key words: Aes Grave, Priestly Instruments, Sacrificial Instruments, apex, priestly implements, sacrificial implements.
This is a drawing of BM G.2607 which is not photographed in the online database.
I feel I’ve already posted about this but can’t find that post so am throwing this up again.
The object on right is not a crescent it is a patera.
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Liv, I’ve not seen much Etruscan coinage — is it typical to depict faces on the obverse en face?
There are some, but not many. A Heracles from Populonia is the most famous.