By Stephen Allen, Wayne Reynolds
Within the 1st century BC, Strabo wrote of the Celts: ‘The entire race... is madly keen on struggle, high-spirited and fast to battle... and on no matter what pretext you stir them up, you have them able to face probability, whether they've got not anything on their part yet their very own power and courage’. This e-book offers an perception into the lifetime of the Celtic warrior, and his event of conflict – taking walks, on horseback, and as a charioteer. It additionally info Celtic society and experiences the important ritual nature of Celtic struggle, from the bare gaesatae to the woad-painted warriors.
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