Temple of Athena Nike
The Temple of Athena Nike is a temple on the Acropolis of Athens. It was named after the Greek goddess, Athena Nike. Nike means victory in Greek, and Athena was worshipped in this form, as goddess of victory in war and wisdom. The Temple was built around 420BC and it is the earliest fully Ionic temple on the Acropolis. The Temple has survived to the present day; you can see it in Athens, Greece.
This cardboard model of the Temple is a very detailed copy designed and made according to the real architectural plans.
The model can be used in different game systems as an impassable terrain (that blocks a line of sight) or as a part of diorama of a town/village in compilation with other antique buildings. It would perfectly fit in Ancient Greece landscapes.
The model is made of durable cardboard of 1 millimeter thick; it has double-sided full-color printing and embossing. So you have no need to paint this terrain because it has nice and realistic exterior pictures and detailed interiors.
Note that through the material of the model (cardboard) you can modify it or turn it to a ruined or a burned out building.
The item is provided with language independent step-by-step instructions and can be easily assembled without glue or scissors.
Compatibility with game systems: Field of Glory, Impetus, De Bellis Antiquitatis, Hail Caesar, Ancient battle, DBMM (De Bellis Magistorum Militum), De bellis Multitudinis, Dux Bellorum
|Scale||15 mm, HO (1/87), 1:100 (10 mm)|
|Shipping weight||0.2 kg|
|Contents||37 details, an assembly instruction|
|Size of the assembled model (L*W*H)||4x3.5x5 in (100x90x130 mm)|