Dated: January 13, 2000.
There are 4 of these fellows in each box, and each one is appropriate for several accessories. The uniform is correct for either Punic Romans or Imperial Romans.
Vexillum. The face is left blank so you can paint the name of your favorite legion on it. The more elaborate ones have the legion number and design, such as bulls, stags, hogs, etc.
Standard. We've stuck a boar on this one, but feel free to improvise and put your favorite barnyard animal on it.
Horn or trumpet. Sticking the man with it makes him a cornucen, and we all need cornucens. We've cut our trumpet in the cross piece, but you can cut it in the semi-circular area to allow the cornucen to carry the trumpet in different positions.
Figures and accessories scanned at 300DPI, 100% and are approximately 5 1/2 times real size on a 15 inch screen.
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