Gaius Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar
The first of our Roman rulers and probably, the most famous. A Roman statesman and military general, Caesar played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Among his many achievements were the successful acquisition of Britain and the defeat of Gaul and bridging the Rhine. As the successful victor of the Roman Civil War he enjoyed unrivalled power and influence and used it to begin a program of social and governmental reforms, including the creation of the Julian Calendar. He also gave citizenship to many residents of the far regions of the Roman Republic as well as providing land reform and financial support for army veterans. Although popular with most of Rome’s people he angered many of the city’s elite and in 44 BC was assassinated. Still, he remains, to this day, Ancient Rome’s most famous ruler. We depict him as he appeared on campaign, leading his army.
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The first of our Roman rulers and probably, the most famous. A Roman statesman and military general, Caesar played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Among his many achievements were the successful acquisition of Britain and the defeat of Gaul and bridging the Rhine. As the successful victor of the Roman Civil War he enjoyed unrivalled power and influence and used it to begin a program of social and governmental reforms, including the creation of the Julian Calendar. He also gave citizenship to many residents of the far regions of the Roman Republic as well as providing land reform and financial support for army veterans. Although popular with most of Rome’s people he angered many of the city’s elite and in 44 BC was assassinated. Still, he remains, to this day, Ancient Rome’s most famous ruler. We depict him as he appeared on campaign, leading his army.

The Tribune

The Tribune
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The Primus Pilus

The Primus Pilus
The “Primus Pilus” or Primipilus was the most senior centurion of a Roman Legion. In the Legion, the “Cohort” (of which there were between 6 and 10) became the basic tactical unit of each Legion. The “Cohort” was then composed of 5 to 8 “Centuries”, each commanded by a Centurion assisted by an “Optio,” a soldier who could read and write. The senior Centurion of the Legion and commander of the first Cohort, the Primus Pilus (First Spear) was always, a long-serving soldier and highly experienced advisor to the Legate himself and led the largest century of any particular legion – around 800 soldiers. His command would include cooks, clerks and other non combatants as well as the fighting troops. In modern terms he would be the equivalent of a Major in charge of a large battalion – sized unit. Our K & C “Primus Pilus” is a tough well-decorated veteran of many successful campaigns. His white feathered crest atop his helmet and chest full of victory medallions testify to his senior position
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Roman Centurion

Roman Centurion
51,99 EUR  

The Optio

The Optio
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