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Papo - Robert the Bruce

Item# PAPO-39943
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Robert the Bruce is depicted with a broad axe held aloft and ready for an attack. The sword in its sheath is also at the ready - always prepared for battle.

Papo Robert the Bruce #39943 measures: 3.25 T x 2.7 W.

Papo Robert the Bruce #39943 Review:

The figure features a vibrant yellow tunic and shield, which immediately catches the eye. The red lion crest on the shield and tunic provides a stunning contrast against the yellow, making it pop out.

Robert the Bruce is depicted with a broad axe, held aloft and ready for a charging attack. The sword in its sheath is also at the ready, showing that the figure is always prepared for battle. The armor on his legs, chain mail neck protection, and sturdy helmet will protect his vital parts from damage.

The figure is also versatile, able to stand on its own or ride on a Papo horse.

Robert the Bruce Information:

Robert the Bruce (1274-1329) was a Scottish nobleman and warrior who played a significant role in the Scottish Wars of Independence against England. He is considered one of the most famous and revered figures in Scottish history, known for his bravery, military strategy, and leadership.

Robert was born into a wealthy family in Scotland and was the grandson of King David I. He had a claim to the Scottish throne, but it was disputed by other nobles. After William Wallace's defeat, Robert joined the English side and became Earl of Carrick. However, he switched sides and declared himself King of Scotland in 1306 after murdering his main rival, John Comyn.

Robert was an accomplished military leader and won several important battles against the English, including the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, which secured Scottish independence. He also implemented political and legal reforms, such as establishing a Scottish Parliament, which contributed to the growth of Scottish national identity.

Despite his successes, Robert faced numerous challenges during his reign, including opposition from other Scottish nobles and ongoing conflict with England. He died in 1329, having established himself as a significant figure in Scottish history and a symbol of Scottish independence..

Part of the World of Knights Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 39943

by Papo

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3+ Years

Papo Robert the Bruce #39943

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