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Villa Ro’Ban

A striking upscale Ancient Roman style villa which can be used for many purposes.  Includes Materials for that full 3d immersion. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: Complete Rezz = 42.75m wide x 38.375m deep TOTAL PRIMS: 611 About the Prims: Base Structure = 559 prims Flower Pots = 2 @
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Simple Role-Play Signs

We all know the drill, we’re setting up our role-play sims, and our role-play markets and we get to putting out the signage that matches our environment and bam…we have to make artwork and upload it and not all of us are all that great at it OR don’t like doing it OR just don’t
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Fancy Role-play Signs

We all know the drill, we’re setting up our role-play sims, and our role-play markets and we get to putting out the signage that matches our environment and bam…we have to make artwork and upload it and not all of us are all that great at it OR don’t like doing it OR just don’t
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Rustic Merchant Signs for CasperLet

Hello friends, role-players and fellow residents.  So, I’d started a line of signage to make the lives of sim owners a tad easier.  Some of you already have them or know of them.  The artwork is already prepared and all you do is click the sign and choose what you want it to day…simple. Today
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Temple of Vesta

This temple, as with all my Roman builds, was built from photos when available, diagrams and historian recreations. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: 13.5m deep x 13.5m wide TOTAL PRIMS: 266 Structure: 247 Chairs: 8 chairs @ 2 prims ea = 16 prims Brazier: 1 marble brazier @ 3 prims
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Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus Full Complex

The Temple of Jupiter resides up on a hill, kept company by the Temple of Fides, the Temple of Ops and the Well of Jupiter. Now, while the individual names of the temples are real, the build of Jupiter’s temple is historically close, and Fides and Ops were on the mount, their was no photographic evidence or
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Temple of Vespasian & Titus

This temple, as with all my Roman builds, was built from diagrams and historian recreations. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: 9.515m deep x 14.5m wide TOTAL PRIMS: 81 SPECIAL FEATURES: RP Tested Roleplayer Approved Built with RP spaces in mind! Kool Door Ready! ABOUT THE BUILDING OF ROLE-PLAY BUILDS HERE
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Temple of Venus & Roma

The Temple of Venus & Roma is a two sided temple, one side to Venus, the other to Roma and each features a statue to their respective gods.  This temple, as with all my Roman builds, was built from photos when available, diagrams and historian recreations. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life
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Temple of Antonius & Faustina

This temple, as with all my Roman builds, was built from photos when available, diagrams and historian recreations. Buy it On Marketplace — Get it inside Second Life FOOTPRINT: 9.021m deep x 18.81m wide TOTAL PRIMS: 130 Structure: 123 Sunbeams: 1 prim Brazier: 2 marble brazier @ 3 prims ea = 6 prims SPECIAL FEATURES:
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Gods of Valor Rebuilds Romanum, a 9yr Fixture in the SL Community

Please enjoy the story of how the Romanum project came to be and the amazing video at the end by Suzie Anderton of the completed build but told as a story of the Gladiator battles. It’s just amazing!

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