Enslaved Gaul, Arch of Glanum
A detail of the triumphal arch at Glanum, southern France, showing an enslaved Gaul. The monument was built in the early...
Epona was a Celtic goddess. Her name contains an allusion to the horse: in Celtic, "epos" means “horse&rdquo...
A marble statue of a fighting Gaul. Found in Delos. 100 BCE. (National Archaeological Museum, Athens)
An artist's impression of Gallic warriors celebrating victory.
An artist's impression of how Gallic warriors may have looked in battle.
This artistic 3D scene shows how fighting between the Roman and the Gauls may have looked during Julius Caesar's campaigns...
Glanum, located near St-Rémy-de-Provence in southern France, was a Greek and then Roman town which prospered...
Lutetia Parisiorum was the capital of the Parisii, a tribe in ancient Gaul. The Parisii were a tribe on the Middle Seine...
Map of Gaul
A map of Gaul indicating the local tribes, regions, and cities, circa 54 BCE.
Map of the Frankish Kingdoms AD 481-511
With the accession of Clovis, son of Childeric I of the Salian Franks, the Germanic occupiers of north-eastern Gaul...