SCRC20 Cappadocian Heavy Cavalry Command (3)
This product contains three Cappadocian Heavy Cavalry (Command) miniatures.
During the collapse of the Hittite Empire, the Greek world began to colonise Asia Minor around 1300 BCE. Before long, a colony of Greeks established itself in the region known to the Ancient Persians as 'Katpatuka', which they altered to Kappadokia. In the centuries to come, Kappadokia would become a popular region to recruit soldiers from, and they would come to be found in the armies of the Seleucids, Armenians, Romans and more.
Provided unpainted and unassembled. Standard Bearer has a cast-on vexilium. Commander has cast-on axe. Bases and spears are not provided.
28mm metal figures sculpted by Robi Baker. Eamples painted by Artmaster Studio.