Kingdom of Tartessos Spain After Atlantis Centered at Mines of Tharsis Where the Odiel & Rio Tinto Converge


Tartessos was an iron age kingdom in the region of the mineral-rich Sierra Morena mountains of far southwestern Spain, named for the coastal city Tharsis (Huelva) where the Rio Tinto and Odiel rivers nearly are converged, bounding it on two sides, where the Romans thought were two distributaries of one river, not two rivers nearly converging at the coast (which did converge during the Ice Age when the sea level was a few hundred feet lower in the days of Atlantis).