Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Silahposh of an Indian Prince

Silahposh were infantry fitted out with a panoply similiar to that of heavy cavalry. "Silah-posh" is a Hindustani word meaning "one who is armed."


They served in small numbers as a Prince's personal bodyguard. That still didn't ensure that they were loyal or would necessarily fight well  : )


They were generally armed with swords and muskets, although the ones I have are armed with hand weapons only - mostly due to the fact that finding armoured infantry firing or armed with musket was impossible!


Figures are a mix of Black Tree Design, Perry, Mithril Miniatures and Foundry.

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