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I make this topic to ask for some help on references and naming for the celtic helmets. So far i have made thise: Updated 11/06/18 : 17 helmets Total. Agen type: Montefortino: Ciumesti Raven: Ciumesti: Berru: Classic Coolus: Coolus: Crested Etruscan: Crested Urnfield: Marne: Port Alessia: Waterloo: References i have for now: Osprey Rome Enemies 2 Unknow source:
The normal celtic formation for melee infantry were the boar head, the units were a shock ram, in the rise of battle are a huge and very powerful enemy "2x power" but when the shock finishes the formation is very weak "½ health&attack". The appereance of this formation is the wedge calvary formation "but for infantry". who gonna enjoy it? * celtic factions * carthaginian "galic sowdman" "but the wek, of this unit is small" "2x at begginig" and 0.75x "after-shock"
i have a metapost with 3 subposts: * "Celtic Post" The celts were very fierce, but poor on techjnology, that means that the only way for the celts could lauch a huge attack is on forest, in open terrain are very very very very weak, we can implemente as there: O means on open terrain such as desert, F means forest, the unit that i talk is B * Britons: O infantry: 4 F Infantry 11 O delamokludda = 10 F delamokludda = 19 O chariot = 23 F chariot = 16 now the gauls: O infantry: 8 F Infantry 9 O solduros = 17 F solduros = 13 why?????: the britons were more "savage" more noise, naked, fierce, indo