Schreiber-Bogen, roman country house villa, cardboard model making

  • SKU: 60207
If you take off the roof, you can take a look into a Roman country mansion house of the kind rich Roman families built for themselves.
9,99 €
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs (Warenpost)
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Latest Reviews

Great detail!

There are instructions on how to construct the model and although I have yet to make this, the detail for the rooms looks great and I really like it that you can take the roof off to see inside. This will be such a useful model to demonstrate to people what a posh Roman villa would have looked like. Looking forward to the build!

Another great model

This little model is the closest youll ever get to a Roman house as you can see them in Pompeii and Herculaneum. It has the little shops at the entrance and then the various rooms, including bedrooms, kitchen, etc. What really impressed me was the level of details. Once you lift the roof, you discover the interior of a Roman house in all its splendor. I was so excited that I actually built two of them, changing the layout from one house to the other so that they dont look exactly the same.

You can also use 1/72 or 20mm figures with this, even though they are obviously a little too large. But it still works.

Happy building!

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Wer Batselbögen gerne macht---ok, dann habt euren Spass--
für mich war die Anleitung zu abstrakt. Als Modell für den Unterricht aber nett gemacht. Hat mich als Anfänger 6 Stunden gekostet!!

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