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Biggest Christian Cities of Iberia in 1000 with a Map

With the help of a map, can you name the most populous cities of the Iberian Peninsula that were under Christian rule in 1000 AD?
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Population figures are based off this dataset by Dr. E. Buringh.
Sources used for population estimates in the stickied comments.
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Last updated: October 10, 2023
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Population
Cities
18k
Burgos
15k
Legio
(León)
9k
Portucale
(Porto)
6k
Vallatolit
(Valladolid)
5k
Barcinona
(Barcelona)
Population
Cities
5k
Salmantica
(Salamanca)
4k
Aquae Calidae
(Chaves)
4k
Brachara
(Braga)
4k
Gerunda
(Girona)
4k
Palentia
(Palencia)
Population
Cities
4k
Pampilona
(Pamplona)
4k
Semura
(Zamora)
3k
Astorica
(Astorga)
3k
Ponte Vetera
(Pontevedra)
Population
Cities
3k
Sanct Endere
(Santander)
3k
Sanct Iacobus
(Santiago de Compostela)
3k
Taurum
(Toro)
3k
Vicus
(Vic)
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Level 55
Oct 10, 2023
This quiz uses older Iberian-Romance and Vulgar Latin spellings for city names that were contemporary in roughly the same time period. Please do note that these were not standardized spellings and often varied.