Late Roman Watchtower 1/87
Scale model cardboard kit of a late roman watchtower made of stone from the Limes. The parts have to be cut with scissors, folded and glued.
Late Roman Limes Watchtower, 1:87
Scale model cardboard kit of a roman watchtower from the Limes. The parts have to be cut out with scissors, folded and glued. Difficulty "very easy", consisting of 2 carboard sheets. Highly detailed paper modeling for the hobby enthusiast, suitable for individual diorama construction and educational purposes for schools and museums. Size 8x8x13 cm.
Roman stone watchtower
Since the 1st century AD, the Roman legions had permanent troop bases in the peripheral provinces in order to protect the borders of the Roman Empire. More than half of the approximately 30 legions were stationed from the mouth of the Rhine to the Danube on the northern border of the empire. The border section between Rheinbrohl (Koblenz-Bonn area) and Kelheim an der Donau was considered to be particularly endangered. Therefore from 85 AD on a fortification, the so-called Limes, secured this section. The older parts of the Limes consisted of a palisade fence, a moat and a wall. In other places a wall almost 3 m high and 1 m thick formed the border.
|8 x 8 x 13 cm
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