place Gloucester on the right Hastings on the left and Edward leading the central battle (keeping an eye on his brother Clarence who was also Warwicks son in law and had only recently defected to Edward )
However the first history written after the battle places Gloucester on the left and Hastings on the right, the same as the battle of Tewkesbury later that year, as the left battle was outflanked and took a fair bit of damage maybe the Yorkist put a spin on it later on and said Gloucester was on the right all along?
Gloucester, Edward and Clarence all had they're retinues in the same deep red and blue livery
Here we have Edward with his standard and a herald.
And from the back.
Here is a unit of dismounted men at arms flying the royal banner and the banner of Lord Sale which can be used as an alternative command unit.
Some Flemish handguners Edward is reported to have brought over with him from burgundy.
Gloucester's battle, a unit of men at arms ,with his banner and personal sign ,a bull. The spears who were definitely at Tewkesbury have been given lord Audleys banner which is probably not accurate but at least he was at Barnet and Tewkesbury.
Lord Hastings battle is the final one archers bill and cannon under his distinctive, graphic banner and a shot of the whole army .I will be adding to both armies even though they are only now finally finished with bases and flags. I have the Perrys plastic dismounted men at arms box and I fancy doing some more bills and bows as I don't think either army is really big enough for hail Caeser which is what we will probably use.
Oh and for Tim here is my kitchen, I've just finished painting the walls, ceiling skirting newel posts, spindles and units.
Now it's all about the Analogue painting challenge and of course Merry Christmas!
All the best Iain