I’m frantically basing up the officers that I have, for command roles in the Ptolemaic army on Sunday. They are somewhat rushed, but will look fine from afar. Just don’t click! ;-)
The first stand, left, is the guard commander, Eurylochus the Magnesian. I've used Polemarch figures with a converted Foundry Perseus as a standard bearer, holding an Aventine standard.
The second stand, right, represents Phoxidas the Achaean, who led the Ptolemaic mercenaries
(thureophoroi, I have assumed). He played a key role in the battle, as it was their attack that routed the riff-raff on the Seleucid left. Polemarch minis, with a Foundry standard bearer.
Ptolemy, himself, will be travelling in the Royal Mail today, from Nick. In the finest traditions of show games, the varnish will, no doubt, be drying as I drive up the motorway! :-)