Roman Amphitheater Pula 3d model
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Roman Amphitheater Pula

Roman Amphitheater Pula

by TurboSquid
Last crawled date: 5 months, 2 weeks ago
High quality model of Roman Amphitheater Arena in Pula, Croatia.
The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. Among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the World, constructed in 27 BC 68 AD during the reign of Emperor Vespasian, at the same time as the magnificent Colosseum in Rome. It was primarily used for gladiator fights in front of 23,000 spectators. Elliptic in shape (132 x 105 meters and 32 meters in height).

Model is made from segments, built with great attention to small details, high exact and realistic proportions with correct geometry. All objects are properly named, with named materials and textures.
Native 3d model format is: 3ds Max 9.0.

High level of detail with the best compromise of the number of polygons.
All details have been fully modeled out making the models ideal for close-ups and print work.
Geometry: Polygonal Ngons used
Model Specifications: Polys: 141318; Verts: 143951
Polygons With 3 Sides 1583 (1,1%)
Polygons With 4 Sides 139635 (98,9%)
Polygons With 5 Sides 100

Material and Textures
All objects have UVW Mapping projections.
Model used 22*.jpg textures, named textures with resolution:

Render is done with non-illuminated 3ds Max 9.0 version with standard materials.
Lighting and environment are included in 3ds Max 9.0 version.
Render by default, no 3rd Party Plug-ins required to load files or render scene.
Models look like the thumbnails.