Aegean States, Hail Caesar

Hail Caesar: Achaean Chariots

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The Achaean chariot is a powerful addition to any Bronze Age Achaean force. A single chariot can have a devastating impact against any enemy infantry unit.

The light chariots feature the four-spoke wheel design commonly adopted during the Bronze Age. There are three variants of chariot available to choose from:

Achaean Chariot I

Contains 1 Chariot, 2 un-armoured Horses, 1 Driver, 1 Rider and 1 alternative Rider, all in metal.

Supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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Achaean Chariot II

Contains 1 Chariot, 2 un-armoured Horses, 1 Driver, 1 Rider and 1 alternative Rider, all in metal.

Supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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Achaean Chariot III

Contains 1 Chariot, 2 un-armoured Horses, 1 Driver, 1 Rider and 1 alternative Rider, all in metal.

Supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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Chariots of Ignis

If you want to give your foes a smashing good time, all three are available as a bundle:

 

Chariots of Ignis

Supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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The Achaean or Mycenaean Greeks of the early Aegean city-states were dominant in the region from the collapse of Minoan civilisation to the end of the Bronze Age. They, therefore, thrived alongside the Hittites and the New Kingdom Egyptians.

The Achaean chariots can be used to represent those in the Mycenaean army list (which can be found on p.16 of the Army Lists – Biblical & Classical book).

 

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Dan Hewitson
Dan can often be found contemplating the mound of unpainted minis building up under his desk. He has a tendency to roll lots of ones. He also has a tendency to complain about rolling lots of ones.