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Celtic nobleman, note the chainmail armor with doubled shoulder cape, a typically Celtic style. Note also the shield blazon with checkerboard and wagon wheel motifs.

Celtic nobleman, note the chainmail armor with doubled shoulder cape, a typically Celtic style. Note also the shield blazon with checkerboard and wagon wheel motifs.

Late republican legionary armed with oval scutum, crude Montefortino helmet, mail shirt, two pila and sword

Late republican legionary armed with oval scutum, crude Montefortino helmet, mail shirt, two pila and sword

Unique among the territories of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century, Britain succeeded in holding back and even reversing the tide of Germanic conquest for nearly two centuries. This was an age of heroes... It was the Age of Arthur!

Unique among the territories of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century, Britain succeeded in holding back and even reversing the tide of Germanic conquest for nearly two centuries. This was an age of heroes... It was the Age of Arthur!

Gallic noble, mid 1st century. His weaponry is of mixed periods, with the latest…

Gallic noble, mid 1st century. His weaponry is of mixed periods, with the latest…

A Gallic warrior around 50 BC. He is certainly the type of warrior who would have challenged Caesar's legions. The weapons surrounding him show the high level of Celtic expertise in iron work.

A Gallic warrior around 50 BC. He is certainly the type of warrior who would have challenged Caesar's legions. The weapons surrounding him show the high level of Celtic expertise in iron work.

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