Arria and Paetus, sculpture by Pierre Lepautre and Jean-Baptiste Theodon, Louvre Museum, Paris.
Arria (also Arria Major) was a woman in ancient Rome. Her husband, Caecina Paetus, was ordered by the emperor Claudius to commit suicide for his part in a rebellion but was not capable of forcing himself to do so. Arria wrenched the dagger from him and stabbed herself, then returned it to her husband, telling him that it didn't hurt ('Non dolet, Paete!'). Her story was recorded in the letters of Pliny the Younger, who obtained his information from Arria's granddaughter, Fannia.
Arria and Paetus sculpture is a digital detailed high polygon 3D model. This 3d model was created by ZBrush 4R8 and exported to STL and OBJ formats.
This 3d model is prepared to physical production by 3d printing, CNC machining and for making a mold for casting in gypsum, plastic, metal, chocolate etc. Also it can be used for interiour design and vizualizations.
The original size of digital sculpture is 1860x2650x1584 mm. 3d model can be scaled up or down.
1:10 scaled (186x265x158 mm) 3d-print ready verison is also included in STL and OBJ formats.
Polygons: 1947570 Vertices: 1909502
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