Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, Consul Sine Collega, 52 BC

Pompey is walking around and talking to one of his spies
Pompey is walking around and talking to one of his spies

After the dead of Crassus in the Parthian Campaign of 53 BC and because Caesar was still notably absent from Rome due to his conquer of Gaul, Pompey had been designated as consul sine collega (consul without colleague) at the end of February of 52 BC.Looking at Pompey’s famous portrait bust I’ve always imagined him as a corpulent man and after getting that Foundry Roman noble mini I just had to think of Pompey. A civil version of him.

Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus
Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus
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2 Responses to Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, Consul Sine Collega, 52 BC

  1. Cracking job! I realy like how you set your figures in scene… it realy brings them to life.

    • Editor says:

      Thank you. Now as I’ve finally managed to deploy a sort of a small Ancient province village (looking more suitable for Asia and Near East then for Italy) and am going to make such scenery shots more ofthen. Hopefully.

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