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  • #3546
    Aventine
    Aventine
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    Cataphract mounts

    Fully armoured

    We have nearly finished the horses for the new range, so far Adam has produced 6 sets of 3 with some 1/2 armoured still to come. We are nearly there with the riders so unit deals due 2-3 weeks.

     

    Rest are on the web store

     

    http://www.aventineminiatures.co.uk/catalog/

    Keith
    Aventine Miniatures

    #3554

    Simon Miller
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    Really like those, Keith!  Love the scales and tassles.

    #3626
    huber
    huber
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    Fantastic range and variety of horses. I can’t wait to see the actual Sassanid cavalrymen. What are your updated plans (if any) for the infantry?

    • This reply was modified 5 years ago by huber huber.
    #3692
    Aventine
    Aventine
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    Adam has said he will do the levy with separate heads and therefore easy to select what headgear you want. I can say no more than that at present until he starts them.

     

    Cheers

    Keith
    Aventine Miniatures

    #3702
    CP Models
    CP Models
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    Very Nice they are too

    www.cpmodelsminiatures.co.uk

    #3735
    huber
    huber
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    Adam has said he will do the levy with separate heads and therefore easy to select what headgear you want.

    With separate heads, shields, and sidearms in basic tunic and trousers  the potential use for such a figure is almost unlimited: from ancient Iranians, Anatolians, Germans, Late Romans, thru to dark age warriors – with future additions of different heads, weapons & shields.

    #3772
    Garry Grant
    Garry Grant
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    I really liked the unarmoured horses and so handy to have someone who has the horses separately available.   Thanks Keith.   Waiting to see what the Samnites are like…….

    Garry

    #6444
    Matt Williamson
    Matt Williamson
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    Lovely, be adding these soon to my Sassanid collection!

    "walk the battlefield in the morning, wargame it in the afternoon"

    L'Hotel de Herce, Mayenne, France.

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