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Warriors of Carthage

62 x 28mm 1/56th Scale Hard Plastic Multipose Miniatures

This superb box contains 62 highly detailed Warriors of Carthage, suitable for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Punic Wars against Rome and also to fight against the Spanish, Gauls, Greeks and Numidians.

24 of Hannibal's hardened veterans wearing a mixture of Punic and captured Roman armour, stripped from the dead.

24 Liby-Phoenecian Heavy Infantry. They were good solid African infantry fighting in a tight phalanx much like the Greek Hoplite.

14 Libyan Javelinmen add some light infantry support for the heavy infantry. These were subject Libyan tribesmen supplying large quantities of javelin armed skirmishers who rebelled against Carthage on more than one occasion. They wore red tunics and were haevily tattooed. 

Customer Reviews

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Philippe Poirier
Great Miniatures

I have finished painting them, and I must say they look great! A very nice buy, Recommended !

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Joshua Trammell
Awesome

These are great I have to admit I use your miniatures for dnd and I love the details and the historically accurate look. Have y’all ever considered make some late medieval solder with plate armor?

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Dan Scott
Excellent sculpts

This box represents great value when building a Carthaginian force. The sculpts are excellent with lots of raised detail to make your painting efforts look pro!

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Brett Zeleznik
Warriors of Carthage

Great looking miniatures. Nice proportions, both with the bodies and the weapons. Not only great minis but also great value for the price.

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Neil White
Great set

So many figures and bits. I will still be using bits from this set on the day I die.

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