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Friday, 30 May 2014

Hannibal and Republican Roman Command





























Here are a few photos of Hannibal and his standard bearer and a Republican Roman Legion Command stand. Hannibal and the standard bearer are by 1st Corps Miniatures and the Republican Romans are the new metal Legion Command pack by Agema Miniatures, all are very detailed figures that are excellent  to paint. The standard bearer has a Successor LBM transfer on his shield of an elephant which I really like.

The Agema Legion Command consists of a Consul, a Tribune and two of the Consul's twelve lictors bearing his fasces (bundle of rods and an axe) which symbolise his authority and the power to inflict corporal or capital punishment. I'm still painting my plastic Agema Hastati and metal Maniple Command but hopefully all of these figures will see action soon in a Punic Wars game.

















12 comments:

  1. NICE! Marvelous painting, I like the flocking/bases. 1st Corps and Agema Miniatures are great miniatures to have with nice detail on them, they do paint up well.... cheers!

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  2. Thanks Phil, it will be fun to use these in a Punic Wars game.

    Mike

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  3. Very very nice!!! I've not had a lot of dealings with Agema figures, I'm off to look then up....thanks!
    Love that elephant shield too btw!!

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    1. Thanks Ray, they make very nice plastic and metal Republican Romans. The elephant design is a ripper!

      Mike

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  4. Splendid, the command stand is awesome!

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    1. Thanks Phil, the Agema metal figures are pretty tasty too...

      Mike

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  5. Thanks Christopher, they are nice figures.

    Mike

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  6. A superb set of command figures, Cyrus! I just can't get enough of the Punic Wars.

    I'm betting the house that this Hannibal can turn the tide and bring the Romans to their knees.

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  7. Thanks Monty, Romans on their knees would be a good start for our Punic Wars games!

    Mike

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  8. Lovely vignette!! I should buy one of those for my army!!

    Cheers

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  9. Thanks Andres, the Agema Repulican Roman command set does make a nice vignette.

    Mike

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