Schreiber-Bogen, Roman staff building Principia with Praetorium, cardboard model construction
A Roman Building For Your ClassroomMilitary life is tough, sparse and lacks many commodities found in civil life. These are facts that did not change much over the millenia. Nevertheless, the higher ranking officers have always enjoyed some luxuries that were unobtainable for common soldiers. This shows most distinctively through their quarters.
The cut-out sheet at hand is a very detailed model of the Principia as found in the Saalburg. A full sized reconstruction of an roman military installation. Therefore you can be assured of its historical authenticity.
Especially teachers will find this cut-out to come in handy during history class. The plasticity of the cut-out at hand helps the students to comprehend what Roman military buildings looked like and what it was like to live in one.
What to expect?
- Should you decide to purchase this cut-out sheet you can expect the following:
- A highly detailed and historically authentic replica of a Roman military building
- A complementary cutting knife and bookmark
- Fun and and a precious educative experience
- 4 colored pages
- H0 - 1:87
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