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