Apologies for the quality of the pictures - the lighting around my wargames table isn't really up photography standard! I haven't included any close up shots as they are already covered in the blogs on the individual contingents.
I've included a Gallic contingent from my Gallic army as Gallic mercenaries were an important component of many later armies.
I think the first photo shows up the lighting problems quite well.
Down the army from the right flank. The first line consists of light infantry, second line cavalry, third line is the 'battle' line of close order infantry and Carthaginian/African cavalry whilst the elephants bring up the rear. It would have been nice to have laid everything out 2 deep with cavalry on the flanks but space limitations got in the way.
Troops in the cavalry line are Numidians, then Spanish, finally Gauls. The close order line starts with Liby/Phoenician cavalry, then Citizen cavalry, Libyan spears, Spanish then finally Gauls.
This photo shows the Spanish and Gallic components. For the Gauls, I didn't bother about an accurate infantry count, I simply used enough to fill that space whilst looking like a substantial force. The current Minifigs Gallic army has also been photographed and I'll put those out later.