Rome's Dacian Wars - Hail Caesar Supplement
Fighting Trajan's invasion of Dacia with model soldiers At the end of the first century AD, the Roman Empire was the greatest military power the world had ever seen. All of Western Europe south of the Rhine and the Danube,...
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Dacian army deal
The perfect start to a Dacian army, this set includes: 2 boxes of Dacian Falxmen 1 box of Dacian Nobles 16 Celt Archers 1 Dacian Scorpio 1 Dacian Command King Decebalus and his Shaman Advisor
£105.00
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Sarmatian Cavalry army deal
The perfect start to a Sarmatian army, this set includes: 3 boxes of Sarmatian Cataphracts 1 Sarmatian Light Cavalry regiment 1 Sarmatian Horse Archers regiment
£90.00
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Dacian Nobles
To the sound of rasping carynx horns and wild cries, the elite infantry of the Dacian army would surge forward against their invading Roman foe, intimidating them with their wild barbarian appearance and fierce countenance. Marking them out as warriors...
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Dacian Falxmen
There were few ancient peoples who were able to challenge the might of Rome, but the fierce Dacians, hailing from what is largely modern Romania, were one of the exceptions. Fighting two mighty wars with Rome, the Dacians gave the...
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Dacians: Command
The Dacians were, by Roman accounts, a savage bunch. Then again they thought everyone non-Roman was a savage. They may well have been right!Warlord's new Dacian command group are a brutal front rank for any Legionary to come across. They...
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Dacians: King Decebalus and his Shaman Advisor
  Decebalus, or "The Brave" , was a king of Dacia and is famous for fighting three wars and negotiating two interregnums of peace without being eliminated against the Roman Empire under two emperors. In the short peace granted by Trajan, Decebalus continued to act as an...
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Dacians: Sarmatian Cataphracts pack
When the Roman armies crossed the Danube and clashed with the tough Dacians of present day Romania they may not have counted on them bringing along their warlike allies, the Sarmatians. The Sarmatians seem to have become staunch friends of the...
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Dacians: Sarmatian Cataphracts boxed set
When the Roman armies crossed the Danube and clashed with the tough Dacians of present day Romania they may not have counted on them bringing along their warlike allies, the Sarmatians. The Sarmatians seem to have become staunch friends of...
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Ancient Celts: Archers
We have produced a set of what may better be called Barbarian archers as we think that these lads would look great in a Dacian army, a German horde as well as most Celtic tribes. Use of the bow in...
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Ancient Celts: Archer Regiment
We have produced a set of what may better be called Barbarian archers as we think that these lads would look great in a Dacian army, a German horde as well as most Celtic tribes.Use of the bow in Britain...
£22.00
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Sarmatian Horse Archers
Pack contains 3 mounted metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£10.00
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Sarmatian Horse Archers regiment
Pack contains 6 mounted metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£20.00
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Sarmatian Light Cavalry
Pack contains 3 mounted metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£10.00
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Sarmatian Light Cavalry regiment
Pack contains 6 mounted metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£20.00
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Dacians: Scorpio
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Dacians: Scorpio
    According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defend the empire's borders. Undoubtedly this would have included the fearsome Scorpio that the...
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Dacians: Scorpio Battery
    According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defend the empire's borders. Undoubtedly this would have included the fearsome Scorpio that the...
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Dacians shield designs 1
 15 Rub down shield transfers to add wonderful character to your Dacian army.
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Dacians shield designs 2
 15 Rub down shield transfers to add wonderful character to your Dacian army.
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Tribesmen with bows
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Nobles
Richer and better equipped than the falxmen, these nobles wore Phrygian caps to demonstrate their higher status, and were sometimes known as capmen. Despite their more ornate weaponry, they were no less brave than their lower-bred counterparts and could be...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Tribesmen with javelins
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers...
£20.00
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Scorpio team
Once close allies of Rome, Dacia was the recipient of money and weapons, including the lethal Scorpio. Suitably reinforced, Dacian strongholds and villages became a lot tougher for Romans to assault when shot at by their own mightiest weapons. A...
£12.00
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