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A model of the Celtic Settlement of Viladonga, Spain. Photo: KW. According to the available data, some 300 to 500 people are said to have lived in the small fort during its heyday. The site was steadily populated from around 50 BC to 450 AD.

A model of the Celtic Settlement of Viladonga, Spain. According to the available data, some 300 to 500 people are said to have lived in the small fort during its heyday. The site was steadily populated from around 50 BCE to 450 CE.

( - p.mc.n.) Celts

"Celtic warriors at rest, after a long march, before battle"- Imagen

0043 Caracato o Caractacus, King of the Catuvellauni, hijo del rey Cunobelinus, y principal líder de la resistencia contra la invasión romana de Britania

Celtic Warriors, holding ceremonial shields that were never used in actual conflicts.

Celtic warriors. (Copyright:  Zvezda/Karatchuk, artist).

Exploring the Little Known History of Celtic Warriors in Egypt

Guerrero celta

Guerrero celta

"Celt fighting German, Central Europe, circa 100 BC", Angus McBride

"Celt fighting German, Central Europe, circa 100 BC", Angus McBride go German and if you fall you'll reach vallhall

Faires all over California and Arizona, Armor sets military campaign / with friends.

Faires all over California and Arizona, Armor sets military campaign / with friends.

Late Gallic warriors, c.52 BC

Showing century BC Gaulish warriors. These were the men who fought against Caesar's republican army. The cavalry of the Gauls were an elite part of their war-band and played a crucial role during Vercingetorix' campaign ag

Refugees from Gaul around 57 BC ask permission to seek refuge in a British chieftains hill fort in exchange for military service. The refugee warriors would eventually marry into the tribe after serving in the chieftains war-band and possibly farm.

forgotten glories of the great celtic realms artwork by Angus McBride summer festival by Stephen singer from the album celtic journey from the natures harmon.

Roman artillery. Note the blue tunic and subarmalis

A catapult is any siege engine which uses an arm to hurl a projectile. The Roman version was called an onager. Projectiles included both arrows and (later) stones.

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