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Apollo of Veii's Arms
Classical marble arm

Origin

Vulca

Type

Terracotta Statue Arms

Effects

God Worship to owner

Downsides

Insanity

Activation

Possession

Collected by

Warehouse 2 Agents Amunet and Bes

Section

Salico-84C

Aisle

896550-5468

Shelf

680562-3808-811

Date of Collection

49 BC

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OriginEdit

The Apollo of Veii is a six foot tall terracotta Etruscan statue of Apollo created by the artist Vulca. The statue is a part of a scene of Apollo and Heracles contending over the Ceryneian Hind. The scene is one of the labors of the hero before Heracles was made one of the divinities of Olympus. The myth narrates the contention between god and hero for the possession of the doe with the golden horns. Apollo is shown ready to attack Heracles for the doe.

EffectsEdit

Possession causes divine worship to owner.

CollectionEdit

A very public fight broke out when a priest declared himself to be Apollo reincarnate. During the fight the arms of the Apollo were broken off and the priest returned to his senses. The Statue's arms were broken off during collection when it was discovered that the arms were the artifact allowing Bes and Amunet to leave the rest of the statue behind.

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