Chariots Égyptiens

Revue de Figurines de Nexus / Atlantic au 1/72

Chariots Égyptiens, 1/72 Figurines Nexus Atlantic 1802

The war chariot was introduced to Égypte by the Hyksos around 1650 av.Chr. Les Égyptiens recognized the combat value of the chariot, et they considerably improved it, making the véhicule lighter et more maneuverable. If necessary, a single man could carry a chariot on his shoulders. For nearly one thousand years charioteers formed the elite de l’armée égyptienne. The Pharao himself rode into battle on a war chariot. Nexus re-released les chariots égyptiens d’Atlantic which are popular avec joueurs de guerre et dioramistes alike. The box offers excellent value for money: six chariots et the selection of four different charioteers should be enough to raise an impressive force de cavalerie égyptienne pour jeux de guerre.


18 figurines en 4 poses – 24 mm correspondent à 173 cm hauteur de corps

  • Pharao avec Bow (3)
  • Charioteer avec épée (6)
  • Charioteer waving Bow (6)
  • Charioteer avec Arc, tirant (3)

Two-Horse Chariot (6)

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  • Choix de sujet excellent, these Atlantic figurines may be used to raise une armée égyptienne pour DBA. The spare chariotiers in this set can be used to fill the ranks of infantry units.
  • Good value for money, the set includes six chariots avec a choice of four different chariotiers. Surplus charioteers may be used to raise unités d’infanterie légère de l’armée égyptienne.
  • The figurines are naked except for the loin cloth, et they have been sculpted correctly. Facial features, anatomical details, weapons et shields will be fun to paint.
  • Useful wargaming poses. Ces figurines égyptiennes appear realistic et they will look nicely compatible when mounted on wargame infantry stands.
  • The painting examples on the box cover are an inspiration to miniature painters.
  • Compatible avec ESCI, et Italeri.
  • The figurines are exceptionally tall, especially considering the fact that peuples antiques were much shorter than we are today. Average figurine height varies, as it should, but even the shortest of these figurines turns out much too tall.
  • The chariot is too small to accomodate the typical crew of two men, le charioter et un archer. One of the figurines peut être convertie en charioter, et the figurine bases will have to be cut off to allow two figurines to fit into the chariot. Alternatively, a new chariot may be scratchbuilt from paper ou plastic card.
  • The wheel rims et spokes are much too thick, they make le chariot égyptien appear heavier than it actually was. Skilled modélistes may want to build lighter wheels from stretched sprue spokes et plastic card rims.
  • The horses are cast without bases, et it can be difficult to mount them on a wargame stand securely.

Emploi Historique

  • Armée DBA - Égyptiens de l’Antiquité

Possibilités de Conversions

  • The variety of poses may be increased by swapping heads among the figurines.


The Atlantic figurines are a must-have pour joueurs de guerre et dioramistes interested aux égyptians de l’antiquité.

Exemplair par Nexus

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