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43 AD role playing game published by Zozer ~ cover art by Jon Hodgson

Galacia Spain home of ancient Celtic people.

Galacia Spain home of ancient Celtic people.

Du Guesclin à la bataille d'Auray - Patrice Pellerin -  La Bretagne racontée aux enfants

Du Guesclin à la bataille d'Auray - Patrice Pellerin - La Bretagne racontée aux enfants

Fenians were founded in 300 bc by Fiachadh the High King of Ireland. While the tales of Arthurian Knights and their code of chivaley clearly belong to the midieval concept of an armed and mounted warrior of nobility or land holding class. With knight-hood only being bestowed by the King. the basis for the "Knights of the Round Table" does have a foundation in Celtic culture. It is argued that the tales of Arthur and his knights have more parralles with Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his Fianna

Fenians were founded in 300 bc by Fiachadh the High King of Ireland. Their code of chivalry belongs to the medieval concept of an armed and mounted warrior of nobility.

Roderic O'Carroll, son of the prince of Ely (c. 1346).

Angus McBride - Galloglass were Scottish Highland mercenary warriors who fought predominately in Ireland. Some did eventually settle there, where many a Scottish surname can still be found today.

Irish Raider, British coast, century AD - art by Richard Hook

Floor plan of Kisimul Castle, Scotland, United Kingdom. 1  Keep 2  Kitchen 3  Tanist House 4  Postern 5  Marion of the Head's Addition 6  Great Hall 7  Watchtower 8  Chapel 9  Gockman's House 10  Courtyard 11  Gate 12  Slipway 13  Creek 14  Breakwater wall 15  Crew's house

Floor plan of Kisimul Castle, Scotland, United Kingdom. 1 Keep 2 Kitchen 3 Tanist House 4 Postern 5 Marion of the Head's Addition 6 Great Hall 7 Watchtower 8 Chapel 9 Gockman's House 10 Courtyard 11 Gate 12 Slipway 13 Creek 14 Breakwater wall 15 Crew's house

A celtic warrioress by MacAulish

The celts fought fanaticaly- Both men and women charged in battle- most of the times naked, while in the pagan celtic times. A celtic warrioress

Iberian chief, 4th-2nd cent. B.C.

Iberian warrior showing the falcata drawn and ready for use. The blade was curved with a broad mid section that tapered to a point. It was made for brutal slashing and could easily decapitate or take a limb of an opponent.

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