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Greek Peltasts, Javelin Men and Slingers

These figures represent Greek light infantry from the 5th to mid 3rd Century BCE. These warriors were the main Greek mercenary of the 4th Century, lightly armed but also effective in close combat. Javelin men were used for skirmishing at a distance, mainly coming from the more mountainous areas of Greece.

This exceptional 60 figure set of 28mm hard plastic Greeks has superbly detailed figures and a myriad of additional parts allowing hundreds of options when building the figures. This set is fully supported by LBMS.

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Whats in the box?

56 x Figures

48 x Peltasts and Javelin Men

8 x Slingers

10 x Body options

21 x Head options

48 x Shields (8 x options)

12 x Unsheathed Swords (2 x options)

60 x Javelins

12 x Spears

Customer Reviews

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luca stutz

Très bon ensemble de miniature, qualité des moulures et dynamisme des poses

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Christopher Shaw
Great slingers

I like the singers which are very animated and there are at least enough parts to make 12 different figures; 3 basic figures/arm positions and 4 diffrent heads.
The Peltasts/Javelinmen however are not so good. Anatomically they are fine but they are clearly based on the unarmoured hoplites and the poses do not suit men throwing javelins nor do the figures are not designed to hold a weapon in each hand as a peltast would. The sheilds reverse sides, which can be clearly seen on some figure are not detailed. Most early pelasts would have wicker shield covered in goat skin and a least some of the Javelinmen would have had straw hats the single hat provided looks like felt!

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Matthew Hardwick
Quality sculpts

This assortment of Greek miniatures is brilliant. There's enough options, especially with the Peltasts, to keep them varied so they look fantastic. Highly recommended skirmishers for an ancients army.

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Simone Pollini

Greek Peltasts, Javelin Men and Slingers

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Anthony Pfeiffer
Great

Great customer service!!!

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