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Field of Glory 
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FIELD OF GLORY - Wargaming Rules for Ancient and Medieval Tabletop Gaming
Field of Glory is a new historical tabletop miniatures gaming system for anyone interested in recreating the battles of Rome, Greece or the Holy Land, among others. 
 
This series is intended to give both beginner and expert gamers everything they need to play the battles of ancient and medieval eras on their tabletops. Tested and created by gaming experts, this series includes a rulebook detailing the gaming system, and companion army books which help players select and build their historically accurate army with the relevant units or troop types they want to take onto the field of battle. The striking Field of Glory rulebook includes color coding for easy navigation, clear photographs of miniatures and diagrams (showing rules examples, troop placements, scale considerations and more), detailed Osprey artwork, a comprehensive painting guide, an overview of the history of this world of warfare, organization tables and a background to the men who fought on the ground. Containing two ready to use army lists, this rulebook can either stand alone and be used for immediate gaming, or can be combined with the companion volumes to recreate a more diverse range of conflicts.



Rise of Rome 
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FIELD OF GLORY - Rise of Rome, Republican Rome at War
Field of Glory is a new historical tabletop miniatures gaming system for anyone interested in recreating the battles of Rome, Greece or the Holy Land, among others. 
 

This army guide covers the armies of Rome and its enemies and allies from 280 to 25 BC. During this period Rome expanded from Italy to gain an empire including the whole of the Mediterranean and the surrounding regions.

By 280 Rome had conquered its main Italian rivals, including the Etruscans and Samnites, controlling most of Italy by a network of forced alliances. The Greek city of Tarentum, in the heel of Italy, appealed to the Hellenistic king Pyrrhos of Epeiros for aid against Rome. This was the first clash between the legions and the Hellenistic pike phalanx. Although Pyrrhos won hard-fought victories, he soon lost interest and moved on elsewhere, allowing Rome to complete its control of southern Italy.

Armies are organized in approximately the order the states they cover first came into military contact with Rome:

Mid Republican Roman; Late Republican Roman; Gallic; Pyrrhic; Later Carthaginian; Illyrian; Ancient Spanish; Later Macedonian; Attalid Pergamene; Numidian or Early Moorish; Later Seleucid; Later Ptolemaic; Pontic; Spartacus Slave Revolt; Early Armenian; Parthian; Later Jewish; Bosporan.



Rise of Rome 
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FIELD OF GLORY - Legions Triumphant, Imperial Rome at War
Field of Glory is a new historical tabletop miniatures gaming system for anyone interested in recreating the battles of Rome, Greece or the Holy Land, among others. 
 

This book covers the armies of the Roman Empire and its opponents from 25 BC to 493 AD: From the first Emperor, Augustus, until the final demise of the Western Roman Empire.

Principate Roman; Dominate Roman; Foederate Roman; Kushan or Indo-Skythian; Early German; Ancient British; Early Scots-Irish; Dacian or Carpi; Later Sarmatian; Early Alan; Jewish Revolt; Caledonian; Early Pictish; Sassanid Persian; Early Visigothic or Early Vandal; Palmyran; Early Frankish, Alamanni, Burgundi, Limigantes, Quadi, Rugii, Suebi or Turcilingi; Early Anglo-Saxon, Bavarian, Frisian, Old Saxon or Thuringian; Early Ostrogothic, Herul, Sciri or Taifali; Gepid or Early Lombard; Western Hunnic; Hephthalite Hunnic.



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