Dated: April 23, 2007.
By Ms. Erika Rose (USA)
Carthaginian command and Poeni horse, as the picture shows, the Barca Boys are clearly up to no good!
Men of Gaul, wild and hairy beyond belief!
The fierce javelin men of Numidia
Libyan skirmishers, resplendent in their mohawk cuts, red leather tunics and Zebra hide shields, smashing!
More of the fierce, exotic warriors of Numidia
The flower of the Gallic nobility
Another view of the Gallic charge, as the Poeni horse and line steadily advance.
A Carthaginian War Elephant moves to redeploy as the battle begins to develop
A closeup of the feared Carthaginian panzertruppen in action
His heart swelling with pride at all the power around him, this young man can't help but think... this is a GREAT day to be a CARTHAGINIAN! Urrah!
Iberian light horsemen looking positively dapper in their splendid sinew helmets and crossbelts over their tunics!
Iberian Falcata men, they count as AUX in DBA
Another view to show off the shield designs I've painted
Iberian juvenile delinquents up to no good? No, these are the dreaded Balearic slingers. The best slingers money can buy!
Finally the backbone of the Carthaginian host, the heavy spearmen, steadily advancing in phalanx. These men are dangerous
I know, I know, this design looks more appropriate on Successor troops, but I thought the design looked great when I saw it in a book, and it took me forever to paint!
Many thanks to Ms. Rose
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