This army represents 21st -24th dynasty northern Egypt, which was heavily influenced by a Libyan warrior class.
There are 3 Light Chariot elements (including the General), and 1 of cavalry. The colour scheme for the Pharaoh’s chariot is based on a fresco in the British Museum – colourful, but anachronistic.
Unusually for a Biblical army, this army contains 3 warband. It would be a lot easier to use if there were 4 of them though, as 1 is always unsupported. The Wb elements represent Libyan warriors of the Meshwesh and Libu tribes. They are depicted in Egyptian art as having quite light skins, and tattoos.
The remainder of the army is quite a mixed bag – 1 Bw, 1 Bd, and 3 Ps elements. The Bd represents the Royal Guard, so should more properly be the Shardana Royal Guard figures that I have yet to paint, rather than the New Kingdom close fighters here. Once I paint more Libyans for my DBMM100 army, I might use some of them rather than the Nubian psiloi, but both are in the DBMM army list, so they are OK.
I realised this summer that I have enough figures painted to field a New Kingdom Egyptian army too.
Most figures are Essex Miniatures, but the excellent Libyans are Magister Militum, and the blade are Museum Miniatures.