The Meta Sudans was a large monumental conical fountain in ancient Rome. The Meta Sudans was built some time between 89 and 96 under the Flavian emperors, a few years after the completion of the nearby Colosseum. It was built between the Colosseum and the Temple of Venus and Roma, close to the later Arch of Constantine
The model was created based on blueprints, photos and historical documentation. It was created with precision in detail and in real units of measurement to be a faithful reproduction of the original.
The object is made up of 7 pieces to be printed. Once printed they can be finished, assembled, glued and plastered where necessary and painted.
The STL files are in 1:72 scale (in mm units). For 1:48 scale you need to scale objects up by 150%
The final object sizes are: Base diameter: 27cm (10.63in), Height: 24.5cm (9.64in).
You can use the OBJ or the FBX files as reference to assemble all the printed parts.
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