ROMAN LEGIONARIES

PR 010 CHARGING ROMAN LEGIONARY

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Figure of a Roman legionary charging. It measures 60 millimeters and could place in the campaign of conquest of Britain during the reign of Claudius.

Fully painted and ready to serve. We sell worldwide. And the prices are very economical costs.

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PR 010 CHARGING ROMAN LEGIONARY

PR 010 CHARGING ROMAN LEGIONARY

Figure of a Roman legionary charging. It measures 60 millimeters and could place in the campaign of conquest of Britain during the reign of Claudius.

Fully painted and ready to serve. We sell worldwide. And the prices are very economical costs.

The legionnaire after launching his two javelins, is released to the charge, drawing the gladium, shoulder bag hanging on his right side.

The gladium, is considered a weapon tip, no edge, so it was used as a rapier.

Only the Roman cavalry used a long gun spata call, which itself was cut, and was used in an arc with his arm.

The gladium is pushed forward.