Initial dispositions. Greeks on the left, Romans on the right. Each unit represents about 500 men or 5 elephants, though the units of Triarii represent fewer men. The phalanx units are also treated differently for this battle using an optional rule. Normally they would be two units wide by two units deep. In this case they are being treated as one unit wide by two units deep. Since I had enough figures for this battle each unit had two bases, except for the elephants and the Triarii who only had one base per unit. When the bases are placed side by side the unit is in open order and when placed one behind the other they are in close order. Units can also be represented with a single base instead of two. The rules allow the use of armies based for DBX/FOG, Warmaster, and others.
View from the other end. Italian allies on right. Almost all the figures in the Roman army are from Rapier miniatures. The phalangites are also all from Rapier. The Greek lancers are from Bacchus. Other figures are mostly Heroics and Ros and some Irregular Miniatures infantry and elephants.
Charles on the right. Manny Granillo owner of Hoplite Research center.
The other end of the battlefield. One of the Roman cavalry units has failed its morale test and has become shaken.
Additional views from behind the Greek line.