Khurasan releases Early New Kingdom Egyptians

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Khurasan releases Early New Kingdom Egyptians

Post by khurasan_miniatures » Tue Jul 10, 2018 8:36 pm

We are very pleased to release a range of 15mm New Kingdom Egyptians -- the height of the New Kingdom's might and territorial expanse. The complete range is available now, including Libyan and Nubian tribal auxiliaries:
http://khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/ne ... ptian.html

These were the Pharaohs of the XVIII dynasty, including Thutmosis III, the "Napoleon of Egypt," who never lost a battle, including the epic Battle Of Megiddo (Armageddon), and took the Empire as far as Mesopotamia.

This period was fairly distinctive from the later New Kingdom so often represented in miniature ranges. In this period the chariots and infantry were lighter and more mobile, with the empire of the attack. Later, reverses and dwindling resources would require that the infantry especially wear more armour.

Each of the three different chariot sets has three different drivers and three different noble archers for maximum posability in this important arm, and the queen who reigned for a time along with Thutmosis III, Hatshepsut, is also provided as an interesting variation for that set. There are also standardbearer runners for the command chariots, as well as Pharaoh's cheetah on a leash, and a certain wild and crazy pharaoh as well...

Egyptian chariot command set
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Archer infantry with net kilt armour
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Re: Khurasan releases Early New Kingdom Egyptians

Post by philqw78 » Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:16 am

Nice
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