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Ptolemaic "Royal Guard" Cavalry
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Super7700 Oct 12 2013, 4:19pm says:

They are looking brilliant! I really like those shields. Also, the detail on those buildings behind them is superb, with all the Hieroglyphs decorating the columns and walls.

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The Ptolemies recruited a regiment of cavalry for their royal guard or royal quadron ("Agema Basileus"). They accompanied the king while on campaign and while in battle and were his personal body guard.

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