Gamed in 28mm and fictitious battle of dragging a funeral across the table being attacked from all sides, good fun and plenty of more photos in the gallery at http://www.victorian-steel.com/
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Necho II was a pharaoh of the 26th dynasty of Egypt and he was used by God to play a crucial role in the crossroads of three kingdoms from the Middle East and Mesopotamian regions.
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The kingdoms of Assyria, Babylon and Judah were all influenced by the decisions of Neco II. He appears on the Old Testament Timeline during the sixth century BC Necho II name is described as meaning “carrying out the wishes of the heart” or “carrying out the heart”. He was the son of Psammetichus I. He became pharaoh by marrying Psammetichus I daughter Mehtenweskhet.
Though King Necho II spent most of his reign fighting battles he had tried to establish some civil building projects and he tried to form an Egyptian navy to control the water ways that situated around the Delta area.