Barbarians Against Rome: Rome's Celtic, Germanic, Spanish and Gallic Enemies

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Osprey History, 2000 - 144 pages
This book combines Men-at-Arms 129- 'Rome's Enemies 1- Germanics and Dacians', Men-at-Arms 158- 'Rome's Enemies 2- Gallic & British Celts' and Men-at-Arms 180- 'Rome's Enemies 4- Spanish Armies 218-19BC'. As Rome's borders increased, a multifarious clash of cultures ensued. Conflict was inevitable; to the victor, new territory and dominion; to the vanquished, humility and subjugation. The Celts, Celtiberians, Gauls, Teutones, Cimbri, and many others all fought without mercy to protect their people, territories and cultures from the Roman onslaught.

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About the author (2000)

Peter Wilcox has written numerous articles on Ancient civilisations, and has also authored numerous Osprey Ancient Warfare titles. Rafael Trevi.o Martinez is a respected author in the field of Ancient History, and has a special interest in the period of classical history in his native Spain.
Angus McBride is one of the world's most respected historical illustrators, and has contributed to more than 70 Osprey titles in the past three decades. He now lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa. Gerry Embleton has been a leading historical illustrator since the early 1970s. Gerry specialises in the medieval period, but has a keen interest in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. An illustrator, and author, of a number of Osprey titles, he now lives in Switzerland.

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