It is a complex answer, since all depictions are biased to what you consider the Lusitani to be. Personally I accept the definition from Strabo and Diodorus Siculus to be the most accurate, which is to consider the Lusitani as a Nation of tribes from the Cimbri ( Celts from the Jutland who invaded modern days France and Iberian Peninsula). The issue here is that the Romans were so infuriated by the Lusitani victories that after the assassination of Viriato, they wiped out most of the Lusitani and erased the Lusitani culture and history. Like what the Romans did with Carthage.rgcotl said:OK thanks
and maybe you know how the equipment looked of Lusitanians
has they something specific (like armors and helmet)
at least visualization are for us an important thing and our mission is to show it
DanielValdemart said:Don't forget the carthaginians had a hold on spain. Hannibal had his 50,000 men (mostly mercenaries) in spanish territores and invaded rome through the alps.
Please use the "Modify" buttons instead of double posting. Also try not to point out the most well known things of a faction, should go without saying that we kind of know that stuff already.DanielValdemart said:Also, the romans adopted the spanish "gladius," so they both had the same swords.