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Ancient Celts: Cavalry boxed setAdd to Wish List
This regiment offer combines the multi-pose flexibility of our superb plastic Celtic Warriors with finely detailed metal and resin components. The ponies come with the riders' legs attached - all you need to do is choose which upper torso and...
Dacians: Sarmatian Cataphracts boxed setAdd to Wish List
When the Roman armies crossed the Danube and clashed with the tough Dacians of present day Romania they may not have counted on them bringing along their warlike allies, the Sarmatians. The Sarmatians seem to have become staunch friends of...
Ancient British WarriorsAdd to Wish List
There can be few more characterful people than the ancient Britons. With their trademark spikey limed hair, magnificently droopy moustaches and painted with woad battle-markings they were as colourful and they were ferocious. The British, who still favoured the chariots...
Ancient Celts: Fanatic RegimentAdd to Wish List
Wild-eyed and snarling they charge with reckless abandon at the enemy lines. Celt Fanatics are an awe-inspring site - wearing nothing but a shield and a crazed exression they must have instilled fear in even the most hardened warrior.The Celt...
Ancient Celts: Celtic Warriors plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
Renowned for their ferocity in battle, what the Celts lacked in drill or armour they made up for in determination and spirit. Fighting with sword, spear and javelin, they would hurl themselves at their enemies to sweep them away or...
Ancient Celts: Javelinmen RegimentAdd to Wish List
Providing ranged support for the blocks of warriors intent on getting to grips with the enemy, Javelinmen are a vital component for any Celtic army.The Celt Javelinmen Regiment contains: 16 metal Celts armed with javelins 16 metal javelins Note: Miniatures...
Germania, Hail Caesar supplementAdd to Wish List
This 56-page sourcebook, written by Neil Smith, chronicles the devastating blow suffered by the Romans in the Teutoberger Wald at the hands of the Germanic tribes led by Arminius. The battle, also known by the Romans as the Varian Disaster,...
Ancient Celts: Chieftain's ChariotAdd to Wish List
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...
Hail Caesar Army Lists: Biblical to Early MedievalAdd to Wish List
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...
Spanish Scutari with spearsAdd to Wish List
Named by the Romans, 'Hispania', the Iberian Peninsula became a key factor, both culturally and geographically in the formation of the Republic and later Empire. Initially, and for a long time, the two cultures clashed and Spain was the location...
Spanish Caetrati light infantryAdd to Wish List
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...
Ancient Celts: Female Warriors packAdd to Wish List
Celtic society provided equal opportunities for women - they ruled and they fought alongside the men. Great names such as Boadicea and Cartimandua will long be remembered but there are also many accounts of Celtic women joining raiding parties. The...