Craft-postcard Germanic warriors and Roman soldiers

Item number: 21222

A postcard with a difference!

Category: Roman party


0,79 €
≈ £ 0.73

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Shipping time: 2 - 3 workdays

 



period:
Difficulty:
age:
6+
Shipping weight:
0,01 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width ):
10,50 × 14,80 cm

Send a piece of history


A postcard for the loved ones always makes for cheerfulness. A kind word, a little greeting warms the heart and fresh memories. Again and again the family circle reads the affectionate lines. Then the postcard is placed on the pinboard as a memento.
But it stays there for a few weeks at most and then disappears between the waste paper in the container. It's a pity that you chose it with so much love and wistfully put a few words on paper. Our postcard will not suffer this fate, because once read it will be fun for the whole family and will give pleasure for a long time.
Germanic tribes against Romans
In the first century A.D., the Romans under Augustus and later under Claudius set up the first "limites". For the time being, areas in the Mediterranean region were to be secured. In the following years, they also erected border ramparts against the Germanic tribes, which were difficult to defeat. But these Limes, also called Limes in technical language, were not only meant to protect the borders of the Empire, but also to serve the trade and communication with the Barbaricum, those provinces that lay beyond the border fortifications. Furthermore, they were the starting point for important campaigns of the Roman army. Whether as a point of trade, protection, or as a structure serving to bring the two sides closer together, they all had one thing in common: they were places of military presence.

  • Map size DIN A6
  • stand size: 3 - 4 cm
  • 5 motives each with persons
  • 5 germanic warriors
  • 5 roman warriors
  • Difficulty: easy (age group: 6+)

Can be combined for even more crafting fun
The postcard can be perfectly combined with our different crafting sheets.


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