Caesar Costumludi presents in an elaborate exhibition all sorts of things about Rome in history, fiction and art. In addition to Caesar himself, accompanied by Marc Anton, faithful legionnaires and an enchanting Cleopatra, HE shows the people of Castra Bonna some of their riches.
High-quality exhibits and professional presentation stand out. At the heart of the stand is the 4 x 4 metre “general tent”, in which Caesar invites the audience. A 3 x 2.25 metre pop-up showing Raphael’s fresco from the Vatican “School of Athens” and in which Caesar had himself smuggled in creates a special atmosphere. Caesar’s golden throne stands in front of it and he welcomes clients, senators and barbarian visitors.
The tent floor is covered with carpet and also houses an exhibition of high-quality Roman exhibits. In the tent three elaborately decorated military armours made of steel, bronze and leather are exhibited together with the remaining equipment (helmets, subarmalia, weapons, shoes, amphorae, busts and other props from “sandal films” (The Eagle, Gladiator, Centurion).
Humoresques such as Children’s Egg Surprise Romans, Asterix comic books or references to Life of Brian will loosen up the exhibition.
Small “invisible” boxes provide the inside of the tent with sound in keeping with its status.
The following mannequins decorate the stand in front of the tent:
On the outer tent wall, the armour of the popular Game of Thrones character, a tapestry and a roll-up to the popular series are presented.