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First Legion Roman Collection

Scale 60mm / 1:30, made in Pewter.

Glory of Rome - Legio VI Victrix - Updated January 7, 2019!

The Romans dominated the ancient world for a period of at least 700 years, first via the Roman Republic and later under the rule of the Emperors.

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Glory of Rome - Roman Camp Life

The Roman marching camp was an extremely important part of Roman military life. While each legion had a permanent base, while out on campaign the Romans would construct an extremely well organized marching camp where they could safely bed down to spend the night.

Ancient Germans

The Ancient Germans were among Imperial Rome's staunchest adversaries. Though the Romans won many of the Wars, they were never fully able to subjugate Germany the way that they had most of their other enemies. As such, Ancient Germany remained the northern border of the Roman Empire

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Gallic Warriors

Gallic Warriors at the Battle of Alesia!

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Eastern Auxiliary Archers

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Roman Imperial Cavalry

Formed of regiments of non-Citizen Auxiliaries recruited from the provinces, these cavalry were professional soldiers paid by the Roman state. We have presented here 8 different figures of the Ala II Flavia, heavily armored in mail and armed with spears, javelins and swords.

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Roman Praetorian Guard

The Roman Praetorian Guard was the personal bodyguard of the Roman Emperors. Though the name was in use for several hundred years before, the formation of the Praetorian Guard as presented here began with Emperor Augustus. He selected from among the finest troops across all of the legions and built up a force of 9 Cohorts which he stationed in and around Rome.

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Roman Praetorians "Fighting"  

In addition to their political role of being the strongest armed military force within Rome, they took part in various campaigns and battles including those of Marcus Aurelius as they were at least the equal of any other Roman Legion in terms of combat effectiveness. Presented here in striking combat poses, these figures are designed to be fully engaged with our enemies of Rome. With their imperial purple colors, black leather lorica segmentata, and photo etched steel pilum and gladius, this release is certainly the most striking Roman release we've done for our incredibly popular Glory of Rome figure range.

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Caesarian Romans

The Xth Roman Legion, made famous in Caesars commentaries, was personally levied by Caesar himself and as such was his most trusted Legion. They chose the Bull as their emblem and were known as Equestris because at one point Caesar had mounted them on the horses of allied Gallic cavalry to escort him to a peace conference with the German King Ariovistus.

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Roman Personalities

Includes mounted figures of Gaius Julius Caesar and Emperor Marcus Aurelius

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Roman Siege Engines

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Roman Testudo

The Roman Testudo, or Tortoise, was a formation widely used by the Roman Empire most notably during sieges such as that at Jerusalem or other walled cities. The concept behind the formation was for the legionaries to form in close order with interlocking shields such that the men were protected from the sides, front, and overhead by a linked wall of shields guarding them from various forms of missile fire as they advanced.

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Roman Civilians

The city of Rome was the center of the Ancient World and well ahead of its time. After Rome fell, there would not be another city to rival it for over a thousand years.

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