|Common languages||Latin, various Paleohispanic languages|
|Religion||Traditional indigenous and Roman religion, followed by Christianity|
• AD 98 – AD 117
• AD 117 – AD 138
• AD 379 – AD 395
|Historical era||Classical antiquity|
|5,000,000 or more|
Conquests[change | change source]
Roman conquest[change | change source]
Germanic conquest[change | change source]
There were conflicts between the Chalcedonian natives and the Arian Visigoths. In 589, Recared renounced his Arianism and accepted Chalcedonian Christianity, this created an alliance between the Visigothic monarchy and the native Hispano-Romans.
Umayyad conquest[change | change source]
On April 711, Berber Umayyad governor Tariq ibn Ziyad led around 1,700 soldiers and invaded southern Hispania from North Africa. The North Africans defeated the Visgothic army in the Battle at Guadalete in 712.
Notes[change | change source]
- The name Hispania was also used in the period of Visigothic rule.