Americas that are of Spanish and Portuguese origin
  • Organization of Ibero-American States, an intergovernmental organization, comprising the Portuguese- and Spanish-speaking nations of the Americas and Europe, plus Equatorial Guinea in Africa.

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Caucasian Iberia

  • Caucasian Iberians, Greco-Roman designation for Georgians
  • Iberian War, fought from 526 to 532 CE between the Eastern Roman Empire and Sassanid Empire over the eastern Georgian kingdom of Iberia

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