Cardboard model making Roman tribune, Roman high officer, historicals

Item number: HIMP-005

Handicraft instructions Historicals tribune are ideal and active gaming entertainment for pupils and teachers. Handicraft instructions Historicals are also well-suited for children's birthdays. Roman soldiers: The tribune and the Roman army as paper craft model.

Category: DIY paper cut out sheets

2,99 €
≈ £ 2.75

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Shipping time: 2 - 3 days


Shipping weight:
0,15 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
4,00 × 3,00 × 12,00 cm

Handicraft instructions Roman tribune

The Romans and us

Those who want to understand our world and civilization have to understand history. Hardly any other culture has influenced our modern society as much as the Romans did. Be it the language or in the sphere of the military, where the Roman tribune served as a model for modern officers.

To learn from history

A helpful method is to get to know Roman commodities to literally grasp history. Now, you don’t need to get the real uniform a tribune wore from some museum, a reproduction made from durable, printed paper fulfills the same purpose – especially if the pupils have to assemble the objects from its parts, as shown in the example of this Roman tribune.

The handicraft instructions of the new line “Historicals of Forum Traiani ®” offers the right approach to teach children the life of a far-away, historical past in a playful manner.

  • Colored paper craft instruction Historicals
  • Several sheets á 30 x 21 cm
  • Figure height ca. 9-13 cm
  • Premium-class print quality
  • Self-explaining manual
  • Suitable for the age: 6+

The Roman tribune in his role as officer

The “handicraft instructions Historicals tribune” shows the Roman tribune of the military. It can’t be left unmentioned that officials and elected officeholders of that time were called tribune, too – but usually with an additional title. The Roman tribune of the military was always a highly-decorated officer or leader, who wore a correspondingly flamboyant uniform – as it is still common today.

Learning by doing

By handling the single parts and assembling them, names, appearance and usage are becoming easier to learn – it is fun at the same time. The Roman tribune can remove helmet and sword, resembling similarity to the original. The first-class print quality is very authentic and the detailed manual guarantees not only a perfect end-result, it also teaches the pupils to work according to model and instructions. The Roman tribune has a height of 13 cm and is a real eye-catcher – not only in the children’s bedroom.

Handiwork instructions Historicals tribune

Highly-decorated officer of the Roman army

Forum Traiani ® Trademark

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