By Peter Wilcox
In 390 BC, a Gallic military marched on Rome. A convinced Roman military of approximately 15,000 males that was once despatched to bar the best way, was once destroyed. 3 days after the conflict of Allia, the Gauls entered Rome, a lot of which they burned, and demanded an enormous bounty of gold to depart town. through the weighing strategy, Brennus, the Gallic chief, is expounded to have thrown his sword directly to the scales with the phrases 'Vae victis' - 'Woe to the defeated'. A sentiment the Gauls have been quickly to adventure first hand. This attention-grabbing paintings by means of Peter Wilcox explores the heritage, costume and gear of Rome's Celtic enemies.
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