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Ancient Iberian Spanish

220-20 BCE. This army lists represents the armies of the various tribes of the  Iberian Peninsula,including modern Andalusia. Added December 24th, 2012.

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Achaemenid Persian Empire

522-430 BCE. This army list covers Achaemenid Persian armies under Xerxes and Darius.

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Cyprian Kingdoms

c.500-300 BCE. This list covers the Cyprian Kingdoms of Salamis, Kyrenia, Kourion, Marion, Paphos, Amathus, Soli, Lapithos, and Tamassos, plus the Phoenecian Kingdom of Kiton.

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Early Arab

c.500 BCE-630 CE. This army list covers Arab armies from the decline of chariot warfare following the widespead introduction of cavalry until the rise of Islam. Added July 26th, 2012.

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Early Imperial Roman

27 BCE-180 CE. This army list is a lower resolution copy of the one in the CoE rule book.

 

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Early Ptolemaic

323-204 BCE. This army list covers Ptolemaic Successor forces in Egypt from the death of Alexander theGreat to the death of Ptolemy IV Philopater.

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Early Rome

c.600-400 BCE. This list covers the armies of Rome in its founding years. The Etruscan military system was employed until the Camillan reforms.

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Etruscan

c.600-270 BCE. This list covers Etruscan armies from its emergence as a military power circa 600 BCE to its conquest by Rome in 270 BCE.

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Gallic

c.400-50 BCE. This army list covers Gallic armies in France and the north of Italy.

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Imperial Macedonian

359-323 BCE. This army list covers the rise of Macedon from the reforms of Philip II to the conquest of the Persian Empire and the death of Alexander.

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Later Carthaginian

219-146 BCE.This army list covers Carthage in her second and third wars against the Roman Republic. Updated 25 April, 2019.

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Later Hellenistic Greek

c.250-146 BCE.  This list covers the armies of Hellenistic Greece from the abandonment of the classical hoplitefighting style to the widespread adoption of the Macedonian Phalanx by Greek armies. Uploaded 14 August, 2012.

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Later Hoplite Greek

c.430-275 BCE.  This army list covers the Greek city states including the self-destructive Peloponnesian Wars.

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Later Republican Roman - 3rd Servile War

73-71 BCE.  This list covers the armies of Rome in the war against Spartacus and the slave revolt of 73-71 BCE. Uploaded 14 August, 2012.

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Later Spartan

c.450-330 BCE.  This list covers Sparta from the Peloponnesian War until the conquests of Alexander.

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Later Seleucid

274-64 BCE. This army list covers Seleucid forces from the end of “Alexander’s funeral games” to the abolition of the dynasty by Pompey.

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Marian Roman

c.105-25 BCE.  This army list covers Roman armies the reforms of Marius until those of Augustus. Uploaded April 25, 2019.

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  Mercenary Greek Hoplite

c.401-300 BCE.  This list covers the Greek mercenary forces, such as that of the Anabasis, that served undervarious Persian and other employers. Uploaded August 14, 2012.

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Numidian, Early or Moorish 

c.300-148 BCE. This army list covers Numidia and other North African tribal people who would form confederations in order to meet military threats. The list concludes with the end of the Third Punic War.

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Numidian, Later

c.148-40 BCE. This army list covers Numidia from near the end of the Third Punic War to its final annexation by Rome in 40 BCE. 

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Parthian

c.250 BCE-225 CE. This army list covers the Parthian Empire from its foundation to its fall at the hands of the Sassanids.

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Republican Roman

280-105 BCE.  This army list covers the Republican Roman armies from the military lessons learnt in the war against Pyrrhus to the Marian reforms. Updated 25 April, 2019.

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Samnite

355-272 BCE.  This list covers the armies of the warlike Samnites from the establishment of the Samnite League through the series of wars it fought against Rome.

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Slave Revolt

135-71 BCE.  This army list covers the armies of the Italian and Sicilian slave revolts, most famously the Third Servile War personified by Spartacus. Uploaded 14 August, 2012.

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