Sunday, 10 August 2008

II/32 Later Carthaginian 275-146BC

Here's our 'rejuvenated' Later Carthaginians. Touch up on the paint job, fixed those spears that have snapped off, new figures & re-painted the bases. A nice army with lots of different troop types including Jumbos.


II/32 Later Carthaginian 275-146BC
1x3Cv(Gen), 1x2Lh, 3x4Sp, 1x3/4Ax, 3x3Wb or 2Ps, 1xEl or 3Cv,
1xEl or 2Lh, 1x2Ps



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The Carthaginian Host
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The Mighty Jumbos!
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One of the 'Barca Boys', Carthaginian General

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Warband, a real mix of Gallic & Spanish troops!
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Numidian Light Horse
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Gallic Cavalry

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Carthaginian Spears
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Spanish Auxilia
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Numidian & Libyan Psiloi

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very Good.
JP

Figurenschieber said...

Dear Mr. Farrow,
a beautiful Carthaginian army you made there. Its my favourite army on your blog. I love the spears and the celts. Where are they from (i mean the manufacturer)? Sorry for bad English.
Regards
der Figurenschieber

MrFarrow2U said...

Hello!

Thanks for the nice comments my friend. To be honest I don't know. Some of the Gallic Cavalry are Museum. The Celts are a mixed bag, some are Essex but the rest I don't know. The spears are a brand I don't recognise.

Apologies I wasn't much help there. They are also one of my favourite armies.

Take care
MrF