28mm Camp tents and figures AVAILABLE NOW!


Code: 28SAC
Hellenistic Sacrifice
This set include everything you need to make a vignette representing a ritual Sacrifice, such as those performed by the Roman army commanders before a battle. This is how it has been painted here and in this context the crater (the large vase on the pedestal) would represent Jupiter, but it can be used for any Hellenized army from Alexander the Great to the last pagan emperors! Of course it can be used for any ritual sacrifice really, just add your favorite idol and victim... as a matter of facts can be used also with our burning at the stake vignette and with a different paintjob would make a great pulp scene...
The pack include a 80x60mm resin base and all the accessories you see here, plus a standard plastic slot base; the figure itself has a standard tag that will fit in it, should you prefer to base it separately as shown here, or can be easily trimmed and used to secure the figure to the base.
Like all our models this is a historically accurate reproduction with plenty of beautifully sculpted surface detail to help you in painting, the figure is cast in pewter and everything else it's made of our very tough POLYURETHANE.
Supplied unpainted.

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Code: 28JDA
This rather impressive model (the top of the pole is over 75mm high!) is designed to represent the Maid of Orléans (and as such would be perfect for a Burgundian army camp!), but can of course be used for any burning at the stake of young female prisoners of your choice... As a form of capital punishment, burning has a long history and was the method favoured for crimes such as treason, heresy, and witchcraft. It fell into disfavour among Western governments only in the late 18th century. The pack include a massive resin pyre in two parts and a matching pewter female figure chained to the stake, which are fairly generic and can be used for most historical periods. The upper part of the pyre can be used alone for a less imposing effect, and the figure itself has a standard size tag that will fit in all most common slotted base, should you prefer to base it separately. As such the figure would be perfectly suited for use as a captive in any scenario or pulp game!
Like all our models this is a historically accurate reproduction with plenty of beautifully sculpted surface detail to help you in painting and it's made of very tough POLYURETHANE.
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The upper platform has a slot for a standard 28mm figure tag and is approximately 30mm x 20mm This upper part in itself is 22mm high, plus a variable extra bit at the bottom that is designed to fit in the lower part and can be cut or sanded off if needed... at its base this upper part on itself is 42x42mm. The lower part is hollow, measure roughly 52x52mm at the base and is 16mm tall, except for the four posts at the corner which go higher. The complete pyre without the figure comes up to 38mm high.


Code: 28MDV
This round tent is an example of the typical noble's field accommodations as could be seen in any medieval or renaissance army camp and was used well into the late 17th Century by most European armies. The model comes with two alternative top finals so you can personalize each tent, additional variation can easily be obtained using different flags (not included). Overall size is about 88mm diameter at the base and 92mm tall using the lower final, 104mm with the flagpole top. The entrance opening is just a little over 32mm high. Like all our models this is a historically accurate reproduction with plenty of beautifully sculpted surface detail to help you in painting and it's made of very tough POLYURETHANE.
Supplied unpainted.

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Finished 28mm element painted and ready to play are available on commission order; contact us for details!










Code: 28LEG

this is the 28mm version of the standard legionary camp tent. It is based on the latest research and interpretation of historical sources. It's accurately sized according to the sources that agree it was 10 by 10 roman feet, and 5 feet tall. In a legionary camp there would be several hundreds tents like this as well as larger ones for the centurions, and even bigger yet for the general's HQ, each military Tribune and each Prefect.

Please be aware that if you base this model on a 60mm frontage baggage base you won't be able to put two side by side.
The best way to deal with this is to base them on alternating single 60mm and doublesize 120mm bases, as shown here. As you can see the actual model does fit on a standard 60mm baggage base, but it is so close to the edge that it would look silly if you put two next to each other... This way the basing will be compatible with the most common rules around.
Like all our models this is a historically accurate reproduction with plenty of beautifully sculpted surface detail to help you in painting and it's made of very tough POLYURETHANE.
28LEG is available only as plain cast, with a flat sanded bottom but otherwise as it comes out of the mold. We regret at the moment we are unable to offer this item as a stock finished element, painted and based, however we do accept commission painting on this item, we can paint it to your description and requirements. The time required would be approximately six weeks for a 1-8 elements order. Price starts around EURO€ 28.00 per piece; just contact us for a free quote with no obligation whatsoever!

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Code: LS1
28mm Earthenware jars and vases (21 pcs.)

Pottery was produced in enormous quantities in ancient times, mostly for utilitarian purposes. Jars and vases like these were used as storage and transport vessels for anything from water to grain. Where baskets could be preferred for transport earthenware was best for storing food, as it kept out water, dirt, insects and rodents. Large pithos (plural pithoi) like the one to the right, filled with oil, were a major fire hazard and needed special protection: an enemy would only have to knock one over and set fire to it to destroy the whole place! Most of the great palaces of the Bronze Age Aegean were burned at one time or another in this way. How about that for a novel game objective!
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Code: LS2
28mm Amphorae (18 pcs.)

Amphorae were used in vast numbers to transport and store various products, both liquid and dry, in the ancient Mediterranean world and later the Roman Empire, and in some periods the shape was also used for luxury pottery, which might be elaborately painted (code LS3 include some of these). Most were produced with a pointed base to allow upright storage by being partly embedded in sand or soft ground. This also facilitated transport by ship, where the amphorae were tightly packed together, with ropes passed through their handles to prevent breaking or toppling during rough seas. In kitchens and shops amphorae could be stored in racks with round holes in them. Amphorae varied greatly in height. The largest could stand over 1.5 metres (5 ft) high; the standard Roman wine amphora held a about 39 litres (41 US qt). The large one on the right can also be used as a Krater.
Just perfect as game objectives or simply to dress up the scene!
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For smaller amphorae try Ancient supplies.


Code: LS3
28mm Ancient tableware (27 pcs.)

Fine wares were used as serving vessels or tableware for formal dining, and usually were heavily decorated and of a more elegant appearance. These were often traded over substantial distances like Roman glass, which the elite often used alongside gold or silver tableware, and which could be extremely expensive. The more expensive pottery often copied shapes and decoration from the more prestigious metalwork, so depending how you paint them most of these can be either ceramic, metal or glass...
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For even more variety try Ancient supplies.


Code: LS4
28mm Wooden Drum, barrels and cask (15 pcs.)

The Romans began to use barrels in the third century C.E., as a result of their commercial and military contacts with the Gauls, who had been making barrels for several centuries. For nearly 2,000 years, barrels were the most convenient form of shipping or storage container for those who could afford the superior price. A large variety of bulk goods, from nails to gold coins, were stored in them.
Pack includes 3 each of five different size and shapes.

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