Etymology and pronunciation. The name Catalunya ( Catalonia )—spelled Cathalonia, or Cathalaunia, in Mediaeval Latin—began to be used for the homeland of the ...

The number of measures in the curts and llargs , called the tiratge or "run", is important to the players, and may be indicated before the start of the dance (. a "run" shown as 25x79 indicates 25 measures of curts and 79 measures of llargs ) in order to terminate the tirada correctly with the correct foot, though a method commonly used is to count the measures in the first tirada and not dance until the second has begun.

The Chalcolithic ( Eneolithic ) period developed in Catalonia between 2500 and 1800 BC, with the beginning of the construction of copper objects. The Bronze Age occurred between 1800 and 700 BC. There are few remnants of this era, but there were some known settlements in the low Segre zone. The Bronze Age coincided with the arrival of the Indo-Europeans through the Urnfield Culture , whose successive waves of migration began around 1200 BC, and they were responsible for the creation of the first proto-urban settlements. Around the middle of the 7th century BC, the Iron Age arrived in Catalonia.


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