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LATE ROMAN CATAPHRACTS: 28mm Figures

LATE ROMAN CATAPHRACTS: 28mm Figures

1-VXDA015

Contains Late Roman Horse Cataphract 28mm figures: 16 Riders and horses with -- eight different horse head options and separate tails to add a little more movement to the models; 13 head options for the riders; 16 axes to hang from the right of the saddle; 16 swords in scabbards; and Draco standard bearer arm option. The rider bodies are depicted in various armour styles including mail, lamellar and scales. The arms and legs are covered in flexible, tubular metal rings. Each rider has two arm pose options: either upright Kontos or Kontos at the level.

Cataphracts are heavily armoured cavalrymen covered from head to foot in armour of mail, scales and plates, sitting on a fully armoured horse. Scale armour was often of metal scales such as iron or bronze but could also be made of horn, bone or hardened leather which could be in various colours such as red and green. The horses often had an elaborate head piece to protect its face and a mesh to defend the eyes. These could be of various metals or leather.

1 vol, 16 pgs 2024 UK, VICTRIX LTD
NEW-pb, available mid January 2024 ......$52.00 rct

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