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Thursday, 21 January 2016

Late Roman Light Infantry








Here are some late Roman light infantry that I've just finished painting. The archers are by Crusader Miniatures and the javelinmen by Wargames Foundry. These are supposed to be a light infantry detachment of the Secundani Italiciani a legiones comitatenses unit who were stationed in Africa. I've also finished four unarmoured spearmen from the excellent Footsore Miniatures range to complete the ranks of my Auxilia Palatina unit, the Petulantes Seniores.






20 comments:

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    1. Thanks Michal, there are some great Late Roman ranges around.

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, a mix of ranges helps with the variety.

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  3. Great looking Light Infantry, nice job!

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    1. Thanks Phil, have some more archers and legionaries up next.

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    1. Thanks Rodger, there are some excellent Late Roman ranges available now.

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  5. Love these - the yellow and blue combo works very well.

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    1. Thanks Giles, the LBM shield transfers are always the go.

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  6. Impressive, always got to like well painted and presented Late Romans!

    Cheers, Ross

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    1. Thanks Ross, I have quite a few Late Roman units on the painting table at the moment.

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  7. Great stuff - I could never get my Late Romans looking quite right. These are spot on :)

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  8. Thanks Mike, I'm painting some more Late Roman legionaries and archers at the moment.

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