[research] Greek City Scenes

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MarcusU

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As the name implies we (me and my friend Silen) are planning to create some scenes for the Greek City States and maybe some other factions too if we have the time available. I've decided to do this because the scenes are currently lacking in flavour and there is only one per faction for every city. Our scenes will all (hopefully all) be unique and show a lot of similarity to the real life locations.
We ask you to please post as many pictures or links relating to classical (4thc and 5thc) greek architecture and city plans or maps. This will greatly help us with the speed of the project and the quality of work we produce. Moreover, my talented friend Silen plans to create more models for use in the scenes.

We are going to ask the modders if we can use our scenes in their mod officially, if not we will try to make it a submod/addon.
 

matmohair1

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Architectural reconstructions by Jean Claude Golvin

:arrow: https://thelosttreasurechest.wordpress.com/2017/05/18/historical-reconstructions-series-part-i/

Antiquity :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/antiquity/

Spain & Portugal :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/spain-portugal/

Gaul :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/gaul/

Italy  :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/italy/

Greece  :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/greece/

North Africa  :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/north-africa/

Middle-East :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/middle-east/

Turkey  :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/turkey/

Egypt  :arrow: http://jeanclaudegolvin.com/en/project/egypt/

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PDF - Celtic Architecture, Gaul

Alegria18 said:
Code:
https://www.docdroid.net/mBT66vo/gauls-architecture.pdf
Museum visit - Vienna

matmohair1 said:


:arrow: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Collections_of_prehistory_of_the_Naturhistorisches_Museum_Wien

Celtic Artifacts


Sacrificed horse with bridle &
human skulls nailed to a wooden pole!


Druid crowns and a carved bone antler, possibly
from a wooden statue of the god Cernunnos

 

Alegria18

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Code:
https://www.facebook.com/franck.archeoart/photos
https://www.facebook.com/HellenicArmors/
http://b-ok.xyz/md5/6E4F94BCA673028F06A6241314E59636
Your welcome
 

matmohair1

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:wink: we can still gather ideas here for future
updates, architecture, furniture, art and scenery...etc.

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