I had failed to bring enough camp followers, or perhaps the donkey was enough. Either way it was well defended from the invading Greeks. It also generated interesting comments from passers-by.
The Greek general flees. What more can I say, but "Nice move!" Some good fighting (read die rolls) by the Visigoths broke the Greek line, which was just as well as their cavalry was working around the flank, although finding it hard going against the Visigoth bowmen.
I was so used to fighting knights I was surprised at the resilience of cavalry. I also found out the road does give a movement advantage, not just a command one as I thought.
Simple rules maybe, but I do find they produce a challenging game that can be played in a hour without too much fuss. Perfect for a weeknight at the club.