Greeks: Classical Greek PhalanxAdd to Wish List
This set allows you to recreate the warriors that fought in some of the classical world's most famous battles and campaigns. Fight against the Spartan alliance in the Peloponnesian War, undertake the massive but ultimately disastrous invasion of Sicily, lead...
Successor War Elephant RegimentAdd to Wish List
The armies of Alexander the Great encountered elephants in the armies of their enemies – the Persians and Indians. The Macedonian King was sufficiently impressed by these exotic beasts to raise an elephant corps for his own army. After Alexander’s...
Alexander the Great & Philip II of MacedonAdd to Wish List
Alexander the Great, son of Philip II of Macedon, tutored by Aristotle and undefeated in battle. He created one of the largest empires of the ancient world and for this feat, he is considered one of history's most successful commanders....
Thorakitai medium infantry commandAdd to Wish List
The term Thorakitai - plural Thorakites - is used sparingly by Polybios to refer to Achaian and Seleucid troops of the mid-second century BC. That they were armoured is plain enough - Thorakitai means 'cuirassier' - and Polybios' describes them...
Greeks: Cretan ArchersAdd to Wish List
Commonly deployed as mercenaries, Cretan archers are an iconic part of Greek armies.Despite their fame, we know almost nothing about their appearance or how they fought! Xenophon mentions their shields (although we are not sure he is talking about the...
Greeks: Thessalian Light CavalryAdd to Wish List
Thessaly is situated to the north of Greece. Its wide plains make it ideal horse country, and it's hardy population make excellent horsemen. Thessalians are typically shown as wearing the wide pestos ‘sun hat’, simple tunic, boots and a wide...