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The Roman Army




Based in Austin, Texas, The Collectors Showcase is attempting to bridge the gap between traditional toy soldiers and pre-assembled models. For instance, although the base of their Panzerkampfwagen I tank is made of polystone, its turret is constructed of metal, as is the tracks and machine guns. The figure can be removed from the vehicle, and much of the remaining accessories are also made of metal. These items are produced in very limited numbers, sometimes numbering no more than a few hundred pieces.
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Roman Army Slashing - 1 Figure
Roman Army Slashing - 1 Figure (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Army Wounded - 1 Figure
Roman Army Wounded - 1 Figure (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Dead - 1 Figure
Roman Dead - 1 Figure (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Army Advancing - 2 Figures
Roman Army Advancing - 2 Figures (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Pilum Throwers - 2 Figures
Roman Pilum Throwers - 2 Figures (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Army Advancing - 2 Figures
Roman Army Advancing - 2 Figures (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Pillum Throwers with Removable Bases
Roman Pillum Throwers with Removable Bases (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Emperor Claudius and Audus Plautius with Removable Bases
Emperor Claudius and Audus Plautius with Removable Bases (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Army Command Set - 3 Figures
Roman Army Command Set - 3 Figures (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
Roman Army Catapult Set - 3 Figures
Roman Army Catapult Set - 3 Figures (1:30 Scale)
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After Rome abandoned the Greek phalanx as a means of waging war, the Romans showed their genius for adaptability. The new system called for three lines of soldiers; the hastati in the front, the principes forming the second row, and the triarii, rorarii and accensi in the rear.
   
 
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