Friday, 24 August 2012

Index - Storm within the Empire

Updated:  12-10-2021


Project Rome - post 2nd Punic War

The Consular army First Legion done, the Allied Legions, in battle array
Timeline Hispania part one, part two
The Spanish the Iberians, the Celtiberian and Lusitanian armies, in battle array.
Campaign Rule Set  the Maps, the campaign system
Quick Play Campaign  testing the (revised) campaign, Sasan 459 AD, Eutropius 398 AD
Quick Play Campaign  uploaded to DBA Wiki   
Stratagems the Ambush, Rapid Deployment, Flank March, Choosing the Battlefield,
Optional rules Uneven sides, An assessmentInsubordination,

Historical Match ups
The Consular Army vs. Numidia, Numidia (pt.2), the Iberian, Lusitania, Lusitania (pt.2), Celtiberia, Celtiberia (pt.2), Gallic, Gallic (pt.2), Seleucid, Cimbri-Teutones,


Armies and Enemies of Rome, the Severan Dynasty (Eastern).

Rome: the Legions, the Auxilia, the Cavalry, the Artillery and Bowmen, Indigenous troops, the Generals and Battle Array, the Order of Battle.
Arabo-Aramean: Kingdom of Hatra, Kingdom of Adiabene
Pre-Islamic Arab: the Research, the Miniatures, two commands completed.
Parthia: the Miniatures, in Battle Array
Armenia: the Research, the Miniatures, Armies in battle array
Sassan: the Research, the Cataphractthe Elephant Corps, the Levy, the Asavaran cavalry, Nomad Horse Archers, in Battle Array
Armies of the Caucusus: Colchis/Lazika, Iberia, Albania
Sarmatia the Collection
Tervingi: the Tervingi
Alan: the Alani
Palmyra, 2nd century - a speculative list
Meroitic Kushite Background, Conversions, the Miniatures, Meroitic Kush and Noba


Armies and Enemies of Rome, the Severan Dynasty (Western).

Rome: the Legions, the Auxilia, the Cavalry, the Artillery and Bowmen, the Generals and Battle Array, Order of Battle.
Early Germans  the Marcomanni,
Northwest Frontier  PictsCaledonian, Britain (late 2nd c. rebellion)
Dacia  the Carpi
Africa  Later Moors

Historical Match ups
Severarn Army (Western) vs Sarmatian, Early German, Later Moorish, Caledonian, Tervingi, Pictish, Later Roman
Severan Army (Eastern) vs. Meroitic-Kushite, Arabo-Aramean, Armenia, Parthia, Carpi, Nobades, Middle Imperial Rome, Sassanid,


Late Imperial Rome and Early Byzantine

Introduction, the Late Imperial Roman Army, Administration, Timeline, the Barbarians, Sources and Recommended Reading, Barbarian Gallery
Scenarios Battle of Auha 291 AD, Auha Battle Report, Battle of Utus 447 AD
Late Imperial Rome, Patrician Rome, the Huns

Historical Match ups
Late Imperial Roman (Western) vs. Pictish, Alan, Later Moors, Tervingi, Early Vandals, Ostrogoth, Burgundi, Suevi.
Late Imperial Roman (Eastern) vs. Sarmatian, Armenian, Carpi, Goth AlaricSassanidHunnic, Patrician Roman.
Early Byzantine vs. Nomad Arab, NobadesLater Moorish, Sassanid, Gepid, African Vandal, Early Lombard, Italian Ostrogoth, The Burgundi
Sassanid  ('a' sub-list) vs. Arabo-Aramean, Pre-Islamic Arab, Armenia, Parthia, Middle Imperial Roman, Alani
Playing the Big Battle Option the Deployment , Composition of Commands , Tactics
Battle of Callinicum, 531 AD, the battle report, 359 AD, Rome and Armenia battle the Sassanid, Uprising in Perse-Armenia, Rome recrosses the frontier

Campaigns - Migration to Kingdom
Introduction,  407 AD, 408 AD, 409 AD, Franks and German Confederation, Battle of Calama, Bonifacius and Vandal Threat
Invasion of Hispania 409 AD. Timeline, 409 - 419 AD, 420 - 429 AD, Assessment
Roman Britain 410 AD, Campaign, An assessment
Kingdom of Francia, Merovingian Franks, Timeline, Armorica, Avars,


Under the Black Banner, (the Caliphate)

Introduction, Christian Nubian, Muslim North Africa, Tulunid Egyptian, Umayyad, Abbasid, Arab Indian, Baghdad Buyid, Nobades, Samanid,

Historical Match Ups

Scenarios: Battle of Zab River, the analysis, the battle

Refurbishing the Arab Collection


DBA Terrain by Category

Introduction, Arable, Forest, Hilly, Steppe, Dry, Tropical, Littoral, Scatter Material, Celtic Village, Hellenistic Camp, Early Roman camp,


Biblical Era (3000 BC - 1500 BC)


Historical Match Ups


Enlarging the Single Command to 24 elements.



Background Research

Historical Scenarios

DBA Fantasy
An Orc-Goblin army, restoration project

2 comments:

  1. Hello the punic war is a good thema. I write also a blog about this war with DBA3.0 go there and have a look: "https://chretiendbasolobattlereport.blogspot.com/"

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  2. You have a good start with your blog. You can contact me at timurilank (at) aol dot com. I would also suggest to join the DBA Fanaticus Forum if you are not already a member. https://fanaticus.boards.net/forum

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