The Fleetline was introduced in 1941 as a 4-door sedan. The years 1949 through 1952 models, the fastback was the only model offered, and dropped the Fleetline for 1953. This version is based on the 2 door Aerosedan introduced in 1942. This version includes innovative snow caps for rendering in snow scenes, complete geometry underneath. Poser ver...

The Egyptian wine maker's place of business is a busy one. Wine can be made using a traditional stomping method; or, there is a special twisted sack method used in ancient Egypt. Wine from both can be hauled over to large storage containers, where slaves then fill them into casks and jars for aging. A vast basement is under the complex, where wine ...

The Egyptian Perfumer is a member of the small but rising mercantile class that serves the wealthy and the nobility with its high quality luxury goods. The center of the building is open to the sun, allowing natural processes to dry certain elements. A shop area is near the well decorated entry, whereas in the back, you can find small tables with a...

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The ancient Egyptian brick maker employs many laborers and slaves in the production of brick - from gathering and storing straw to mixing it with native clay to setting it into brick molds. Bricks are then allowed to dry, then removed and stacked. The brick maker's foreman maintains quarters on the business grounds. Ancient Egypt Volume 1 is a seri...

The Egyptian Scribe is a member of the rising merchant class, authorized by the courts to create documents. The Egyptian scribe lives and works both within the same building - his home and office. The first floor is dedicated almost entirely to family living. However after passing through his garden, clients go up the stairs to the scribe's office....

The Egyptian wine maker's place of business is a busy one. Wine can be made using a traditional stomping method; or, there is a special twisted sack method used in ancient Egypt. Wine from both can be hauled over to large storage containers, where slaves then fill them into casks and jars for aging. A vast basement is under the complex, where wine ...

The Egyptian Village Sandal Maker makes sandals that the poor man cannot afford - sandals made primarily of leather. A large work room leads up to the roof, where leather is stretched and dried. Out in front, there are displays where you can see several pre-made sandals. The back features the living quarters of the sandal maker. The wealthy can sit...

The Egyptian Village Sandal Maker makes sandals that the poor man cannot afford - sandals made primarily of leather. A large work room leads up to the roof, where leather is stretched and dried. Out in front, there are displays where you can see several pre-made sandals. The back features the living quarters of the sandal maker. The wealthy can sit...

The ancient Egyptian brick maker employs many laborers and slaves in the production of brick - from gathering and storing straw to mixing it with native clay to setting it into brick molds. Bricks are then allowed to dry, then removed and stacked. The brick maker's foreman maintains quarters on the business grounds. Ancient Egypt Volume 1 is a seri...

Egyptian Village Bakery is both a place of work as well as a home for the baker and his family. Freshly baked bread rests on racks outside, ready for purchase. In an inner courtyard, the baker and his slaves use two types of ovens - a traditional in ground oven, and more modern above ground oven. Egyptian bakeries can be found throughout any Egypti...

The Egyptian Village Sandal Maker makes sandals that the poor man cannot afford - sandals made primarily of leather. A large work room leads up to the roof, where leather is stretched and dried. Out in front, there are displays where you can see several pre-made sandals. The back features the living quarters of the sandal maker. The wealthy can sit...

The ancient Egyptian brick maker employs many laborers and slaves in the production of brick - from gathering and storing straw to mixing it with native clay to setting it into brick molds. Bricks are then allowed to dry, then removed and stacked. The brick maker's foreman maintains quarters on the business grounds. Ancient Egypt Volume 1 is a seri...

The hard working ancient Egyptian laborer comes home to a brick and stone two room home. Stairs built up one wall lead to the roof, where reed mats provide some respite. Inside a front room is available with a few wooden pieces of furniture, where all food preparation and family activities take place. A back bedroom provides some little privacy to ...

Egyptian Village Bakery is both a place of work as well as a home for the baker and his family. Freshly baked bread rests on racks outside, ready for purchase. In an inner courtyard, the baker and his slaves use two types of ovens - a traditional in ground oven, and more modern above ground oven. Egyptian bakeries can be found throughout any Egypti...

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