Infantry Fought

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Battle Of Utica - Opening Moves - The Carthaginian Response - Composition of Forces
... wore armor, leg greaves, Greek style helmets, carried a round shield, long spear and sword and fought in Phalanx formation ... The Libyan heavy infantry fought in close formation, armed with long spears and round shields, wearing helmets and linen cuirasses ... The light Libyan infantry carried javelins and a small shield, same as Iberian light infantry ...
Battle Of Messene - Path To Messene - Carthaginian Cohorts
... The Libyans supplied both heavy and light infantry and formed the most disciplined units of the army ... The heavy infantry fought in close formation, armed with long spears and round shields, wearing helmets and linen cuirasses ... The light Libyan infantry carried javelins and a small shield, same as Iberian light infantry ...
Siege Of Akragas (406 BC) - Nature of Opposing Forces
... The Libyans supplied both heavy and light infantry and formed the most disciplined units of the army ... The heavy infantry fought in close formation, armed with long spears and round shields, wearing helmets and linen cuirasses ... The light Libyan infantry carried javelins and a small shield, same as Iberian light infantry ...
Yom Kippur War - Combat Operations - In The Sinai - Israeli Forces Across The Suez
... As the Israelis pushed towards Ismailia, the Egyptians fought a delaying battle, falling into defensive positions further north as they came under increasing pressure from ... from the south, destroying 20 tanks and overrunning infantry positions before being halted by Sagger rockets and minefields ... battalion attacked from southwest, and was stopped by fortified infantry ...

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