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Belgic chariot and horseman attacking Roman legionaries during Caesar's expedition to Britain, 54BCE. Art by Angus McBride

Belgic chariot and horseman attacking Roman legionaries during Caesar's expedition to Britain, 54BCE. Art by Angus McBride

Angus McBride - Guerreros Galos de La Tène - Siglos III-II AC.La Tene period 2nd-3rd C.BC

Angus McBride - Guerreros Galos de La Tène - Siglos III-II AC.La Tene period 2nd-3rd C.BC

"Hispanic warriors, 2nd C. BC", Angus McBride

"Hispanic warriors, 2nd C. BC", Angus McBride

The so called barbarians tribes (by the Romans because they didn't speak latin) were the vandals, alans, sueves and visighodes

The so called barbarians tribes (by the Romans because they didn't speak latin) were the vandals, alans, sueves and visighodes

An Insubres chief around 225 BC. The Insubres and Boii led the confederation of Gallic warriors who fought at the battle of Telemon against the republic of Rome.

An Insubres chief around 225 BC. The Insubres and Boii led the confederation of Gallic warriors who fought at the battle of Telemon against the republic of Rome.

Pictish and British attacks on the Roman Wall constructed by Hadrian were common and ferocious. For most of the time, at least until the fourth century, the attacks were successfully repelled by Roman arms. After imperial troops left Britannia, the Wall was deserted and became a relic, reminding besieged Romano-Britons of more secure times.

Pictish and British attacks on the Roman Wall constructed by Hadrian were common and ferocious. For most of the time, at least until the fourth century, the attacks were successfully repelled by Roman arms. After imperial troops left Britannia, the Wall was deserted and became a relic, reminding besieged Romano-Britons of more secure times.

Etruscans battle Celtic raiders, northern Italy, 5th century BC

Etruscans battle Celtic raiders, northern Italy, 5th century BC

Irish Raiding Party, 5th Century AD by Richard Hook--Men like these were responsible for bringing St. Patrick to Ireland as a young man

Irish Raiding Party, 5th Century AD by Richard Hook--Men like these were responsible for bringing St. Patrick to Ireland as a young man

A Pictish 'schiltron' repels Romano-British cavalry from the Kingdom of Strathclyde 744 AD.

A Pictish 'schiltron' repels Romano-British cavalry from the Kingdom of Strathclyde 744 AD.

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