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Rome - Forum of Nerva - 962 A.D.

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Here my last moc. I love the idea of displaying the flow of time so i build this moc based on my diorama of the Roman forum of Nerva. The Diorama represents the Emperor Otto I visiting the Roman Imperial Fora Area during his stay in Rome, when he was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope John XII in the year 962.

Soon i will add other parts :)   

Rome - Forum of Nerva - 962 A.D. 

 

Emperor Otto I and his escort

 

The ghost of the priestess

 

The Wheel of Time - Rome - Forum Of Nerva

 

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In the realization of the moc I was inspired by this image.

 

foro-di-Nerva-X-secolo.jpg

 

Thanks for looking, C&C welcome

 

 

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Always love your Rome builds. I really like the idea of showing how the ruins were repurposed into later buildings. 

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This looks very nice, not only in The builds but in the attention to detail to the posing of the figs. Thanks for sharing. 👍😃👍

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Fantastic stuff!! I love the way you've captured the idea of a fallen Empire. Great attention to detail especially the vegetation gradually taking over and I really like the castle/fort built in the ruin of the grand pillared forum building!!

Excellent work!! 

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Very well done clash of two epochs. The medieval people and their constructions look appropriately dwarfed and out of place in the face of rome's crumbling imperial past. Its quite a touching sight you caught brilliantly.:thumbup: :classic:

Its also fun to spot the little easter eggs you out in. Gandalf really comes around! :wink:

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Wow this is amazing.  I love all the stonework and the columns.  The landscaping is excellent.  Great job with the architecture looks very accurate.  Overall fantastic job.

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That dosend look good on the pictures, but it will here in my home. Joke of course, a very beautyfull moc indeed. Great details, nice colors just everything like it has to be. I like it a lot amazing..

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I can imagine living in the ruins of the glorious past. :thumbup:

But particularly like the 150 AD version. :thumbup::thumbup:

Edited by Venunder
correction

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This looks really good. :wub::wub:

The detailing in walls and surroundings is tremendous and the variation in builds is a nice combination.

Great build! Thanks for sharing with us.

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what a brilliant creation! :wub: what I love the most, is, as you, yourself indicated as well, this "flow of history"... a Roman temple becomes a market place, 400 years later, and another 400 years later, it's some sort of a warehouse and yet another 400 years later, it's part of a larger monument at the city center...

can't wait to see more stuff like this!

sne

 

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Thank you all for your appreciation ... For sure I will continue to realize both the ancient and the medieval age 

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