The ANCIENT EASTERN Ranges

15mm Pewter Figurines

Pack sizes : Foot = 8 figures, Cavalry = 4 mounted figures

The Burmese emerged as a nation under a dynamic ruler called Anawratta during the mid 11th Century AD. The following 200 years saw recurring wars with the Mon(Tai) peoples together with raids into what is now Southern China. These raids provoked a series of attacks by the Yuan mongols which eventually overthrew the ruling dynasty and captured the capital Pagan. The Burmese armies fielded a large proportion of cavalry and they also put great faith(sometimes mis-guided) in their war elephants. The infantry was composed of a general tribal levy armed with spear, bow or crossbow. These were backed on occasion by a more professional palace guard. More information is provided in our book 'Armies of Medieval Burma' see HERE for more details.

BURMESE

CODE

DESCRIPTION

PRICE

BUR1

Elephant with platforms + Javelinmen & Archers (6)

£3.00

BUR2

Elephant with Castle + javelinman + archer

£2.50

BUR3

Elephant with Archer

£2.00

BUR4

Guard Cavalry

£2.00

BUR5

Guard Spearmen

£2.00

BUR6

Guard Crossbowmen

£2.00

BUR7

Levy Cavalry

£2.00

BUR8

Levy Spearmen

£2.00

BUR9

Levy Bowmen

£2.00

BUR10

Levy Crossbowmen

£2.00

BURC1

Foot Command

£2.00

BURC2

Mounted Command (3 mounted figures)

£2.00

STARTER ARMY (numbers of figs)
  • 1 x BUR1 Elephant with Platform
  • 3 x BUR3 Elephant with Archer
  • 16 x BUR8 Levy Spearmen
  • 16 x BUR9 Levy Bowmen
  • 16 x BUR10 Levy Crossbowmen
  • 8 x BUR7 Levy Cavalry
  • 8 x BUR4 Guard Cavalry
  • 8 x BUR5 Guard Spearmen
  • 8 x BUR6 Guard Crossbowmen
  • 2 x BURC1 Foot Command (4 x 3 figs)
  • 1 x BURC2 Mounted Command (3 mtd)

72 foot, 19 mounted, 4 Elephants: save £2.00

£37.00
The high point of the Khmer(cambodian) empire lasted from the early 11th to 13th Century AD, during this period the country was involved in constant wars against the Vietnamese(Cham), Tai and Burmese. We have a fairly clear picture of the appearance of Khmer armies from temple frescos such as those at Ankor Wat and they seem to have been comprised of a mixture of missile and shock infantry backed by cavalry and a large Elephant corps. More information is provided in our book 'Armies of Medieval Burma' see HERE for more details.

KHMER

KHM1

Khmer War Elephant

£2.00

KHM2

Khmer Cavalryman

£2.00

KHM3

Khmer Javelinman

£2.00

KHM4

Khmer Spearman (no armour)

£2.00

KHM5

Khmer Archer

£2.00

KHM6

Khmer Crossbowman

£2.00

KHM7

Ph'Kak'Man

£2.00

KHM8

Khmer Maiden Guard

£2.00

KHM9

Khmer Infantry/Round Shield

£2.00

KHM10

Khmer Infantry/Long Shield

£2.00

KHM11

Khmer Elephant mounted Artillery

£2.50

KHM12

Khmer Fierce Fire oil caster

£2.00

KHM13

Khmer War Chariot

£2.00

KHMC1

Khmer C in C on Elephant

£2.00

STARTER ARMY (numbers of figs)
  • 3 x KHM1 War Elephant
  • 8 x KHM2 Cavalry
  • 16 x KHM3 Javelinmen
  • 16 x KHM4 Spearmen
  • 16 x KHM5 Archer
  • 8 x KHM6 Crossbowmen
  • 4 x KHM7 PhÕKakÕMan
  • 16 x KHM9 Infantry (Round shield)
  • 16 x KHM10 Infantry (Long shield)
  • 1 x KHM11 Elephant mounted Artillery
  • 4 x KHM12 Fierce Fire Oil Caster
  • 1 x KHMC1 C in C on Elephant

96 foot, 8 mounted, 5 Elephants: save £2.50

£36.00
The Avars, otherwise known as the Juan Juan, were a Turkish speaking people who arrived in the West in the late 6th Century AD under the great Khan Baian. They carved out an empire in Central Southern Europe having fought Franks, Bulgars, Slavs abd Gepids as well as allying with the Sassanids against the Byzantines. In early Avar history, they are said to have displaced the Huns from their homelands in Mongolia and caused them to migrate westwards. They themselves went on to settle in North West China, only to be driven out ad forced west by the successful revolt of their Turkish vassals. The Avars disappear from world history after their final defeat at the hands of Charlemagne in 796AD.

AVAR

EUR1

Avar Extra Heavy Cavalry

£2.00

EUR2

Avar Heavy Cavalry

£2.00

EUR3

Avar Light Cavalry

£2.00

SLAV

EUR4

Slav Javelinman

£2.00

EUR5

Slav Bowman

£2.00

EUR6

Slav Axeman

£2.00

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