Seljuk (or Seljuq, as DBA has it) Turks ... this is a refurb of a number of oddments that accumulated during the genesis of numerous Crusades games ... put together with a brand new Camp (courtesy of a ruined temple which I won at Partizan last year and which now has a use) ..
The figures are by Museum Miniatures and Essex, with a little help fom Camelot, Outpost (the cataphracts), Irregular, Battle Honours, Tabletop and Donningon (the Snake Charmer set) ...
(Kilij Arslan was Seljuq Sultan of Rum at the time of the First Crusade)
The bulk of the army is a mix of armoured and skirmishing horse archers.
(DBA III/74a Seljuq Turkoman cavalry)
Indeed, all of the rest of the optional troops can, instead, be Turkoman LH.
Or Turkomans ... I've gone with the ever willing Georgians (as 3Kn)
Or Turkomans ... I find a couple of Bw elements always good value in a DBA army.
Or Turkomans ... ordinarily I take the Agulani in order to boost up the strike power of the army.
The camp features a snake charmer and a man who has a performing monkey on his shoulder. My idea was something like 'the fall of Rome in the East' with a touch of Aladin ... There's a little audience gathering ... maybe some of these are pilgrims ...
(DBA III/74a Seljuq Turkish: camp)
As usual, the Camp Follower detaches for those rare occasions where this makes sense in a game ...
(DBA Turkish Camp Follower element: part of a charming set of Arabian figures in the Donningon - New Era - baggage and equipment range)
This army sits in my collection paired with Mongol Conquest.
(DBA Turks: camp scene)