Painted 1/30th scale figure.
It belongs to The power of Rome
Reference PR 039 Roman praetorian cornicen Cremona
Modeled, cast and painted in our workshop.
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Apart from the visual signs made by the standards, the orders were also given by means of touches made by instruments such as the horn that carries our figure or the litus, a long and thin straight trumpet.
The musicians, like the standard bearers, covered their helmets with animal skins. The aquiliferes and the signifiers of the First Praetorian cohort, used heads and skins of lion. Musicians used to use bear or wolf skins. His auxiliary partners also used bear or wolf skins, but without the head, keeping only the ears.