Centurion Publius Cornelius Scipio Craft Template
Learning through play with the Centurio craft template
Parents can support and encourage their children's play by providing them with the right materials.
Our Historicals series, from Forum Traiani, consists of small three-dimensional play figures modeled after ancient Roman times. With the help of these figures, children can experience history in a simple and playful way!
Inform yourself, history is so interesting, also dive back into the exciting world of the past and pass on rediscovered knowledge in the game to your children.
Take the colored craft templates as an opportunity to deal with ancient cultures again .
- Colored craft template Historicals
- Several sheets á 30x21cm
- Figure height about 9-13cm
- First-class print quality
- self-explanatory craft instructions
- Age group: 6+
A little excursion into history
The Roman army consisted of many legions.
1 legion was 10 cohorts or 60 centurions or a total average of 5500 men.
Each of these centurions, in which between 75 and 100 men served, was presided over by a centurion.
This was the Roman fighter who was the model for the Centurio craft template.
Centurion pattern based on historical model
And how did the Roman Centurion come so easily on cardboard?
His historical model was carefully scrutinized to ensure that no mistakes were made.
And so the little centurion got his helmet with the crista transversa, the helmet bush, which he could wear crosswise and lengthwise depending on the occasion, and a sword, which only the centurion was allowed to wear on the left side, for ordinary legionaries it hung on the right.
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