Roman Praetorian soldier made of tin-based alloy

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Description:

Roman Praetorian soldier made of tin-based alloy. Collectible item. This object is carved, cast and painted in Italy. Each stage of the processing is performed by hand.

In ancient Rome, the term Pretorian indicated the soldiers who constituted the bodyguard of the commander of the Roman army (originally called Praetor) and then of the Roman emperors. The body of the Praetorians was established by Augustus on the model of the guards of the generals of the late Republican era.

Dimensions:

54 / 60 mm (scale 1:24)

Colours:

Mixed Colours

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Roman Praetorian soldier made of tin-based alloy

Description:

Roman Praetorian soldier made of tin-based alloy. Collectible item. This object is carved, cast and painted in Italy. Each stage of the processing is performed by hand.

In ancient Rome, the term Pretorian indicated the soldiers who constituted the bodyguard of the commander of the Roman army (originally called Praetor) and then of the Roman emperors. The body of the Praetorians was established by Augustus on the model of the guards of the generals of the late Republican era.

Dimensions:

54 / 60 mm (scale 1:24)

Colours:

Mixed Colours

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