The Limes: protection and separation
Limes is latin and means something like "intersecting road" or "borer road". The Limes was a frontier wall constructed by the Roman Empire, which was built from the 1st to 6th century AD in Europe, Middle East and North Africa. The Limes was suited for defence from bigger attacks, control of daily traffic of goods and persons as well as for the fast transmission of messages. Furthermore the Limes presented the economic and military marking of the Roman Empire. Even as a military system of early warning it served!
Handicraft pattern Roman Limes - cut-out-sheet Roman and Germanic border
You would like to plan your history lessons more vivid for your students? You always wanted to make your child enthusiastic for the Romans a pleasure? Or you would like to experience the Roman history very vividly? Our handicraft pattern of a Roman Limes watch-tower (scale 1:100) with the seize 18x18x19 cm out of stable paper is a fantastic and simple opportunity for children from an age of 7 to experience the Roman epoch vividly and playfully.
- measure circa 18x8x19cm
- scale 1:100
- from 7+
The Roman Shop - create history vividly
The Roman Shop offers you numerous cut-out-sheets of high quality and suited for children for turning history in something more vivid and interesting. Wether for a week of projects, the history lesson or also a child's birthday party - the handicrafts sets are an enrichment for every child!
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