De Bellis Antiquitatis (DBA)

DBA Rules Cover

DBA Rules Cover

De Bellis Antiquitatis or DBA for short, is a rule set for playing battles of the ancient and medieval periods with miniature models. Probably its most distinctive features are a command and control system based on PIPs (the result of a 6 side dice roll), its fixed number of bases or units (12) and the obscure and difficult to read English used to write the rulebook

Early Imperial Roman Army (II/56)

Early Imperial Roman Army (II/56)

DBA was written by Phil Barker and first published on 1990, its latest version (2.2) was published on 2004 and it still maintains a large base of players all around the world

Ancient British Army (II/53)

Ancient British Army (II/53)

Currently I should be able to field the following armies for DBA:

  • II/49 Marian Roman
  • II/53 Ancient British
  • II/56 Early Imperial Roman
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