Loading...
 
Print

Ayubbid Egyptian

Ayyubid Egyptian

Navigation - HomePage - The Rise of Rome - Storm of Arrows - Immortal Fire - Legions Triumphant - Swords and Scimitars - Eternal Empire - Decline and Fall - Wolves from The Sea - Swifter Than Eagles

Historical Overview Section


The Ayyubid Dynasty was founded by Saladin in 1169. The name comes from Saladin's father and Shirkuh's brother, Najm ad-Din Ayyub. In 1171, Saladin deposed the last Fatimid Caliph and then seized control of the interior of the entirety of Syria, and even Northern Iraq. He also achieved control of the Hejaz and Yemen. His greatest accomplishment was his defeat of the Later Crusader states at the Battle of Hattin and conquest of Jerusalem in 1187. By the end of that year he had conquered virtually all of the Kingdom.

The Empire was reduced by the 3rd Crusade and was divided up on Saladin's death among his three sons. The Ayyubids continued to rule Damascus and Aleppo until 1260, when they were driven out by the Ilkhanid Mongols, and following the Mongol defeat at Ain Jalut later that year, most of Syria fell to the Mamluk Egyptians. Local Ayyubid dynasties continued to rule in parts of Syria (most notably Hamah) for another 70 years, until the Mamluk Egyptians finally absorbed them in 1334.

Using the army in FoG


include your tactical tips or advice in here

UK Tournament Results with this army

2 / 62 Ayyubid Egyptian Britcon 2008 15mm (open)
2 / 16 AYYUBID EGYPTIAN Scottish Open 2008 (open)
13 / 14 SS13 Ayyubid Egyptian Northern League 2008 R4 (open)

User-contributed links about this army:

Allies

  • Syrian States (Syrian Ayyubids) : Dates: Any Swords and Scimitars page 29 : Compulsary Bw/Sw cavalry, optional cavalry and LH lancers, more Bw/Sw - and some cheap foot units. Worth looking at
  • Khwarazmian : Dates: 1244 to 1245 Swords and Scimitars page 35 : Bw/Sw Superior Armoured Cavalry, and Bw/Sw LH or Protected Cavalry to support - fairly standard Arab ally

15mm Manufacturers supplying figures for this army

You can see some of the figures in the Ancients Photo Gallery also on this site. This listing only covers "arabic" figures - Turk/Hunninc/Mongol figures are omitted as nearly everyone does some of them.

Image Image Image Image

Core Troops


Which troops are absolutely needed for this army, and what are your thoughts on how to organise, paint and buy them.

Army Lists

Sample army lists for this army

Name of Army / Date

  • Using asterisks inthe edit mode creates a bulleted list in the actual site
  • This is a lot easier to do than easier than setting up tables
  • For FoG I suggest listing your army in order or march
  • with troop desctiptions on each line, for example
  • 4 HF Armoured Average Drilled Impact Foot Swordsmen
  • 8 LG Undrilled Unarmoured Poor Bowen
  • Dont forget to include your Generals !!!

Include any notes you want here, including comments on how to use - or play against - the army.

Remember to leave a line before you copy the above section as a template for your own list

eBay Listings


UK Bookstore




Created by admin. Last Modification: Saturday 03 of July, 2010 18:46:32 BST by admin. (Version 14)
Powered by Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware | Theme: Arcturus - Smartiki
Powered by TikiPowered by PHPPowered by SmartyMade with CSS
Page Loads for The Wiki
View Traffic Stats for the Wiki

The graphical theme on this wiki is a clumsily tweaked version of the very nice Faulkner theme from Demus Design. The good bits come from them, anything iffy comes from madaxeman.com

Some of the material on this site comes from Wikipedia. It is reproduced in both edited and unedited forms under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

Wikipedia Affiliate Button

Any content contributed to this site is also provided under the terms of this same license, and by providing content you are both agreeing to these terms and confirming that any content you provide is not covered by any other copyright or restriction. If you are an author or owner of content which you believe is being reproduced on this site without authorisation or in breach of existing copyright please contact the webmaster. As this site is open for public editing, www.madaxeman.com takes no responsibility for the accuracy of content herein.


About This Site & Privacy Information

Google Search

 
www.madaxeman.com
WWW