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The Glory of Rome

The backbone of the Roman Empire was certainly her Legions.   For First Legion's  initial release of Imperial Romans, they presented Legio I Minerva and Legio VI Victrix.  They are now following them up with Legio I Adiutrix and Legio II Augusta.  The new legions feature unbleached tunics and skirts, Adiutrix with the classic “wreathe” shield and Augusta with the Eagle on a black shield.   Legio I Adiutrix was formed in 68 AD and took part in a variety of battles and campaigns including  Germanic/Marcomannic Wars under Marcus Aurelius, the final battle of which was featured in the opening of the film "Gladiator."  Legion II Augusta was one of the longest serving Legions, formed in the late republic and serving through the 4th Century most notably participating in the construction and defense of Hadrian's Wall.   Both are are a wonderful complement to Minerva and Victrix and allow for dioramas to now feature multiple legions each with a unique look deployed side by side.

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ROM0143
Imperial Roman Centurion - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$64.95
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ROM0144
Imperial Roman Optio - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$64.95
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ROM0145
Imperial Roman Aquilifer - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$69.95
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ROM0146
Imperial Roman Imaginifer - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$69.95
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ROM0147
Imperial Roman Cornicen - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$69.95
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ROM0148
Imperial Roman Signifer - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$74.95
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ROM0149
Imperial Roman Vexillifer - Legio II Augusta, pre-order

$74.95
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ROM0153
Imperial Roman Legionary with Two Pilum - Legio II Augusta

$62.95
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ROM0129
Imperial Roman Aquilifer - Legio I Adiutrix

$69.95
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ROM0130
Imperial Roman Imaginifer - Legio I Adiutrix

$69.95
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ROM0131
Imperial Roman Cornicen - Legio I Adiutrix

$69.95
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ROM0132
Imperial Roman Signifer - Legio I Adiutrix

$74.95
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ROM0134
Imperial Roman Legionary with Gladius - Legio I Adiutrix

$62.95
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ROM0136
Imperial Roman Legionary with Pilum - Legio I Adiutrix

$62.95
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ROM0142
Imperial Roman Legionary with Gladius - Legio I Adiutrix

$62.95
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While the backbone of the Imperial Roman Army was their heavily armored Infantry Legions, the Romans also recognized the need for a professional mounted arm as well.    Formed of regiments of non-Citizen Auxiliaries recruited from the provinces, these cavalry were professional soldiers paid by the Roman state.  Presented here are eight different figures of the Ala II Flavia, heavily armored in mail and armed with spears, javelins and swords.   With the stunning sculpting and hand painting that is the hallmark of First Legion, these figures make a wonderful addition to any Roman toy soldier collection and stand side by side with the Imperial Roman Infantry ready to do battle wherever duty may call!

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ROM118
Imperial Roman Auxiliary Cavalry Standard Bearer

$184.95
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ROM119
Imperial Roman Auxiliary Cavalry Trumpeter

$174.95
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ROM120
Imperial Roman Auxiliary Cavalry Decurion

$174.95
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    While First Legion's first release of the Praetorian Guard portrayed them marching, this time they've portrayed them heavily engaged in combat protecting the Emperor Marcus Aurelius.      The Roman Praetorian Guard was the personal bodyguard of the Roman Emperors. 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 the most striking Roman release First Legion has done for their popular Glory of Rome figure range.

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ROM105
Imperial Roman Praetorian Guard with Spear #4

$69.95
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ROM073
Eastern Auxiliary Archer Commander

$64.95
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The X Roman Legion, made famous in Caesar's 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. They played a crucial part in Caesar's Gallic Campaigns fighting in nearly every major engagement. The Xth Legion is presented here in battle formation heavily engaged with the enemy be it during on open field battle or manning the Alesia siegeworks. Lead by Centurion Gaius Crastinus they will do their duty for Julius Caesar once more!

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ROM055
Optio

$64.95
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ROM057
Vexillifer

$74.95
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ROM060
Legionary with Gladius

$59.95
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ROM063
Legionary with Pilum

$59.95
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ROM065
Legionary with Gladius and Shield Cover $59.95
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First Legion presents Gallic Warriors at the Battle of Alesia!   Caesar's campaign in Gaul lasted from 58-50 B.C. when the Gallic Tribes, united under their King Vercingetorix, were decisively defeated at the Battle of Alesia.   The figures presented here can represent any of the various Gallic Tribes such as the Suebi, Belgae, Nervii, etc... and are the perfect complement to our Caesarian Romans.    Ferociously presented in their intricate patterns and war paint, these figures are certainly some of the finest First Legion has  produced and will make an excellent addition to any serious Roman toy soldier collection.

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ROM087
Noble Gallic Warrior with Axe

$69.95
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ROM090
Gallic Warrior Wounded Vignette

$134.95
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Legio 1 Minerva

Legio I Minervia was raised by the Emperor Domitian in 82 AD for the war against the Germanic Tribes.   This Legion participated in a wide variety of conflicts including the Dacian Wars under Trajan/Hadrian, the Parthian Wars under Verus, and the Germanic/Marcomannic Wars under Marcus Aurelius, the final battle of which was featured in the opening of the film "Gladiator."   Though we are releasing them as Legio I Minervia, really the figures are suitable as any Roman Legion between the early 1st century AD through the period of the Late Roman Empire

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ROM0
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Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM002
Imperial Roman Legionaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM003
Imperial Roman Legionnaire Throwing Pilum $54.95
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ROM004
Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Two Pilum $54.95
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ROM005
Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM006
Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM007
Imperial Roman Legionnaire Thowing Pilum $54.95
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ROM008
Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM009
Imperial Roman Legionnaire with Gladius $54.95
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ROM010
Imperial Roman Legionnaire Thowing Pilum $54.95
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ROM011
Imperial Roman Centurion $59.95
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ROM012
Imperial Roman Legionnaire Optio $59.95
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ROM013
Imperial Roman Aquilifer $59.95
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ROM014
Imperial Roman Imaginifer $59.95
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ROM015
Imperial Roman Cornicern $59.95
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ROM016
Imperial Roman Tribune $59.95
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ROM017
Imperial Roman Optio $59.95
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ROM020
Imperial Roman Signifer, $69.95
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ROM021
Imperial Roman Vexillifer - Legio 1 Minervia $69.95
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ROM022
Imperial Roman Vexillifer - Legion VI Victrix $69.95
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ROM023
Imperial Roman Mounted Legate $139.95
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ROM024
Imperial Roman Legionnaire Defending $59.95
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ROM025
Ancient German Warrior Charging Roman with Wounded German Vignette $179.95
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ROM027
German Warrior Standard Bearer $69.95
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ROM029
German Warrior Charging with Spear and Quilted Cape $69.95
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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. Though in name they were the bodyguard of the Emperor, the Praetorian Guard played a political role as well as they were the strongest armed force within the city and thus were something of a double edged sword to the Emperors which they protected. In addition, 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 very flexible marching and standing poses, these figures can be used both on campaign or in the confines of their duties in and around Rome.

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ROM048
Imperial Roman Praetorian Guard Standing in Cloak

$59.95
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