La Vie Grecque à l'Acropole

Revue de Figurines de Nexus / Atlantic au 1/72

La Vie Grecque à l'Acropole, 1/72 Nexus Atlantic 1804

La Grèce is considered the cradle of western civilization. Since a very early age, an advanced political et philosophical culture developed in this country, which in the 5th century av.Chr. culminated in the "golden age". An exceptional flourishing of the arts, craft, et culture. Le centre de la vie grecque was the polis, the city-state. The Acropolis citadel was also the center of religious life, which pour les Grecs had mostly social, rather than spiritual meaning. Still, oracles et sacrifices were widely worshipped en Grèce. While la Grèce was conquered, first by the Macedons et later by the Romans, its cultural heritage survived, et conquered its conquerors.

Contenu

40 figurines en 7 poses – 24,5 mm correspondent à 176 cm hauteur de corps

  • Priest avec Knife (8)
  • Priest avec Staff (8)
  • Guard avec Spear et Shield (4)
  • Femme grecque, seated (8)
  • Femme grecque, reclining (4)
  • Homme Grec reclining (4)
  • Female Servant (4)
  • Altar avec Offering (8)
  • Stool (8)
  • Bed (4)
  • Bed (4)
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Évaluation

  • Choix de sujet excellent, these fammes et hommes grecs will be very useful for dioramas.
  • Good value for money, the set includes enough figurines, beds et altars for several different dioramas de la vie grecque.
  • The painting examples on the box cover are an inspiration to miniature painters.
  • Compatible avec ESCI, et Italeri.
  • The figurines are exceptionally tall, especially considering the fact that peuples antiques were much shorter than we are today.

Emploi Historique

  • Grecs Antiques

Possibilités de Conversions

  • Some of the figurines may be painted pour représenter autres peuples antiques.

The Atlantic figurines are a must-have for joueurs de guerre et dioramistes interested in l'égypte antique.

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