A legionary camp in the Roman Empire
The Roman fort was a military camp, whose size could be quiet different. Up to 8 men lived in these small camps, which consisted only of simple barracks. On the other hand, some large camps accommodated up to 1,000 legionaries.
A smart investment that made a lot of money for the traders.
There were latrines, baths as well as horse stables and grain storages, but running water was also provided. The Roman camps were mostly established near the frontiers of the empire, in order to protect themselves against the attacks of the enemy in an emergency.
- A cut-out book for self-assembly
- Difficulty: easy - medium - challenging
- Number of sheets: 32 sites
- Basic measurements approx. 60 x 45cm
- Free glue included in the package
- Instructions (English) and self explanatory drawings included
- Cutting knife included
- Deliverd in a handy carton for storing cut-out parts
Forum Traiani ® registered trademark