During and after Julius Caesar’s conquest of Gaul the Romans employed Gallic cavalry as auxiliaries. Caesar referred to armoured Gallic cavalry as equites or ‘knights’ in his commentaries on the Gallic War. Gallic cavalrymen also fought for Hannibal’s Carthaginian army.
These Gauls are especially suitable for use as Roman allies and were sculpted by Mark Copplestone as part of our Caesarian Romans range. Check out Rob Baker's range of Gauls for lots more suitable models HERE.
Visit the main Caesarian Romans page for an article on the Birth of the Roman War Machine by Adrian Garbett.
|Roman Command||Unarmoured Legionaries||Armoured Legionaries|
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