Hannibal Elephant From Crossing Alps Miniature Statue 1HPN# 8783
Elephants were often featured in Roman times. Claudius is said to have paraded to Colchester with a procession of elephants as he began the conquest of Britain. Hannibal is described as crossing the Alps on elephants. Our mini sculpture is based on a Roman original here reproduced in miniature scale.
Cast in metal and plated in bronze, this mini elephant measures 1 1/2 in L x 1 in H x 1/2 in W. (PN 8783)
He is a charming little figuring for your ancient role playing games.
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