Painted 1/30th scale figure.
It belongs to the Classic warfare.
Reference CW 003 Macedonian phalanx soldier 2
Modeled, cast and painted in our workshop.
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The Macedonian soldiers, like all the Hellenistic infantry, had a panoply very varied as far as defensive equipment.
Although spades and shields were more or less standardized, helmets, armor and greaves, were of varied bill and material.
We can find bronze anatomical breastplates, the classic lynothorax, which in some cases could be reinforced by sheets of bronze or iron, and in some cases, also the complete absence of armor.
The helmets, on many occasions, tended to remember the old Phrygian cap.