Prehistoric Tartessian, fortified proto-urban settlement with a harbour at the ancient junction of the Río Guadalete and the Bahía de Cádiz, now a hill in the alluvial land east of the port of Puerto de S. Maria, since the 8th cent. BC obviously with a large proportion of Phoenician settlers and a cultural strongly Oriental profile to match. From the necropolis (de las Cumbres) are tomb inventories typically influenced by the Orient.
D. Ruiz Mata, in: Madrider Mitteil. 27, 1986, 87ff.
Id., C. J. Pérez, El poblado fenicio d…