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Corocotta, el líder cántabro que se enfrentó a Roma. Guerreros cántabros

Corocotta, el líder cántabro que se enfrentó a Roma. Guerreros cántabros

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

Iberian warriors preparing an ambush, can be seen With caetra and javelins, with Scutum and spears, another with round shield and soliferrum, in the background a rider With his horse lying down. Author Angus McBride for Osprey

La Pintura y la Guerra                                                       …

Roman centurion of the XX legion stationed in Britain. Centurions were in command of about 80 men and were generally unloved.

An Iberian chieftain's son with all his equipment. The chieftains and his sons would get the best equipment, as they were expected to launch themselves right into the enemy force. The bravery of the chieftain was very important to the Iberian tribes.

An Iberian chieftain's son with all his equipment. The chieftains and his sons would get the best equipment, as they were expected to launch themselves right into the enemy force. The bravery of the chieftain was very important to the Iberian tribes.

Sea peoples - The island conspiracy: 'War of the eighth year', 1191-1178 BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Sea peoples - The island conspiracy: 'War of the eighth year', BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

THE DACIANS  alta vrajeala DA c.I.A.  iese ca bang la desh -=fut in cur   campu c.i.a.

THE DACIANS alta vrajeala DA c.I.A. iese ca bang la desh -=fut in cur campu c.i.a.

Iberian light warrior of the Caetratus type. They could skirmish as well as fight at close quarters.

(Pre-Roman Spain) - Iberian light warrior of the Caetratus type. They could skirmish as well as fight at close quarters.

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