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(15mm) 15CRL2 Carolingian Imperial Scara

A scara was a contingent or unit of soldiers, the term is a Latinized form of an ancient German word meaning 'group'. Although of uncertain composition, the scarae are thought by many modern historians to have been permanently embodied units of elite cavalry, because in the primary sources, they are generally described as being tasked to important missions that required high mobility.

In this pack you'll find four mounted figures in three different poses, horse and riders separate.
£4.50

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A scara was a contingent or unit of soldiers, the term is a Latinized form of an ancient German word meaning 'group'. Although of uncertain composition, the scarae are thought by many modern historians to have been permanently embodied units of elite cavalry, because in the primary sources, they are generally described as being tasked to important missions that required high mobility. In this pack you'll find four mounted figures in three different poses, horse and riders separate.

Additional Information

Date from 639
Date to 888
Bases per pack No
Base description No
Figures per pack No
Base Size 1 No
Price of book and army No
Rule System No

15CRL2 Carolingian Imperial Scara