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Instruments of Sacrifice; Taken from Various Coins in the Cabinet de France

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Instruments of Sacrifice; Taken from Various Coins in the Cabinet de France. 1. Lituus, or Augur's Baton. 2. Secespita, or Sacrifical knife. 3. Patera. 4. Sacrificial Cup employed in libations. 6. Sprinkler. 7. Apex, or Flamen's Cap. 8. Tripod surmounted by the Cortina. 3. Axe with Wolf's Head, for killing Great Victims. Illustration from History of Rome by Victor Duruy (Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, 1884).

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