Tuvalite Nation

See Ezekiel 38:2, 27:13. The Talmud (Yoma 10a) refers to it as Beth-unyaki, which is the Talmudic term usually identified with Bithynia (Targum Yonathan; Targum on 1 Chronicles 1:5; Yerushalmi, Megillah 1:9) in an area to the east of the Bospherus (Yov'loth 9:11). Josephus, however, says that the Tuvalites were the Ibers and this is why the Spanish refer to themselves as cen-tuvales (gentualla), literally 'people of Tuval' (Abarbanel).. Some say that the people of the Iberian Peninsula the original Spaniards are an Iberian people associated with the Everite Nation who lived to the east of the Black Sea (otherwise associated with Heber, descendant of Magog).