The figures are base don 40x40mm bases and can be used in pretty much any system.
So I've photographed them again using a different, and much better lamp, a Habitat bargain and very bright. Seems to work.
Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin
The Armenians were allies of Pontus and acted as a buffer between Pontus and Parthian. Mithridates generally farmed his daughters out to his neighbours.
All the tribes around the Black Sea revered Mithridiates and formed a major part of all his armies and were there at the end as he planned an invasion of Rome through Romania and the Balkans. These will double as Gauls
The Galatians were a Celtic tribe who has occupied central Turkey. They were conquered by Mithridates, easy as they were constantly in a state of civil war. This could be more Gauls.
The Basternae fought with Mithidates in his early campaigns and are bat crap crazy. More Gauls! I have the basis for a Gallic army.
Being a Successor State and out of the way enough that they weren't constantly at war they had a Greek flavour, so these Companions were a classic heavy cavalry unit.
The Sarmatians were long standing allies and everybody loves cataphracts
I have lots of these and the makings of a Sarmatian army
These can double as Sarmatians to complete the army
A random small unit - can't think of anything useful to say
These were out of date when Mithridates used them in his early campaigns but they do look cool
The standard infantry. Couple of large units of these but a couple of bases of commanders to paint that I could add to give 4 smaller units
Phalanxes formed the backbone of his early armies but when the Romans slaughtered them he changed them for imitation legionaries, didn't really help though
Thank you for reading, again