Celtiberians – “They died with obstinate resolution”
The Celtiberians were fierce warriors and a true match for the might of the legion. Learn about their history and how to paint them.
Bowls of goo – Carthaginian Field Camp in 15mm
Time to detail our field camp. Food, entertainment and some creature comforts. Have a look and see what is possible in 15mm.
Iberian Scutati – “Esteemed to be the most warlike barbarians that now are.”
The Carthaginians relied heavily on foreign contingents in their armies, with Iberian troops being no exception. Learn about their history and how to paint them.
Rough camping – Carthaginian Field Camp in 15mm
Hey, you! Yes, you! Need a neat Carthaginian field camp? Fine stuff my friend, I tell you. Come closer and take a look.
Numidian Light Cavalry – the extended arm of the Carthaginian army
Hannibal’s Numidian cavalry was famed for its performance in battle, but also very apt in small-scale operations. Learn more about their history and how to paint them.
Liby-Phoenician Spearmen – The backbone of the Carthaginian army
The backbone of any Carthaginian army and the most reliable troops were the Liby-Phoenician spearmen. Learn more about their history and how to paint them.
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