Thracian Warrior with a phyrigian helmet, a shield ( thureos ), and a pair of greaves. His weapons are a bundle of javelins, which upon charging, were thrown before the warriors switched to their secondary weapons - in this case the dangerous Rhomphaia.
Iberian warrior showing the falcata drawn and ready for use. The blade was curved with a broad mid section that tapered to a point. It was made for brutal slashing and could easily decapitate or take a limb of an opponent.