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Temple of Jupiter

This temple was painstakingly re-crafted from photos of the original in Rome.  Worship the God of Jupiter in historical accuracy and luxury. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: 24.5m long x 20.5m wide TOTAL PRIMS: 112 Base Structure = 45 prims Sacrificial Altar = 3 prims Worship Altar = 5
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The Roman Stables

A simple farmhouse in the roman style, this stable includes 8 stalls for larger animals and a sizable central area for smaller animals as shown in the photo (animals not included).  In the back, is a lovely home for a farmer, his wife and his lovely children with one main room and 3 smaller rooms.
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The Roman Senate

The Ancient Roman Senate building was modest in its outside appearance with elaborate painting and tiling inside. This recreation features 3 dimensional roof with custom drawn, hand painted flooring and walls to make it as close to the real thing as possible (i referenced images on google images to learn what it looked like and
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The Roman Market

Based on historical roman market’s that were structures with roofs, built in stone with arches and columns, many indoor market stalls without doors provided. This version has 6 rp market stalls. The structure has 6 points of entrance and each market shop has a minimum of 2 entries, the middle 2 having 3. *SPECIAL: Purchase
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The Ludus Gigantus

This amazing build was created for our own roleplay in the ancient roman roleplay sim we called Gods of Valor and it’s rp opportunities were magnificent. The add on slave viewing and interaction areas as well as the commoner seating for the sands, is in no way historically accurate BUT, it fulfilled some serious needs
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The Grand Roman Colosseum

Welcome to Ancient Rome, the time of the Glaidator & Gladiatrix. This arena was built for role-play sims to get the most out of their Gladiatorial role-play. It features the Special seating for Royalty or your upper crust of society and areas on either side for spectators to sit. Their are several access points to
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The Emperial Complex

This is a quarter sim build but it’s only 310 prims. It contains 6 homes for your sim leaders, the senate, your wealthy, or really, whoever you want! At the top sits a palace! We call it the Emperor’s Palace, but it could be for whoever you like! It has 3 bedrooms plus the royal
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Ceasar’s Garden

A lovely garden with strolling path, made in the way of the Romans … as part of a monument. Decorate either end with your favorite furniture and have a lovely place to relax and entertain guests with that all important goblet of wine. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: 16m
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The Grand Capua Arena

The footprint left behind in Italy, from the real arena in Capua, is 75m long by 45m wide. This recreation based on the Starz show, Spartacus and matches it’s original predecessor’s size. The Grand Capua Arena is set up to handle chariot races as well as Gladiatorial events, providing a very real recreation of the
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The Arch of Serpents

Modeled after the Arch of Severus Septimus, this decorative piece of roman architecture was made with creative license. Most of these builds are tested in role-play which means, we use them in our own role-play environment and they work well for RP scenarios of many kinds! Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second
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