ATTENTION: Romans didn't use knife as tableware, so KNIFE WAS NOT A PIECE OF TABLEWARE BUT OF KITCHENWARE: knife was used only in kitchen either by the cook or by the waiter to serve food. Food was usually prepared to be eaten with hands or spoons: meat and vegetables were usually served pre-cut. Fork was used by people at table only to serve themselves with food but not to eat. The use of fork and knife as in modern times has archaeological evidence for the Byzantine Era, but it was very rare. Regular modern use of fork and knife started XVII-XVIII century.
The Model is Hi-DEF and Photoreal, perfect for every type of Rendering and for Hi-Definition Rendering and Close-Ups!
Models Polygons and Vertices [VUE and 3DS], OBJ Polygons are [ca /2]:
Spoon A [6842;4224]
Spoon B [37952;20463]
Spoon C [79540;43784]
Spoon D [49372;29183]
Fork A [56059;31913]
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.