Gaius Julius Caesar used the Helvetii tribes migration as casus belli (cause for war), initiating almost a decade worth of campaigning in Transalpine Gaul and beyond.
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War has been a constant throughout the history of mankind. From the first civilisations of Babylon and Egypt to the classical eras of Greece and Rome, and beyond to the medieval wars between England and France, ancient civilisations have massed thousands of soldiers to march against their enemies to clash for dominance and conquest.
Between 58 BC and 50 BC, the military might of the Roman Republic waged a brutal war on the Gallic Celt tribes living in the lands of Gaul. What the Gaul warriors lacked in the drilled discipline of their Roman foes they more than matched them with in ferocity and individual fighting prowess
A Celt army is one of history's great spectacles, a mass of brightly patterned clothing charging headlong at their enemy, supported by fast cavalry and missile troops armed with javelins.
Hail Caesar 156 page softback supplement
For two thousand years; from 3000 BC to 1000 BC, warriors fought battles with weapons of bronze. This gleaming red-gold metal is an alloy of copper and tin. The warrior nobles rode into battle in chariots and were clad in bronze armour.
Shield Wall is a supplement for Hail Caesar which introduces the main battles, armies and personalities of the Dark Ages in the British Isles from around 400AD up to 1000AD.
Expand to new lands and raid across Britania with a full Viking army!
Leading with a Saxon Warlord, defend your homes and land with this Saxon starter army!
Hirdmen were professional soldiers within a Viking lord's household (hird)
Bondi were free men, craftsmen, farmers, sailors and traders
Thegns, the wealthy noblemen of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, served as retainers for their lords, fulfilling their obligation of military service.
Armies of the warring Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were a common sight on the British Isles from 5th to 11th Century.
In 43 AD the Roman army landed on the south coast of a small island called Britain seeking to add this latest territory to Emperor Claudius vast empire an empire that already spanned much of the known world.
Gaius Julius Caesar was surely the most famous Roman of all time conqueror, statesman and founder of an empire that would shape the destiny of the world. Whats more, we know just how great a commander he was because he took the trouble to write and tell us so, recording his heroic exploits in all their gloriously impressive detail.
Julius Caesar commanded his late republic Roman legions with skill and aggression, forging them into the best fighting force of the era. Each legionary is protected by chain armour and Scutum shield and armed with Gladius stabbing sword and Pilum javelin.
Imperial Roman Starter Army para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Imperial Roman Legionaries (plus Scorpion) para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Imperial Roman Praetorians (20 plus Emperor) para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Caesarian Romans with Pilum para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Spartans para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Ancient Greek Hoplites para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Imperial Roman Auxiliaries (20 plastic + 4 metal command) para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Classical Greek Phalanx para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Macedonian Phalangites para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
Celtic Warriors para Hail Caesar de Warlord Games
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