Leonidas Spartan Legacy
Leonidas (c. 530-480 B.C.) was a king of the city-state of Sparta from about 490 B.C. until his death at the Battle of Thermopylae against the Persian army in 480 B.C. Although Leonidas lost the battle, his death at Thermopylae was seen as a heroic sacrifice because he sent most of his army away when he realized that the Persians had outmaneuvered him. Three hundred of his fellow Spartans stayed with him to fight and die.
This great 1/4th scale statue pays homage to the bravery and sacrifice of King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans
Sculpted by Andrey Bogomolov, Ehren Bienert and Arahom Radjah this fantastic Leonidas Polystone statue EX edition comes with a second interchangeable portrait with no helmet, and also a second arm that can hold the shield up. No other versions of this statue will come with this feature or the second portrait. The regular editions can only display the shield resting on the ground.