Julius Caesar & Mark Antony
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Julius Caesar & Mark Antony
Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar (13 July 100BCE – 15 March 44 BCE) - an author of prose, formidable general and politician. His actions brought down the stuttering old Roman Republic leading to the rise of the early Imperial era....
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Caesarians Pullo and Vorenus, Heroes of Rome
Pullo and Vorenus are two names that many of you will be familiar with from the television series Rome. In the series, the two main characters are Centurion Lucius Vorenus and Legionary Titus Pullo. What you may not know is...
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Early Imperial Romans: Ballista
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Early Imperial Romans: Ballista
With the absorption of the Greek states into the Roman Republic in 146BC the highly advanced Greek military technology started to find its way into the Roman military - chief amongst these was the Ballista, a stone-throwing siege engine. After...
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Early Imperial Romans: Onager
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Early Imperial Romans: Onager
Woe betide enemies of Rome who thought themselves safe behind their stockade, earthern rampart or high stone wall.All the fortifications in the world would count for naught when the Roman legions brought up their migty war engines. Chief amongst them...
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Early Imperial Romans: Aquilifer
Clad in his distinctive lion pelt the Aquilifer was one of the most trusted men in the legion and a doughty fighter to boot. The eagle was the very symbol of the invincibility of Rome and to lose one bought...
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Early Imperial Romans: Sentries
This pack contains: 4 Sentries 4 shields and four metal heads
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King Juba I of Numidia
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King Juba I of Numidia
King Juba of Numidia owed his position and the power that came with it to the great Roman general Pompey. After all, it was Pompey who came from Rome to reinstate Juba’s father King Hiempsal II in 81BC. Juba also...
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Command
Auxiliary troops fought in line much like their legionary counterparts and were not, as is fashionable to suggest, lesser quality troops - in fact they were the equal of the legionary in training, drill and combat capability. Recruited initially from...
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Early Imperial Romans: Marching Legionaries Contubernium pack
In an attempt to reduce the baggage train following Legions on the march the General Marius decreed trhat Legionaries would be responsible for carrying much of their own equipment. Equipping them with yokes they quickly became known as Marius' Mules....
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Early Imperial Romans: Officers
The perfect complement to your army of plastic and metal Legionaries, Auxiliaries and war machines, these two finely-detailed miniatures will sit proudly behind your battleline directing your troops to victory! There was little discernable difference between the equipment of a...
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Vercingetorix, Gallic Celt Chieftain
A politician, war leader and chieftain of the Arverni, at the battle of Gergovia Vercingetorix led a decisive win against the much feared ranks of the Roman Legions, forcing Caesar to withdraw from the field. Astute and cunning, he formed...
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Imperial Roman casualties
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Imperial Roman casualties
Making the ultimate sacrifice for Rome, these unfortunate Legionaries and Auxiliaries aren’t in a good way! An ideal addition to your scenic bases and to add an extra level of character to your battlefield This set contains a random selection...
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Ancient Celts: Civilians
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Ancient Celts: Civilians
This pack contains a Celt woman, 3 Celt children and a dog. Note: Model supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Early Imperial Romans: Cart
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Early Imperial Romans: Cart
Adding extra flavour to your Roman force as well as providing an objective for scenarios this cart is an ideal addition to any Roman players collection. Contains: One Roman Cart with spoked wheels 2 Mules One Celtic slave leading the...
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Early Imperial Romans: Primus Pilus
The Legion’s first cohort was, at 800 men, larger than the others and led by the primus pilus – a career soldier and advisor to the legate himself. He was the Legion's senior Centurion and outranked by only a handful...
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Ariovistus, Germanic Chieftan
Leader of the Suebi, Ariovistus led a confederation of Germanic tribes to Gaul aiding allied tribes of the Arverni against the Aedui. Their success was upturned by the arrival of Julius Caesar and the battle of Vosges. All the detail...
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Early Imperial Romans: Marines Contubernium
. The Romans fielded all manner of specialist troops over their extensive empire, many who’s roles are still to be seen today in existing armies. Here we present the Marines, who fought all over the known world as detachments on...
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Early Imperial Romans: Standing Battleline
Perfect for the rear ranks of your Roman units or just to mix in with regular , this pack provides you with eight standing Legionaries. With multiple army options they can be equipped with slings or with Gladius and Pilum.Contains...
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Ancient Celts: Druids
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Ancient Celts: Druids
A combination of priest, healer, scholar and spiritualist, the Druids inspired loyalty and great feats of arms in their Celtic charges. The Romans hated and feared the Druids in equal measure, singling the Druids out as public enemy number one...
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Ancient Celts: Chieftain's Chariot
Tribalk Chieftain's often took to the battlefield in chariots - especially the British Celts who excelled at chariot warfare.This model, inspired by Osprey Publishing's superb artwork illustrated by the late Angus McBride shows a Chieftain resplendant in the back of...
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Ancient Celts: Army Standard Bearer
Despite their ferocious and barbaric appearance Celts, like all troops, fought under tribal banners and standards - two examples of which you get in the plastic Celtic Warriors boxed set. For your army standard bearer you'll want something even more...
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Early Imperial Romans: Civilians
It wasn't all coming, seeing and conquering - there were a few civilians in Imperial Rome as well. Warlord presents a selection of Plebs for your amusement, for adding character to dioramas or representing those stragglers that couldn't get off...
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Early Imperial Romans: Camel Riders
Dromedarii were camel riding auxiliary forces recruited in the eastern, desert, provinces of the Roman empire. The best-known unit was the "ala I ulpia dromedariorum milliaria" (The Ulpian Wing of Camel-riders, One Thousand strong), raised by the Emperor Trajan and...
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Ancient Celts: Celt Casualties
Not to be outdone, having pitted their individual warrior prowess against their foes and been found wanting, these dead and wounded Celts will make a great addition to the bases of your Celt army. Of course, they’ll also do very...
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Numidian Light Cavalry
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Numidian Light Cavalry
Numidian cavalry with steel javelins and cowhide buckler. Amongst the finest horsemen of the age these superb riders fought both with and against the Romans. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Spanish Caetrati light infantry
The caetra, describes the small round shield of the skirmisher as opposed to the heavier and longer scutum of the main battle line warriors. In truth, however, the difference wasn't so defined. The Spanish excelled in guerilla tactics, using the...
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Caesarian Roman Casualties
€13,50
Caesarian Roman Casualties
Pack contains 12 random metal casualty foot figuresNote: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Germanic archers
€16,00
Germanic archers
Pack contains 8 metal foot figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Ancient Britons: Mastiff Packmaster
The Ancient Britons not only used Mastiffs for hunting but they also played an important role on the battlefield. Packs of Mastiffs would be unleashed to unsettle the enemy and also to knock horsemen from their saddles so that the...
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Early Imperial Romans: Legionary Command
With any self-respecting Roman general fielding multiple units of legionaries it's only natural we provide even more variety to the command models in the plastic boxed set. These highly detailed models represent a highly decorated centurion with vinestick under arm...
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