Coloring pictures Romans - Gladiator Retiarius net fighter
Papyrus coloring picture Romans - Gladiator Retiarius
The coloring picture Romans is a coloring template with gladiator motif to color yourself. The children can color all the details of the net fighter Retiarius imaginatively according to their own taste.
Coloring picture Romans
The coloring picture Romans shows the gladiator Retiarius as a net fighter. The real Egyptian papyrus can be creatively designed with different crayons, inks or even watercolors.
- Historical motif Gladiator Retiarius
- Creative coloring fun for children over 5 years
- High-quality product made of genuine Egyptian premium papyrus
- Size approx. 20x15 cm, postcard format A6
The coloring page in a practical format made of genuine premium papyrus with smooth edges features black motif outlines and the gladiator's name Retiarius as a caption.
The coloring picture Romans is recommended for children from 5 years.
The products of the quality manufacturer Forum Traiani® are made in Germany.
The Roman gladiator Retiarius
In the arenas of the Roman Empire, a variety of different types of gladiators fought for the public. Part of the attraction was also to have gladiators with different armaments compete in fights against each other.
The retiarius as a net fighter was a rather unusual gladiator at the time and has only been known since the reign of Emperor Caligula (37-41 AD).
His rather atypical armament consisted of a throwing net, a trident, and a short sword or dagger. Compared to the other gladiatorial genres, the retiarius was rather lightly armed and wore no helmet or shield. Dressed in a loincloth and belt, only a shoulder shield and a bracer on the left arm served as protective clothing. In his combat tactics, the retiarius tried to throw the net over the enemy gladiator with pinpoint accuracy. If the net was thrown, he used the trident and for close combat his sword. As Retiarius opponent is predominantly the Secutor handed down.
Creativity with ancient painting motifs
Historical coloring pages get a real added value from the real papyrus. The coloring picture Romans can be designed imaginatively but easily with a variety of painting utensils.
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