Etruscan haruspices


Etruscan haruspex (II - I century B.C.)

Reproduction of the dress of an Etruscan Aruspex: a character who had the task of interpreting divine will, observing particular signs in the liver of sacrificed animals.
Costume consisting of a fringed coat and a high conical hat; in the hand a stick with the spiral end (lituo).
Dress entirely handmade with natural raw fabrics, to represent the figure of a Etruscan into the Wax Museum of Grazzano Visconti near Piacenza.

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