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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Centuriate Curiate Plebeian Tribal. Sounds like you have found your mate, Sir. Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from May Ancient Roman titles Latin words and phrases Military ranks of ancient Rome.
In the late 10th and early 11th centuries, a doux or katepano was belloruj charge of large circumscriptions consisting of several smaller themata and of the professional regiments tagmata of the Byzantine army as opposed to the largely militia-like forces of most themata. I have the rules and I do like them!
Paul of the Man Cave 6 September at During the Roman Republicdux could refer to anyone who commanded troops, including foreign leaders, but was not a formal military rank. As with the governors, the vicarius was assisted by a dux. I stole the idea in the Dux Bellorum rulebook for sabot bases with round holes in them to turn the Saga belolrum figures into units Warbases in the UK cut them to my specs.
Anonymous 14 February at This page was last edited on 5 Decemberat Jonathan 6 September at Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini used the title of dux and duce in Italian to represent his leadership.
I have had a good look at these too, but im worried about all the customs carry on, they do look nice though. John de Terre Neuve 6 September at It’s good to have you back on the blogosphere, we missed you!
Christopher aka Axebreaker 6 September at The Angry Lurker 6 September at Darth Phil 6 September at Laughing Ferret 7 September at Dux is also the root of various high feudal noble titles of peerage rank, such as the English dukethe French ducthe Spanish and Portuguese duquethe Venetian dogethe Italian duca and duceand the Byzantine Greek dukas or doukas Gr. While the title of dux could refer to a consul or imperatorit usually refers to the Roman governor of the provinces.
Any scale can be used as it’s based measurements are done in base widths.
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You can use individual bases but they’d need to be on a larger base as well. Thanks for sharing, they seem to tick all the right boxes for a set of rules. Ian 6 September at Im resisting for now though Will these rules work with individual basing or are they more traditionally based?
Your favourite period and a set of good rules, hmmmm I reckon it’s only a matter of time. Ive read it through a few times and i have the feeling it will play well. Came here by searching for how to increase twitter followers Nellorum visit my blog: For other uses, see Dux disambiguation.
WOW just what I was looking for.
Have a good start mate! Silver Whistle 7 September at D4 6 September at Please help improve this section by bellkrum citations to reliable sources. Foundation Kingdom overthrow Republic.
Who makes these please? I know what you mean, 25’s always look superb, but 15’s more affordable for me!! Ray Rousell 6 September at Retrieved from ” https: Duces differed from praesides who were the supreme civil as well as military authority within their provinces in that the function of the former was purely military. Good review Ray, im with you on this one, the Warlord books are great, and Dux Bellorum is a great looking game.
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Thanks for this, Ray. Have a nice weekend best regards Michael. You know I don’t game Ray, so I’ll just say this. Gotta agree both GB and Musketeer are awesome figures, and I will check out the forum, thanks!
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