Chariot Miniatures this time. I’m starting to lean towards the Classical and Dark Ages periods for ancient wargaming rather than Biblicals so I am now looking closely at these fellows. As with the others, there should be around about 400AP (plus or minus) in DBMM terms although the army probably needs another chariot. The Chariot Miniatures are really very lovely but I think I have fallen out of love with the Biblical Period.
|2||MYG1||Spearmen tower shield||16|
|2||MYG2||Spearmen figure 8 shield||16|
|1||MYG3||Javelinmen with plume||8|
|3||MYG5||Naked spearmen tower shield||24|
|2||MYG6||Naked spearmen figure 8 shield||16|
|2||MYG7||Javelinmen with helmet||16|
|1||MYG11||Javelinmen pelta shield||8|
|2||ENK22||Libyan psiloi javelin/spear||16|
|4||MTG13||Square 2-horse chariot||4|
|7||MYG14||Square 2-horse chariot||7|
|4||MYG15||Round 2-horse chariot||4|
|6||MYG16||Round 2-horse chariot||6|
The red stain on the packets is not Thomo’s blood (although a late night accident with a carton cutter last night almost had me bleeding over my figures) but rather a bottle of red glaze that leaked on a move from somewhere to somewhere else with the figures.