The tables in Roman times used to have one foot, although they had three, four or five legs, used as luxury furniture they could be made of stone, bronze or marble, the three-legged ones being the most common use (Mensa tripens). Those for eating were round and the square or rectangular ones were used in military camps. Citrus wood was considered appropriate for dinner tables, because the wine and sauces served did not leave it marked. Historically accurate game ready asset modeled in Blender and high quality PBR (Diffuse/Metallic/Roughness/Normal_OpenGL) textures in Substance Painter at 4k 2k and 1k resolution and subdivision ready for different LOD implementations, at FBX and OBJ and .blend files to work with any 3D software.
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Arredi di lusso di età romana. Da Roma alla Cisalpina. Fabrizio Slavazzi.
Pompei: Villa Imperiale-Alcova
“Pompei come duemila anni fa: arredi ricostruiti nelle domus”. Il Matino.it
Reconstrucción virtual del mobiliario doméstico romano a través de las fuentes antiguas. Manuel Moreno Alcaide. 2013 ANDRIANOU, D. (2009): The furniture and Furnishings of ancient Greek houses and tombs. Cambridge. DE CAROLIS, E. (2007): Il mobile a Pompeii ed Ercolano. Letti, tavoli, sedie e armadi. Roma. Mobiliario romano.