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All the following 15 mm armies are based on the DBM/DBA standard. By combination of the various nationalities many different and large armies with the right historical background can be build up. The numbers listed represent the number of bases with 1, 2, 3 or 4 figures respectively.

Gallic cavalry (15 mm, Essex)
Seleucid elephant (15 mm Essex painted by Axel Redder)

Numidian (15 mm)

3 El (I), 22 Lh (O), 8 Bd (I), 29 Ps (S) javelins, 5 Ps (O) bows, 3 Ps (O) slingers

Ancient British (15 mm)

10 LCh (O), 8 Lh (O), + many bases from the Gallic army (Wb (F), Ps (S)+(O)

Gallic (15 mm)

27 Cv (O), 70 Wb (F), 5 Wb (S), 12 Ps (O), 12 Ps (S)

Ancient Spanish (15 mm)

4 Cv (O), 2 Lh (O), 6 Ax (O), 4 Ps (S)

Marian Roman (15 mm)

48 Bd (O), 2 Cv (O), 7 Art (O), 1 Art (S)

Early Imperial Roman (15 mm)

12 Ax(S), 6 Cv(O), 4 Bw(O) + many bases from the Marian Roman arny

Gallic cavalry (15 mm, Essex)
Gallic cavalry (15 mm Essex painted by Uli Schulte-Ebbert))

Germans (15 mm)

6 Cv (O), 8 Ps (O), 1 Wb (O)

Seleucid (15 mm)

5 El (S), 4 HCH, 1 Art (O), 7 Kn (S), 2 Kn (O), 2 Lh (O), 6 Ps (O), 24 Pk (O/S), 1 Cm (O), 4 Ax (S)

Patrician Roman (15 mm)

2 Bd (O), 2 Ax (O), 4 Wb (O), 1 Lh (O), 1 Kn (O), 2 Cv (O)


8 Lh (O)

Camps and baggage (15 mm)

Numidian elephants (6 mm, Irregular Miniarures))
Numidian elephants (6 mm Irregular Miniatures painted by Uli Schulte-Ebbert)

Large selection of different camp and baggage elements

Beside the large amount of 15 mm figures we began playing DBA with 6 mm armies (Irregular Miniatures, Heroics & Ros). Cavalry elements consist of 10-16 horses in two rows, infantry elements of 10, 16 or 24 figures in two rows. Elephant elements contain 2-3 elephants. The following DBA-armies are painted and based:

Gallic (6 mm)

Republican Roman (6 mm)

Numidian (6 mm) (with all alternate elements)


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