a resin-cast figure or figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.
The Russian Orthodox Church was separated into the Eastern Church and the Western Church (Catholic Church) by the east-west division of the Roman Empire,and since the Eastern Church was the national religion of the Eastern Roman Empire, it was called the Greek Orthodox Church, and continues to the present day. Another of the Orthodox churches is the Russian Orthodox Church. This unpainted, unassembled resin figure set includes figures for both 1/48 and 1/72 scale; it reproduces a worker holding a holy water cup for a baptismal ceremony or mass, together with a bishop. The embroidered vestments are reproduced with careful molding; since the vestments were inherited from the old days, this figure set can be used in dioramas set from World War I to the present.