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Warriors of the late BC centuries (part 3)
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Scorponizer Mar 19 2012 says:

Looks good :)

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Thorakitai Agematos Basilikou (Hellenic Elite Spearmen)

The Seleukid Hypaspistai went through a myriad of changes, trying to keep up with the ever shifting dynamic of warfare. One innovation was the creation of heavy units, at first using a mix of Greek and Gallic organization, but later adopting structures similar to the Romans. The myth of the imitation legionary was born from this, though in reality the units still used Greek tactics and equipment that had been around for the better part of one hundred years before any Roman influence. These soldiers represent the heaviest units organized in this regard, and their esprit de corps is unmatched by any but the most elite soldiers in other factions. Use them well, for they are the fist of any infantry assault.

Artwork from Europa Barbarorum (a mod for Rome:Total War)

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