Dux is Latin for “leader and later for duke and its variant forms (doge, duce, etc.). During the . King Arthur, in one of his earliest literary appearances, is described as dux bellorum (“dux of battles”) among the kings of the Romano-Britons in. Dux Bellorum: Arthurian Wargaming Rules AD (Osprey Wargames) [ Daniel Mersey, José Daniel Cabrera Peña] on *FREE* shipping on . Some of you may have already seen or even written a review on the new rules Dux Bellorum, by Dan Mersey. I’ve been meaning to write up.

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Such appointments were made to deal with specific military situations when the threat to be countered seemed beyond the capabilities of the province-based military command structure that had characterised the Roman army of the High Empire.

The Extraordinarii 8 September at Nice one Ray, I have seen them on Amazon and was tempted before. Ray Rousell 8 September at I’ve been meaning to write up mine for some belkorum now, but school holidays and life just got in the way, so its a bit later than I would really have liked to but here goes anyway.

The plastics out there right now for this period are great and if you are buying minis anyway you should give it a try. In writing his commentaries on the Gallic WarsJulius Caesar uses the term only for Celtic generals, with one exception for a Roman commander who held no official rank. A very interesting rulebook, easy to play. As I previously said you may have seen other reviews, so I won’t warble on too much about the technical side of the rules and I’ll keep my review quite simple.


Sounds tempting- though I haven’t yet had a chance to give Saga a once around the block: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced sux from May Silver Whistle 7 September at Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. I already own stacks of 25mm later Dark Age figures, if, if! Michael Awdry 6 September at It looks like there can be some overlap with SAGA, so with some clever basing, I might be able to play all 3 with the same groups of figures.

Looking forward to following this, I plan to make my bellorm army 6mm Austrian but you never know Ian. I’ve been interested in picking up a copy and I think I’ll give it a go.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Have a nice weekend best regards Michael.

Thanks for the review and they sound a very interesting set of rules there. Retrieved from ” https: Thanos 6 September at None of them appear game breaking. Bedford 7 September at Emilio 6 September at David Cooke 8 September at Foundation Kingdom overthrow Republic.


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I have the rules and I do like them! Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini used the title of dux and duce in Italian to represent his leadership.

Laughing Ferret 7 September at The figures are based for DBA but as the rules themselves say, this won’t be a problem. The Roman called dux is Publius Crassuswho was too young to hold a commission; see discussion of his rank.

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This dux was superior to all other duces within the dioceses and when the vicarius called the legions of the dioceses into action, all of the legions were at the dux’s bellourm. Came here by searching for how to increase twitter followers Also visit my blog: The Arthurian bellorm is my big project for next year albeit in 28mm.

I’ve already collected most of the stuff I need from Bill at Musketeer and am waiting for him to finish off the rest of his Romano British and then I’ll start. Sadly I’ve not used them for around 6 years, I really do need to get them out!!! Phil 6 September at Just going to use the Roman and Celt lists in the book.