Early Nubian archers
Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£12.00
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Early Nubian and Libyan command
It is not known whether the early Libyan and Nubian tribes used standards or musical instruments in battle or what they appeared like. However, as many wargamers like to include them, this pack satisfies this need. The Libyan Standard is...
£6.00
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Early Libyan javelinmen
Early Libyan Javelinmen of the Early, Middle and Late Bronze Age. They can be used as allies or mercenaries in Egyptian armies or as part of their own independent army opposed to Egypt. Pack contains 8 metal foot figures. Note:...
£12.00
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Libyan Close Fighters
8 Libyan Warriors with Sword and optional round shield. They can be used in Libyan armies of the Late Bronze Age or in Libyan Egyptian armies of the early Iron Age as Libu warriors; and with the use of the...
£12.00
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Early Libyan archers
Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£12.00
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Nubian/Kushite Close Fighters
These figures can be used as close combat warriors in early Nubian Bronze Age armies or even as warriors in Early Iron Age, Kushite Egyptian armies. Pack contains 8 Figures (nominally 2 of each type pictured, though variations may occur)...
£12.00
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Early Nubian Javelinmen
Whilst primarily used for ranged and harassment, javelinmen are also capable of dealing with troops in close quarters. However, with a small shield, little to no armour and an improper combat weapon, make sure they attack the flank or rear...
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Early Libyan chariot
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Early Libyan chariot
The Early Libyan chariot was a significant danger on the ancient battlefields of the Bronze Age. They're an integral part of Libyan armies, forming up to a quarter of the total strength in Hail Caesar. The Libyans were also allied with...
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Hannibal's African Veterans
Hannibal fought several major battles against the Romans following his invasion of Italy, which began in 218 BC. At the River Trebia and Lake Trasimene, Hannibal crushed Rome’s Legions, killing thousands. He took the best of the armour and weapons...
£10.00
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