Book Review: Armies of Celtic Europe 700BC - 106AD


08 April 2020
By Gabriele Esposito

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Here’s another in the ancient army series from Armourer regular, Gabriele Esposito, this time tackling the world of the Celts. Despite consisting of many tribes spread across Europe, they were bound by the same customs and a common way of life. A goodly portion therefore, of the book is the history of the Celts and how their tribes ebbed and flowed. It includes battles here and there, mixed in with tactics, but it’s all done in a more lively fashion than you might be expecting. The production quality is first rate, with colour photos of Living History enthusiasts showcasing outfits and weapons, throughout. 

• Pen and Sword
• ISBN 978-1-5267-3033-6
• 178 pages • Hardback • £19.99

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Reviewed in The Armourer April 2020 issue

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