Sunday, 8 February 2015

Curteys Miniatures Romano-British church

Spotted by someone on the Too Fat Lardies list: a rather fabulous Romano-British church in 28mm from Curteys Miniatures.

It's a five piece, unpainted resin building, done by the same guys who produce the rather fine
Age of Heroes range I spotted at the Other Partizan last September. £45, 10% discount if you preorder and collect at Hammerhead.

1 comment:

  1. It's a nice piece Mike but there's not much evidence for stone churches like this one in the British isles. A couple of possible sets of foundations, but not much more.
    I suspect most Christian places of worship were wooden/wattle in form. Or re-purposed Roman stone temples, which were more likely square.
    Just my opinion though - it's the "Dark Ages" after all, so we've not got much to go on.


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