The Gallic warrior belonged to a clan governed by a chieftain; his armor was rudimentary and he often fought bare-chested.
A long wooden pole with a pointed steel head.
Wooden piece of armor carried on the arm to protect against enemy blows.
Full pants that were characteristic of Gallic attire; they were pulled in at the waist with a belt and tied at the ankle with straps.
Protective metal headpiece decorated with depictions of animals, horns or bird wings.