Old Glory's King Arthur from their Arthur and his Knights pack. Something about the figure reminds me of a youthful, competent noble officer for the legions.
I forgot to mention in my earlier post that the Roman shield are all designs, including the above from the Notitia Dignitatum (List of Offices), a valuable, historical source for how the Late Empire was organized.
From the same pack as Arthur is one of his "knights". This figure, to me, screams old wily veteran.
The shield pattern above is found on both Roman and Gothic shields. I took my time painting that shield.
Speaking of Arthur, all of the following figures (I think) are from Wargames Foundry's Age of Arthur Range:
Mounted Arthur. Lately this guy has been leading Western Barbarian Armies.
Saxon leaders. Both of them I use for leading my barbarian hordes.
I like how the figure is leaning on his shield.
Dismounted Arthur, Priest and Civilian.
Armored Musician from Foundry's Late Roman range.
The figure above and below is from Foundry's Arthur range. Shield design from the Notitia Dignitatum.