Roman Sword

Roman Sword

# 069380

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Item #: 069380
Grades: PK-AD

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The Roman sword was the first weapon that a private in the Roman Empire's army was presented with. The blade is heavy, as it is made of the best steel in all of the Roman Empire. Only a strong warrior can master this sword. It was crucial that a soldier could swing a sword in battle, but it was also a hobby that strengthened soldiers both physically and mentally. A long tradition for fencing began here, which continues today in distinguished circles in Rome.

Category Description for Liontouch Dress-Up Accessories:

Liontouch dress-up accessories are bright, realistic, quality, and safe! You'll be impressed by the level of details on all the pieces, including battle scars on the shields, air vents in the helmets, and more! The shields and swords are made of lightweight EVA foam which is soft, easy to clean, and flexible. AZO-free fabrics are used on the capes and textiles.




Category Description for Liontouch Dress-Up Sets:

Liontouch dress-up accessories are bright, realistic, quality, and safe! You'll be impressed by the level of details on all the pieces, including battle scars on the shields, air vents in the helmets, and more! The shields and swords are made of lightweight EVA foam which is soft, easy to clean, and flexible. AZO-free fabrics are used on the capes and textiles.




Category Description for Roman Costume & Accessories:

Red/gold design with a large lion head and wings.




Primary Subject
Games, Puzzles & Toys
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
AD
EAN
5707307300004
Format
Other
Brand Name
Lion Touch
Weight
0.2 (lbs.)
Dimensions
20.5" x 3.38" x 0.75"
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Great look and fun active play (exercise to burn off energy)
Love this sword and the look of it. Some paint has worn where my child holds the handle. My child is not very hard on toys so not sure how long it lasts with more active children.
April 3, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago

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