Ruthenian Nobleman, 1256

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Sculpture: Paul Deheleanu
Painting: Arnau Lázaro
Material: Resin
Number of parts of the kit: 5
Scale: 1/12

All net proceeds from the sale of this bust will be donated to UNHCR, in support of the refugees from the war in Ukraine. This bust was supposed to be released in the upcoming months but, due to the situation, we thought you would understand if we ask for your money in advance, as it will go to a good cause. So, if you place an order for it, it will be delivered as soon as we have it produced and ready. If you order this one and some other product, you will be sent everything except for this one. As you can see, the price is slightly higher because it includes a bit more to cover the shipping. That way, we will be able to send it to you with no extra cost as soon as it is ready. Contact us if you have any questions.

We’ll keep you updated on our social media about the progress, and Arnau will be doing a full exciting SBS on the box art painting in collaboration with Acrylicos Vallejo! Thanks for the support, you are the best hobby community ever!

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All net proceeds from the sale of this bust will be donated to UNHCR, in support of the refugees from the war in Ukraine, thanks for your help!
– This fantastic sculpt by Paul Deheleanu has a lot of character and can be decorated in many possible ways.
– This bust offers a variety of textures to explore and perfectly captures the air of the period.
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

The Principality of Galicia-Volhynia, later the Kingdom of Ruthenia was a medieval state that was located in actual Western Ukraine and also in some parts of Actual Poland and Belarus. It was founded by Roman the Great, Grand Prince of Kyiv in 1199.

After the devastation brought by the Mongol invasion of the Kievan Rus from 1239 to 1241, they had to become a vassal state to the Golden Horde, but the fate of that nation was not decided yet.

Danylo Romanovych, son of Roman the Great, devised a long-term strategy to get rid of the Mongol yoke. He sought an alliance with Batu Khan, the leader of the Golden Horde, and prepared his army patiently. Once ready, he asked to be crowned king by the Pope in Rome and so he became Danylo I, the first king of all Rus. In 1256, he finally managed to drive the Mongols out of Volhynia.

Our bust represents one of those brave ancient Ukrainian warriors that, as it is sadly required again today, fought hard and patiently to drive out the invaders from their land. Back then, they prevailed, and they will prevail today as well.

Note: This is a resin miniature kit that requires assembly and painting.