The 6 Craziest Things You Didn’t Know About the Ancient Gauls

Who lived in modern-day France.

Romanticized Rendering Of Barbarians. Image by Parker_West from Pixabay

The number one thing you didn’t know about the ancient Gauls is that they did not look like in the picture above. There is little certainty about what they actually looked like because accounts describing them were mostly written by the Greeks and the Romans. And they, much as I have done, exaggerated their…

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