Corinth and Mantinea

As the titles said, I’ve drawn the battlefields for Corinth and Mantinea.  You are probably wondering where the roads are.  Well, battlefield road marches were not really a feature in Ancient warfare up through the Medieval period.   This is because of the lack of formation drill that would allow a large formation of men to go from column to line quickly.  Roads, therefore, would be completely cosmetic.

I’ve added a different style of rivers as displayed the the Corinth map.

Corinth.  Both armies start within three hexes of their respective baselines. Allies on top and Spartans on the bottom.

Mantinea. Both armies start within three hexes of their respective baselines. Allies on top and Thebans on the bottom.

As usual, you can print these maps on US Letter paper at 90DPI.

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