The statues representing warriors are those in the worst state of conservation.
They were sculpted all-round, but the side view is far less developed than the front and back.
The face is triangular in shape and follows the “T” design formed by the nose and brow, surmounting two large round eyes with double engraved circle. The head is protected by a helmet with central ribbing and two horns.
The trunk is long and relatively flat. Their bodies are covered by a tunic reaching just below the groin. On the tunic is a carefully worked vertical panel starting from the waist, decorated on the lower edge by engraved motifs, and ending in thick fringes. The warrior is protected by a pectoral decorated with thick vertical strips in relief.
The main arm of defence is the large round shield held in the left hand, while the right hand holds a long sword resting on the shoulder, a reconstruction made possible by comparison with the bronze figurines. The shield too is depicted in great detail: it has a central boss in relief and chevron motifs, variously combined, recalling geometrical motifs.
The legs have powerful calves and strong thighs, the bare feet are fixed to the base and the toes are shown in detail.