Happily, it did.
It's a little hard to see the Table of Contents in this scan (it should be better if you click on it, however), but the book contains a number of battles from the Sertorian era, and these might just be what I'm looking for.
A quick inventory will show what can be put on a prufrockian table:
15 bases of Spanish heavy cavalry (18 if I add in some 'Iberianesque' Carthaginians),
8 bases of Spanish light cavalry,
16 bases of Gallic heavy cavalry,
12-19 units, depending on how I organise them.
6 bases of Samnites, who can I think pass for generic rough-and-ready cavalry from the period,
19 bases of mid Republican era heavy cavalry,
4 bases of Tarantine cavalry.
10-13 units, depending on how they are organised.
36 bases of caetrati type light infantry,
12 bases of archers,
20 bases of slingers,
32 bases of generic javelinmen.
Spanish medium infantry:
28 bases of Iberian scutarii,
44 bases of Celtiberian scutarii.
Marian-era Roman infantry:
96 bases of 'Blue' infantry,
96 bases of 'Red' infantry.
32-48 units, depending on how I organise them.
8 artillery pieces,
Sundry command stands and individually based figures.
I'm probably a little short of Spanish to do the bigger scenarios as they are presented here, but I'm sure I can adjust the numbers to fit as needed.
The next thing to think about it is which rules to use.
I have (in no particular order) Scutarii, Lost Battles, To the Strongest!, Might of Arms, Sword and Spear, Hail Caesar, modified Dux Bellorum, Warmaster Ancients, Armati, Commands & Colors, Classical Hack, or my homegrown set.
I think I want to avoid squares this time after using them for the battle day game, so that narrows things down a little. Also, if I want to change things up, it is probably a good idea to try a rule set I haven't played very much (or, indeed, at all!).
Well, we shall see. I'm not sure if I'll get a game in before I go back to New Zealand for a quick visit at the end of the month, but I can at least enjoy getting some planning and rules-learning done.