Friday, May 21, 2021

Sea Peoples Chariots and Warriors

 









Here are some Sea Peoples from the archives. The Pelset and Lukka chariots above are by Cutting Edge/Warlord Games and the Lukka warriors below are by Wargames Foundry. These are the two best ranges around, for Bronze Age armies.









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    1. Thanks Jonathan, the Foundry and Cutting Edge/Warlord ranges are the best.

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  2. Excellent, truly excellent!

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  3. The chariots look stunning! and the warriors multi boss's on the shields up close look intimidating ;o)

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    1. Thanks Phil, the Foundry range by the Perrys is brilliant.

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  4. More great looking Sea Peoples chariots and foot, Mike! Love the varied patterned kilts.

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    1. Thans Dean, at Medinet Habu (mortuary temple of Ramses III) in Luxor, Egypt, you can still see the colours of the Pelset warriors' tunics.

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    1. Thanks Ray, love the Sea Peoples, so colourful and varied.

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  6. Excellent looking figures. The chariots 'steal the show', of course; we all love chariots! :)
    Regards, James

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    1. Thanks James, we do indeed! I have some Warlord/Cutting Edge Libyan chariots to paint for my Libyans as well...

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  7. What superb painting. I have no doubt that these troops will look great on the field of battle!
    Best wishes,
    Jason

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    1. Thanks Jason, yes they’re a very colourful and varied army the Sea Peoples.

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