This list covers the Numidia armies from the second punic war then the Mauretania armies till before its annexation by the roman empire.
This army is followed by the 3/II/57 Later Moorish 25-696AD army.
Army composition Edit
|II/40 Numidian or Early Moorish 215BC-24AD||Cv||LH||4Ax||4Bd||El||Ps|
|General with or without spanish bodyguard||1||1|
|Roman-trained regular javelinmen or
imitation legionaries or javelinmen or horsemen
|Archer or slinger or elephant||1||1|
I/7d Early Libyan 475BC-70AD
II/32a Later Carthaginian 275-202BC
II/32b Later Carthaginian 201-146BC
II/33 Polybian Roman 275-105BC
II/40 Numidian or Early Moorish 215BC-24AD
II/49 Marian Roman 105-25BC
II/56 Early Imperial Roman 25BC-197AD
II/56 Early Imperial Roman 25BC
Numidian huts are typical and available
Painting tips Edit
Shields were covered with animal hyde and may have been painted with typical symbols
Tunics may have been dyed in red, otherwise they were off-white.
- 15mm :
Army packs :
Other suppliers :
Chariot Miniatures at Magister Militum : individual packs.
- 28mm :
Armies gallery Edit
- From the DBA 3.0 rules :
Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars (Duncan Head) : new 2016 printing available.
- Osprey Publishing :
Armies of the Carthaginian Wars 265–146 BC - men at arms 121 (Author: Terence Wise, Illustrator: Richard Hook)
The Carthaginians 6th–2nd Century BC - elite 201 (Author: Andrea Salimbeti, Raffaele D’Amato, Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava)
Carthaginian Warrior 264–146 BC - warrior 150 (Author: Nic Fields, Illustrator: Steve Noon)
And many others...
- Others :