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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.

{ Celtis Galliae Project } - { Arverni & Celtic Tribs v2.0 Released } - Page 3

{ Celtis Galliae Project } - { Arverni & Celtic Tribs v2.0 Released } - Page 3

An Iberian Caetratii soldier with his typical Caetra shield, the origin of his unit's name, and light bronze armor. His sword is an Celtic iron La Tene sword, which the Iberian probably acquired through trade, or though plundering dead bodies after a battle.

An Iberian Caetratii soldier with his typical Caetra shield, the origin of his unit's name, and light bronze armor. His sword is an Celtic iron La Tene sword, which the Iberian probably acquired through trade, or though plundering dead bodies after a battle.

Caballería celta siglos I-II aC - Giuseppe Rava. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Caballería celta siglos I-II aC - Giuseppe Rava. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

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