|HaT Spanish Cavalry (left) - set number 9055; and|
HaT Carthaginian Cavalry - set number 9056.
Here is a picture, below, of the four poses of Spanish cavalry in the box. You get two of each pose for a total of 8 figures in the box. With two sets, I can create a 16-figure unit of Spanish cavalry and brigade them with 16 Carthaginian heavy cavalry. These 32 figures plus 32 Gallic cavalry will make up one of the Carthaginian cavalry wings. The other wing will consists entirely of Numidian light horse, possibly as many as 48 figures.
|The HaT Spanish cavalry set has four different poses as shown above.|
You get two of each pose for a total of 8 figures in the box.
Here is a picture, below, of the full contents of the Spanish box (set #9505).
|Here are the complete contents of the Spanish box.|
On the Painting Table
I am almost finished with another 32 Celtic infantry figures. This will give me two x 32 figures or 64 figures of Celts. Hannibal considered them to be fodder against the Roman soldiers, hoping that the Celts would wear down the Romans and then he would unleash his African (Libyan-Phoenician) veterans on the worn down Romans.
With the arrival of these new boxes of figures, I will likely start work on the Spanish cavalry after the Celtic infantry are finished. Here is what I have in the pipeline:
16 x Spanish Cavalry
20 x Gallic Cavalry
32 to 48 Numidian Light Horse
32 x Roman cavalry
6 x Roman Velites
3 x Carthaginian War Elephants
If and when I get through the above lot, then I might consider adding a third Roman legion (112 figures).
I want my Roman infantry to outnumber my Carthaginian infantry and have more Carthaginian/Allies cavalry than I do for the Romans.