Handicraft pattern Historicals Pegasus

Item number: HHER-009

Pegasus is a winged horse in the Greek mythology and the "child" of Poseidon and Medusa. As well the famous constellation was named after Pegasus.

Category: Cut-out templates


2,49 €
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Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays

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period:
Difficulty:
age:
6+
Shipping weight:
0,10 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width ):
30,00 × 21,00 cm

Handicraft pattern Historicals: Pegasus, the flying horse three-dimensional

The handicraft pattern Pegasus of the collection Historicals of the Forum Traiani is characterised - just like the other numerous carefully designed historical cut-out-sheets, too - especially by the simple construction of the pattern out of mate hard carton paper. That way students can get to know historical figures playfully and even experienced them in the play of history - create own stories or even play the real history with the three-dimensional paper figures Historicals.

Coloured handicraft pattern Historicals

  • sheet each 30x21 cm
  • height of the figure 9-13 cm
  • self-explaining construction instruction
  • suited age from 6+
  • first class printing quality
  • handicraft pattern Historicals: Pegasus out of mate shining carton

History to touch: Historicals three-dimensional revive history

The coloured handicraft pattern Historicals - as well the Pegasus, the flying horse from Greek mythology - not only causes joy while construction, but also is developed and created true to archeological aspects. That is pure history to touch and play with. Many historical details of each Historical are authentically drawn and suited for children at the same time. As the the characteristics of the historical and three-dimensional figures out of carton are movable and therefore perfectly suited for the play and drama.

Pegasus, the flying horse as a handicraft pattern historical

Pegasus was the child of the ocean's god Poseidon and Medusa with the snake hair. Pegasus carried Bellerophon in his fight against Chimaira and the amazons.

There are many stories, how Bellerophon found Pegasus. So some say, that the hero found it drinking of the fountain of Peirene, others tell, that either Athene or Poseidon guided Pegasus to Bellerophon. Before it accompanied Bellerophon, Pegasus brought lightning and thunder to Zeus and after the dead of Bellerophon he got back to the Mount Olympus to help the gods.

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