ROMAN LEGIONARIES

PR 009 ROMAN LEGIONARY THROWING PILUM

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32,00 € tax incl.

Toy soldier scale 1/30, which measures 60 mm from the base to the crown.


Hand painted in our own workshop.


With base decorated with artificial grass.


Fused in white metal.


Packaged in boxes with great protection.

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PR 009 ROMAN LEGIONARY THROWING PILUM

PR 009 ROMAN LEGIONARY THROWING PILUM

Toy soldier scale 1/30, which measures 60 mm from the base to the crown.


Hand painted in our own workshop.


With base decorated with artificial grass.


Fused in white metal.


Packaged in boxes with great protection.

The training of a legionary was based on the preparation for the long marches, and the construction of camps, in two essential movements:

The use of the javelin or pilum and the sword or gladius.

When the legion moves forward, the legionaries who are closest to the enemy, throw their javelins to then, drawing their sword, to launch the charge, always in formation and disciplined.