These are two very different times and both armies would be different in each period.
I don’t have info for 1529 but this is a rough guide to what was at 1683, not including the garrison inside.
Poles: 14000 cavalry, 10000 infantry
Austrians: 13000 cavalry, 8000 infantry
German allies (Bavarians, Saxons and minor German states): 75oo cavalry, 21500 infantry
The Polish cavalry were roughly 1 Winged Hussar, 3 Pancerni, 1- Light Horse, 1+ Dragoons
The Austrian cavalry was 14 Cuirass, 4 Dragoons, 2 (probably small) light cavalry.
The German allies were 11 Cuirass, 4 Dragoons and a small guard unit.
I hope that helps but I would say, as others have, Pikemans lament is not the set of rules to do these battles. But of course that is up to you.
- This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Hwiccee.