Tagged: successor-states

Spotlight: Macedonian Successor States

A few months ago, we took a look at the life and career of Phillip II, the exceptional general and diplomat who set the stage for Alexander’s dominance of the…

The Successor army and Elephant!

Thundering into battle come the mighty Succession armies with vast numbers of pikes and huge beast of war! War Elephant View in Store The armies of Alexander the Great encountered…

Webstore: Later Household Axemen

Later Household Axemen can be used as Royal Guard or Retinue Axemen of the later Akkadian Empire, and the Neo-Sumerian and Successor City-States.

Webstore: Later Highlander Archers

Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Later City-State spearmen with shields

These figures are appropriate as the main battle-line spearmen of the Akkadian and Neo-Sumerian Successor State armies at the end of the Early Bronze Age. They can also be used…

Webstore: Later City-State spearmen with Amorite shields

These are the close order spearmen of the 3rd Dynasty of Ur and other Neo-Sumerian Successor States, such as those of Eshnunna and the Amorite First Dynasty of Isin, who…

Webstore: Later City-State spearmen

These figures are appropriate as the main battle-line spearmen of the Akkadian and Neo-Sumerian Successor State armies at the end of the Early Bronze Age. They can also be used…

Webstore: Early/Middle Bronze Age Command

These models can be used to command armies of the Early and Middle Bronze Age, including those of the Amorite Kingdoms & Desert Nomads; Later Akkadian & Neo-Sumerian City-States; Later…

Webstore: Early Bronze Age Command

Suitable as Foot command for any army of Early Bronze Age Mesopotamia, including those of Sumerian, Early Syrian, Elamite, Early Akkadian and Early Highlander armies. Figures can be used for…

Webstore: 2-horse proto chariot

The earliest representations of chariots can be found on such archaeological finds as cylinder seals and which show a hybrid vehicle between a chariot proper and an earlier Platform Cart.

Webstore: Levy Spearmen II

Pack contains 8 metal miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Late Bronze Age Command

This foot command can be used for the armies of Middle Kingdom Assyria, Kassite Babylonia, Mitanni, the Syrian and Canaanite City-States and Middle period Elam. Includes 2 Commanders, a Standard…

Webstore: Medium Archers

These are the regular or militia archers of the Amorite or Neo-Sumerian & Successor City-State armies. In early Babylonian armies they were called the Sabum Qallatum. They are also suitably…

Webstore: Levy Slingers

These figures can be fielded as levies in regular armies or in nomadic armies, of the Early, Middle and Late Bronze Age. The group have a sling and dagger and…

Webstore: Levy Javelinmen II

Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Levy Javelinmen I

Pack contains 8 metal miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Levy Archers II

Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Levy Archers I

Pack contains 8 metal miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Middle Bronze Age platform cart

Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Levy Spearmen I

Pack contains 8 metal miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Middle Bronze Age chariot I

The earliest 2 horse-drawn chariots seem to have been developed by the Hurrians, Kassites and other Anatolian Highlanders in the latter half of the Middle Bronze Age. Their use soon…

Webstore: Middle Bronze Age chariot II

The earliest 2 horse-drawn chariots seem to have been developed by the Hurrians, Kassites and other Anatolian Highlanders in the latter half of the Middle Bronze Age. Their use soon…

Webstore: Middle Bronze Age chariot III

The earliest 2 horse-drawn chariots seem to have been developed by the Hurrians, Kassites and other Anatolian Highlanders in the latter half of the Middle Bronze Age. Their use soon…

Webstore: Later Highlander warriors I

Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Later Highlander warriors II

Pack contains 8 metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted