Though good-quality Spanish troops seem to have been in somewhat limited supply, the few mercenaries used in earlier armies, and the picked levies Hannibal brought into Italy (8000 infantry and perhaps 2000 cavalry) were excellent troops. The majority infantry type used seem to have been heavier-equipped Ax(S) or, in the case of Celtiberians, Wb(F), scutarii, though lighter-equipped Ps(S) caetrati probably also made a showing.
Spanish troops holding the right flank of the Carthaginian army on the march: in front heavy cavalry Cv(O) closely supported by Ps(S) caetrati, behind them Ax(S) scutarii, and light horse Lh(O) on the extreme flank.
Spanish Cv(O) being supported by Ps(S) caetrati light foot. The scutarii heavier troops are emerging from a field of wheat.
Spanish Lh(O) in Carthaginian employ.