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Roman Imperial Milliarium Aureum

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Cinema 4D C4D6to13 Default Scanline C4D+VUE
Cinema 4D Mapping Default Scanline C4D+VUE
3DS 3DS
OBJ OBJ
Vue VUE6to10
Other ExtraMat
3DS UV3DS
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:520056
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Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:286,572
Vertices:399,517
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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'All roads lead to Rome!'

The Perfect Model for Real Ancient Roman Environment Rendering!

The Milliarium Aureum was the famous column which stood at the head of the Roman Forum in Rome since 20 BC, the column which represented the ideal starting point of all the roads of the Roman Empire, from Spain to Middle East, from the Galliae to the African Sahara desert and Egypt.
'All roads lead to Rome!': probably this famous phrase was invented as a reference to this well-known monument, which the Emperor Augustus wanted to be erected as a symbol of unity for the whole Empire.

This is an accurate reconstruction of the Augustan Milliarium Aureum of the Roman Forum, according to the most famous and important archaeological data of reconstruction [Huelsen, Richardson and Frischer].

In the package you will find:
A-Milliarium Aureum Model 1: according to the reconstruction data by C. Huelsen, L. Richardson, UCLA [diameter 1.15 m of the inner Marble Cylinder and Bronze Hooks]-Bronze Tiled Main Cylinder Model;
B-Milliarium Aureum Model 2: reconstruction using C. Huelsen et alii data for the integration of the famous base of the Milliarium Aureum [the unique marble fragment still existing and visible in the Roman Forum]-Bronze Tiled Main Cylinder Model;
C-With Real Gilded Bronze Inscriptions according to the Ancient Roman Measuring System in Roman Miles and Empire cities data for year 20 BC;
D-11 Hi-Quality Photoreal Textures [formats: 580x580, 800x679 and 1024x212];
E-7 more Alternate materials for C4D and VUE to fully customize the renderings;
F-3 different types of bronze Material [gilded, dark and procedural];
G-Extra Advanced Gilded and Dark Bronze Textures and Materials [5 textures; 3 C4D and VUE Materials];
H-A fully mapped Milliarium Aureum main Bronze Cylinder with 3 mapped Hi-Def photoreal textures 2048x2048 ready to be used for weathering and for other types of textures Editing.

All ready for Hi-Quality PhotoReal Rendering.

Formats available:
A-Cinema4D [from CE6 up]
C-VUE [VUE6 and VUE7]
D-.Obj
E-.3ds

All the Format Models are complete and come with:
Complete materials and Textures [11 textures].

All the models are HI-DEF and so are perfect for every type of shot, also Details and Close-Ups.

These models are useful for many types of sceneries, ancient sceneries but also modern ones, as for Roman re-enactment.

The Archaeo.Sys 3D series is developing high-fidelity 3D reconstruction of Objects, Architecture and Scenes from Classical Greek and Roman Antiquity.

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