- 40 figures
- 8 poses
- Molded in maroon or grey.
- Assembly, preparation and painting is required
- Box dimensions: 4.6” W x 6.6” H x 1.3” D
- Recommend for hobbyists and miniature gamers 12 years and above.
By the fourth century virtually all the most recognizable symbols of the Roman army had changed. The men, or at least the armored heavy infantry, wore mail over a tunic with trousers and closed boots. Their helmet was the two-piece Romano-Sassanian or intercisa type and their shield was a large circular or oval shape and slightly concave. They carried spears, javelins and a longer sword called a spatha, and in some cases a number of weighted darts called plumbatae or mattiobarbuli stowed inside their shield. The figures in this set are an accurate reflection of the late Roman era.