Cardboard model making roman centurion, roman officer, historicals

Item number: HLEG-002

Experience great crafting fun together with your child and the handicraft instructions Centurio!

Category: DIY paper cut out sheets

2,99 €
≈ £ 2.75

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

Cut out template Roman Centurio Historicals

Children at play live in another world.

Children can play so lost to the world, that they don’t notice their environment anymore. Nothing else is more important than their game, their thought up characters and a mysterious place. Only the moment counts and the moment can’t last long enough. A stone turns into a race car, a piece of wood becomes a plane and a stick transforms into a sword.

Learning while playing with the handicraft instruction Centurio

Parents can support and encourage their child’s play by supplying sufficient materials.
The new line of Historicals, by Forum Traiani, consists of small action figures based on the ancient Roman Era. Those figures bring history to life in a simple and playful way. Inform yourself, history is so interesting, you, too, can dive into the exciting world of the past and pass your recovered knowledge to your children in-game.

Use this handicraft instruction as a reason to engage yourself with ancient cultures again, experience the heritage they left!

  • Colorful paper craft instructions Historicals
  • Several sheets á 30 x 21 cm
  • Figure height ca. 9-13 cm
  • Premium class print quality
  • Self-explaining manual
  • Suited for: 6+

A little trip into history

Take Augustus as an example – born Gaius Octavius in 63 BCE, died aged 77 years in the year 14 CE. For 41 years he was the Roman emperor, from 27 BCE until he died. During his time the Roman army had 25 legions, roughly 105 000 – 155 000 men. One legion consisted of 10 cohorts or 60 centuries or all in all in an average of 5500 men. Each century served by 75 – 100 men was led by a centurion. This was the kind of Roman fighter that stood model for these handicraft instructions Centurio.

The handicraft instructions Centurio according to historical models

How did the Roman centurion end up on cardboard?

His historical model was carefully examined to avoid any mistakes – that way the little centurion received a helmet with the crista transversa: the crest he would wear, depending on the occasion, lengthwise or crosswise. He also received a sword that only the centurion was allowed to carry on his left side – the simple legionnaires carried it on the right.

This is the content of the handicraft instructions Centurio

All handicraft instructions Centurio are three-dimensional and consist of silk-mat cardboard.
Two sheets á 30 x 21 cm are included in the handicraft instructions Centurio.

The figurine, once assembled, has a height of 9-13 cm and possesses an exquisite print quality.
A self-explaining manual is included in the handicraft instructions Centurio, the figure can be assembled by children aged six years and older.

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