Ancient British WarriorsAdd to Wish List
There can be few more characterful people than the ancient Britons. With their trademark spikey limed hair, magnificently droopy moustaches and painted with woad battle-markings they were as colourful and they were ferocious. The British, who still favoured the chariots...
Ancient Celts: Female Warriors packAdd to Wish List
Celtic society provided equal opportunities for women - they ruled and they fought alongside the men. Great names such as Boadicea and Cartimandua will long be remembered but there are also many accounts of Celtic women joining raiding parties. The...
Ancient Celts: Fanatic RegimentAdd to Wish List
Wild-eyed and snarling they charge with reckless abandon at the enemy lines. Celt Fanatics are an awe-inspring site - wearing nothing but a shield and a crazed exression they must have instilled fear in even the most hardened warrior.The Celt...
Ancient Britons: Mastiff PackmasterAdd to Wish List
The Ancient Britons not only used Mastiffs for hunting but they also played an important role on the battlefield. Packs of Mastiffs would be unleashed to unsettle the enemy and also to knock horsemen from their saddles so that the Ancient British warriors could despatch them...
Ancient Celts: Chieftain's ChariotAdd to Wish List
Tribalk Chieftain's often took to the battlefield in chariots - especially the British Celts who excelled at chariot warfare.This model, inspired by Osprey Publishing's superb artwork illustrated by the late Angus McBride shows a Chieftain resplendant in the back of...
Ancient Celts: Chariot 2Add to Wish List
There are few more iconic images of the Celt army than squadrons of chariots hurtling across the battlefield harrying the enemy flanks or providing shock tactics to test the mettle of the enemy battleline This chariot encapsulates the consummate skill...