Depiction of a hoplite phalanx. Early hoplite phalanx formations were typically 8 deep. The men in the front would charge until they collided with the enemy line and held ground while the lines behind pushed and poked with their spears.
Iberian warriors parade an enemy's head for their chieftain to see and admire. The warriors are well armed with scale and mail armour. The warriors on foot are carrying saunion javelins, an excellent weapon which had the same qualities as the Roman pilum.