What Armies are in the Field of Glory Army List Books

I had a quick scan of the lists for Field of Glory and I was surprised how many armies I have. Unfortunately they are scattered across the various books of army lists which meant I had to buy most of the supplements.

I’ve highlighted the armies I can field in Bold or as a hyperlink.

I wanted a Spreadsheet so I could easily make FoG army lists. The Field of Glory: Le site francophone has a good spreadsheet at La feuille d’armée FoG par Olivier Dader.

Swifter Than Eagles – The Biblical Middle East at War

Not my cup of tea.

Nubian; Early Libyan; Later Sumerian Or Akkadian; Old Or Middle Kingdom Egyptian; Hyksos; Mitanni; Syro-Canaanite; New Kingdom Egyptian; Later Minoan Or Early Mycenaean; Hittite Empire; Middle Or Early Neo-Assyrian; Later Mycenaean Or Trojan; Sea Peoples; Philistine; Neo-Hittite And Aramaean; Later Hebrew; Libyan Egyptian; Urartian; Median; Neo-Elamite; Cimmerian Or Early Skythian; Neo-Assyrian Empire; Kushite Egyptian; Neo-Babylonian Empire

Immortal Fire – The Greek, Persian & Macedonian Wars 550 BC – 146 BC (FOG 3)

Classical Greek; Early Achaemenid Persian; Lydian; Thracian; Syracusan; Early Carthaginian; Skythian or Saka; Kyrenean Greek; Late Dynastic Egyptian; Alexandrian Macedonian; Later Achaemenid Persian; Classical Indian; Early Successor; Early Sarmatian; Galatian; Hellenistic Greek; Graeco-Bactrian; Graeco-Indian and Indo-Greek

The Rise of Rome – Republican Roman at War 280 BC to 25 BC (FOG 1)

For the history of this period see my Punic Wars and Roman conquest of Hispania (240 – 20 BC). The army lists in the book are:

  • Mid Republican Roman 280 – 105 BC;
    • Mid-Republican Roman Allies
  • Late Republican Roman 105 – 25 BC;
    • Late Republican Roman Allies
    • Bithynian Allies
  • Gallic 400 – 50 BC;
    • Gallic Allies
    • Ligurian Allies
  • Pyrrhic 280 – 272 BC;
  • Later Carthaginian 275 – 146 BC;
    • Bruttian or Lucanian Allies
    • Late Campanian Allies
  • Illyrian c350 – 100 BC;
    • Paionian Allies
  • Ancient Spanish 250 – 1 BC including Iberian, Celtiberian, Lusitanian;
    • Ancient Spanish Allies
  • Later Macedonian 260 – 148 BC;
  • Attalid Pergamene 262 – 129 BC;
    • Attalid Pergamene Allies
    • Kappadokian Allies
  • Numidian or Early Moorish c250 BC – 50 AD;
    • Numidian or early Moorish Allies
  • Later Seleucid 205 – 63 BC;
  • Later Ptolemaic 166 – 30 BC;
  • Pontic 110 – 47 BC;
  • Spartacus Slave Revolt 73 – 71 BC;
  • Early Armenian 331 BC – 252 AD;
    • Early Armenian Allies
  • Parthian 250 BC – 225 AD;
    • Parthian or media Atropatene Allies
    • Adiabene, Edessan or Hatran Allies
    • Elymaian Allies
    • Commagene Allies
    • Early Arab Allies
    • Later Skythian or Saka Allies
  • Later Jewish 167 BC – 6 AD;
    • Later Jewish Allies
    • Nabatean Allies
  • Bosporan 348 BC – 375 AD;

Legions Triumphant – Imperial Rome 25 BC to 493 AD ()

Dominate Roman; Principate Roman; Foederate Roman; Later Sarmatian; Early German; Dacian or Carpi; Ancient British; Caledonian; Early Alan; Jewish Revolt; Sassanid Persian; Kushan or Indo-Skythian; Palmyran; Early Frankish, Alamanni, Burgundi, Limigantes, Rugian, Suevi or Turcilingi; Western Hunnic; Early Visigothic & Early Vandal; Early Ostrogothic, Herul, Sciri or Taifali; Early Anglo-Saxon, Bavarian, Frisian, Old Saxon or Thuringian; Gepid or Early Lombard; Early Scots Irish; Early Pictish; Hephthalite Hunnic

Wolves From The Sea – The Hairy European Dark Ages (FOG 8)

Post Roman British; Early Welsh; Later Scots-Irish; Merovingian Frankish; Later Pictish; Early Slavic; Middle Anglo Saxon; Astur Leonese; Andalusian; Early Navarrese; Carolingian Frankish; Viking; Magyar; Great Moravian; Early Scots; Rus; Norse Irish; Early Medieval French; Early Medieval German; Norman; Early Polish; Anglo Danish

Decline & Fall – Byzantium and Islam (493 AD to 1071 AD)

Early Byzantine; Maurikian Byzantine; Thematic Byzantine; Nikephorian Byzantine; Later Moorish; Later Visigothic; African Vandal; Italian Ostrogothic; Early South Slav; Lombard; Avar; Arab Conquest; Early Bulgar; Ummayad Arab; Abbasid Arab; Early North African Dynasties; Khurasanian Dynasties; Bedouin Dynasties; Dailami Dynasties; Pecheneg; Ghaznavid; Western Turkish (includes Khazar);

Swords & Scimitars – The Crusades (1096 AD to 1311 AD)

OK, I admit I don’t have any armies but this is a fascinating period and I’ve occasionally run mini-campaigns in this setting.

Early Crusader; Later Crusader; Fatimid Egyptian; Georgian; Seljuk Turk; Cuman; Komnenan Byzantine; Post Latin Conquest Byzantine; Ilkhanid Mongol; Mamluk Egyptian; Cilician Armenian; Syrian States; Khwarazmian; Ayyubid Egyptian; Middle Serbian; Middle Bulgarian; Medieval Cypriot; Latin Greece; Pecheneg ;

Oath of Fealty: Feudal Europe at War

Feudal Catalan and Early Crown Of Aragon; Early Hungarian; Taifa Andalusian; Feudal Navarrese and Aragonese; Feudal Castilian Leonese or Portuguese; Fanatic Berber; Italo-Norman; Feudal French; Imperial German; Feudal German; Communal Italian; Papal Italian; Early Scots Isles And Highlands; Feudal Scots; Early Russian; Feudal Polish; Anglo-Norman; Later Welsh; Early Lithuanian or Samogitian; Wendish Prussian or Estonian; Early Medieval Frisia and Other Free Cantons; Post-Viking Scandinavian; Early Plantagenet English; Later Sicilian; Early Medieval Irish; Early Anglo-Irish; Early Teutonic Knights; Mongol Invasion; Early Granadine; Middle Plantagenet English;

Storm of Arrows – Western Europe in the Later Middle Ages (1300 AD to 1500 AD)

Medieval French; 100-yrs War English (Continental); 100-yrs War English (Britain); Later Medieval Scots (Britain); Later Medieval Scots (Continental); Later Scots Isles & Highlands; Medieval Welsh; Later Anglo-Irish; Medieval Irish; Low Countries; Later Medieval German; Italian Condotta; Swiss; Free Company; Medieval Burgundian; Medieval Danish; Medieval Swedish; Medieval Castilian; Medieval Crown of Aragon; Medieval Portugese; Later Granadine; Navarrese; Ordonnance French; Wars of the Roses English; Ordonnance Burgundian; Santa Hermandad Nueva Castilian

Eternal Empire – Eastern Europe and the Rise of the Ottomans (1300 AD to 1500 AD)

Early Ottoman Turkish; Later Ottoman Turkish; Tatar; Later Russian; Later Serbian Empire; Later Bulgarian; Later Lithuanian; Later Polish; Later Teutonic Knights; Catalan Company; Middle Hungarian; Moldavian or Wallachian; Albanian; Timurid, White Sheep Turcoman or Black Sheep Turcoman; Later Hungarian; Hussite ;

Blood and Gold – Armies of the Americas

Unfortunately my figures are just piles of unpainted lead at the moment.

Olmec; Teotihuacan; West Mexican; Zapotec Or Mixtec; Toltec; Chinantec; Tarascan; Tlaxcalan Confederacy; Mochica; Chanca; Chimu; Hatun-Colla; Cañari; Mapuche Or Araucanian; Amazonian Forest Tribes; Tupi; Pueblo Culture; Chichimec; South-Eastern Woodland Culture; Timucuan; Eastern Woodland Culture; Plains Tribe Culture; Pacific North-West Culture

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