Pax Romama Battle Diorama Set
Unassembled plastic model kit
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
THE BOX CONTAINS: Roman Villa - MDF laser cut with etched details, Roman Infantry (36 figures), Roman Cavalry (16 figures), Celtic Warriors (42 figures), Celtic Cavalry (15 figures). Background and base not included.
Buildings are not plastic, but MDF laser cut with etched details. Please use vinyl glue ("White Glue") for assembly.
Kit does NOT include terrain elements or defensive details. Kit only includes buildings and soldiers.
During the first Century B.C. a long period of internal civil wars declared the end of the Roman Republic and it laid the foundation for the birth of the Roman Empire. During the first Century exceptional political and military leaders, as Julius Caesar, wrote impressive historical pages thanks to military campaigns that expand the Roman border towards more and more distant frontiers. The most famous campaign, well described directly by Julius Cesar in his "De Bello Gallico", was conducted against the Gauls led by Vercingetorix and ended with the Roman victory at Alesia in 52 BC. The effectiveness and organization of the roman legions triumphed over the courage of the Celtic warriors. The military campaigns had gradually expanded the Roman borders until arriving in Britain and on the "Limes" of the Rhine river. However the Romans brought in the conquered lands, a political, legislative and cultural model completely new and innovative who contributed, for several years, to achieve a stable and definitely evolved social system.