Imperial Roman Starter Army boxed set
The perfect way to start your Imperial Roman army or add additional units of the bravest Soldiers to your army. The Starter Army includes the following: 60 Imperial Roman Legionaries 20 Praetorian Guard 20 Veterans 24 Auxiliaries (command not included)...
£75.00
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The Roman Invasion of Britain
In 43 AD the Roman army landed on the south coast of a small island called Britain seeking to add this latest territory to Emperor Claudius’ vast empire – an empire that already spanned much of the known world. The...
£70.00
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Hail Caesar - Conquest of Gaul starter set German
Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. The Conquest of Gaul starter set gives...
£70.00
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Imperial Roman Starter Army Expansion Set
Set contains: Early Imperial Romans: Officers 2 x Imperial Romans: Plastic Scorpion Early Imperial Romans: Western Auxiliary Archers Regiment Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£38.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary cavalry with spears Regiment
Anyone who's seen the film Gladiator can envision the devastating impact a Roman regiment can bring to an enemy formation (those Germans were far from pleased). Now you can add your own units of hard-hitting Imperial Roman horsemen to your...
£32.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Cavalry Regiment
 Formed by the first Emperor, Augustus in the hope that he would be protected from the fate of his illustrious forebear, Julius Caesar, the Praetorian Guard were the Emperor's Elite bodyguard and also policed the city of Rome.Originally the cavalry...
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Cavalry Regiment with Swords
Anyone who's seen the film Gladiator can envision the devastating impact a Roman regiment can bring to an enemy formation (those Germans were far from pleased). Now you can add your own units of hard-hitting Imperial Roman horsemen to your...
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Republican Roman Legionaries
£28.00
Republican Roman Legionaries
These figure represent Roman Legionaries and light infantry (‘Velites’), of the mid Republic Era of Roman expansion and dominion (roughly 350 BC through until approximately 168 BC). They are suitable for the numerous wars fought during this period against the...
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Regiment
Auxiliary units were attached to individual Legions as opposed to being an integral part of their structure. This attachment could last for many years. The fact Auxiliary regiments being attached to a legion does not mean that they were not...
£26.00
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Roman travelling coach
£25.00
Roman travelling coach
Pack contains 1 coach, 2 horses and 3 metal figures Supplied unpainted
£25.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Marines Regiment
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 naval ships,...
£22.50
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Romans, Karwansaray Publishers and Fragma
New in from Karwansaray Publishers and Fragma comes the deliciously gorgeous second edition of their photographic history of Romans! Watch a video review of the hardback (first) edition: Here The Romans have left their mark on the history of North-West...
£22.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Legionaries and Scorpion boxed set
Well-drilled, and clad in his segmented armour the Legionary was the lifeblood of the Roman war machine - there was no kingdom or state that could withstand the unforgiving Legions of the Roman empire... This boxed set contains 20 multi-part,...
£22.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Balearic Slingers Regiment
These miniatures are based on the much-feared Balearic slingers from the Balearic Islands off the Mediterranean coast of Spain but are ideal for use in any Roman army representing the many-serried ranks of slingers supporting the Roman war machine...The Balearic...
£22.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Eastern Auxiliary Archers Regiment
Easily recognised with their conical helmet and recurve bow these auxilliary archers are from the eastern region of the Roman Empire. The Eastern Archers Regiment contains 16 random metal models.Saves you 80p against buying these models individually.
£22.00
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Numidian Cavalry Regiment
£20.00
Numidian Cavalry Regiment
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
£20.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Guard
Formed by the first Emperor, Augustus in the hope that he would be protected from the fate of his illustrious forebear, Julius Caesar, the Praetorian Guard were the Emperor's Elite bodyguard and also policed the city of Rome. Despite being...
£20.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Legionaries set (30)
Well-drilled, and clad in his segmented armour the Legionary was the lifeblood of the Roman war machine - there was no kingdom or state that could withstand the unforgiving Legions of the Roman empire... This set contains 30 multi-part, hard...
£20.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliaries Boxed Set
Auxiliaries is a term used to describe non-native soldiers in Roman service. The term nowadays can almost be read as pejorative, but the auxiliaries of Imperial Rome were hard fighting men! Well-equipped and well-trained these men, sometimes from quite diverse...
£20.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Scorpion Battery
Each Roman Century would be provided with a Scorpio Catapult to accompany them on the battlefield but when fighting as a legion these would be combined to form a battery.  Typically this would consist of 60 Scorpions and be located...
£20.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Veterans
This set represents Veteran Legionaries in the thick of the action battered, bloodied but never bowed these grim soldiers have seen it all and sent it packing. They may sport battleworn armour, shields and bandaged but woe betide anyone crossing...
£18.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Camel Rider Unit
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...
£18.00
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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...
£18.00
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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...
£18.00
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Hail Caesar Army Lists: Biblical to Early Medieval
This volume consolidates Hail Caesar army lists from the dawn of civilization up until the early thirteenth century into a single volume. These army lists bring special rules and army compositions that are not necessarily found within the main Hail...
£24.00 £12.00
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Numidian Skirmishers
£12.00
Numidian Skirmishers
Light Numidian infantry armed with javelins and shields. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£12.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliaries Contubernium
Auxiliary units were attached to individual Legions as opposed to being an integral part of their structure. This attachment could last for many years. The fact Auxiliary regiments being attached to a legion does not mean that they were not...
£12.00
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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...
£12.00
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Early Imperial Romans: Legionary Slingers
It is widely believed that Legionaries were trained to use a sling.  Not ones to pass up the opportunity to make a great looking model we now present you with our Roman Legionary Slingers. As well as being ideal for alternative...
£12.00
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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...
£12.00
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