Not suitable for children under 36 months
This is a functional historical learning and decorative product for collectors and for didactic purposes in schools
Alea iacta est
"The dice is cast," better "The dice is thrown."
Approachable Roman everyday life
"Alea iacta est!", with these words Caesar crossed the Rubicon, the frontier of his province of Gaul and Italy, with his mighty army. This would change the history of Rome forever. The dices, "aleas" were proscribed in Rome since they were the symbol of gambling per se. However many Romans owned dices and played board with their society. Some of the games exist even today in a slightly modified form. Bring a piece of Roman history into your living room.
This Roman dices with the measure 1.5x1.5x1.5 cm, are a plastic replica off an ancient Roman bone dice as it used to be in the Roman Empire.
Dices for everyone
This Roman dices are versatile for everyone, not only for Rome connoisseurs. Even if you are more of a history grouch, these cubes are a beautiful decoration. However, these Roman dices are not only intended for decoration, they can certainly be used for playing board games or parlour games. They are ideally suited for permanent use.
A Latin or history class will always delight in illustrative material. Drag your students and friends into the fascination of ancient times.
Roman dices for Roman games
In ancient Rome games played a major role in everyday life. Life consisted of "otium" and "Negotium", a certain time to spend in leisure and not free disposable time with tasks and duties. Young and old people went about their daily habits, the game. With these Roman dices, you will mutate into a Roman. Venture on the games played in the past. The circle mill game, a previous version of the current mill game, would be one idea.
Alea iacta est
Let the dices fall at home now.
Feel like a real Roman in a game with his family or his friends around the year 100 BC. With these Roman dices, every game is an experience for young and old. Complete the experience with an ancient dice shaker. As well as illustrative material or as a gaming piece, these Roman dices are worth it.
by Forum Traiani ®