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roi gaulois
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It combines in itself multiple images and is in constant contact with the divine Rudiobos horse which is seen throughout the image on most currencies (whose name was found on a statuary bronze), the core of a ghost who reincarnates, three animals of the dark it all together and therefore to finish the final form of the centaur fight. Certainly the incarnation, the divine part of which is represented tricéphale Lug.


The hippocampus, which is also found on the coins in a stylized form that recalls the sea horse but also the shape of a dragon smoking in an aquatic environment.


Almost all currencies has the sacred horse Rudiobos in combat action, racing and even with wings or other sacred, never immobile posture animals. Flames surrounding its advanced, as well as deep scars. It is a horse of fire and fight. It is also called rudos "red."


Some of these specie has graphics of a being that looks stolen in vultueux above Rudiobos air like a ghost, the horse takes the shape of the head phantom in other currencies celui- it seeming to fly in holding what looks like a crown, clover, symbol of kings before the lily is very present. Other pieces show a centaur fighter.


Some researchers are still wondering what it means to the maxim: "Let me be ridden" (marcosior maternia), found in some sites, set in stone. Some are comparing the Gallic fire horse invests reincarnated soul of a king or a god.


The name on these currencies exchange and still belongs to a king who issued them, were there several god-king in Gaul, where a single well can be invested in both of this title through all the Gauls? By the almighty king of all the Gallic tribes and all other kings. Should be able to date precisely the coins found for it. Corroborerai prove this fact the idea that the legend of Arthur Leo we come from the earliest times of our Gallic and French civilization. A king of kings.


From there, and knowing that the Gauls had the belief in life after death, and the idea that some beings can become gods, and in this case especially the powerful kings. I think I can say that these scenes describe reincarnation ghosts of past reigns, by the possession of the Fire Horse, a new body, becoming centaurs, god-kings on earth half-man, half gods, half horse. The famous winged helmet was assigned to head divinifié, an exception must accompany armor.


Vercingetorix had taken the lead of all the Gallic tribes but there existed a special armor dedicated to the god-kings, I do not think that he went to Caesar when he surrendered. Parts such as a sword and a wreath were found in different places and bring any brand of divine horse ..........


There is a sculpture of a three-headed god, which we do not know the name and function so far is the representation of the two parts of human evolution that tend to divine where the animal.


The legend of King Morvan in Britain as well as the four brothers Hémon riders who accumulate the adventures to avenge the insult to their father are very old legend in direct relationship with the centaur. The horse is always associated with the divine part of it.


The ancient Greek writers spoke of countries invaded by hordes of centaurs, specifically, the Gauls invaded what is now Asia Minor, today's Turkey, in 300 BCE, where they founded Galatia.



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The Gallic warrior was completely in belonging to the head, dedicated to death but also after. If a leader was killed, all his men went to their deaths to follow. Some battles attest to the execution of this moral obligation. We also know that some Gallic did not hesitate to throw in the great fire that incinerated the head. This clearly indicates the deification of the God-King.




All Gallic men, women, children and elderly were a warlike education, as in Sparta Greek.


A particular feature of the Gallic tribes is that we do fall on his knees before anyone is considered a weakness and an insult.





When Vercingetorix knelt before Caesar after seven years of detention, he gave him his weakness, not his support, this is why Caesar slew on hand to make him pay for the public insult.