The Iron Age British Long Sword, Ancient Roman and Celtic Relations, and the Scottish Dismantling the Roman Antonine Wall

The region of Kent, England is named after the Celtic tribal territory of Cantiaci (pronounced “can-tee-ah-key”). The British longsword of the Iron Age was a weapon coveted all across Europe. Soldiers would continuously search for open targets (eg. back of the legs to cut the tendons etc.) and would continuously swing their weapon around to maintain its momentum and reduce the amount of energy needed to wield it; a far cry from the chopping and stabbing motions seen in popular culture cinema. Wh...

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