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Athens Caryatid
Athens Caryatid

Origin

Ancient Athens

Type

Greek Support Columns

Effects

Grants extremely good fortune

Downsides

Luck only occurs within the installed structure

Activation

Installing inside a residence

Collected by

Warehouse 8

Section

Imhotep-218G

Aisle

900354-7445

Shelf

675383-4887-675

Date of Collection

1457

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OriginEdit

A caryatid is an architectural support post of column usually shaped into the figure of a woman. They were named after the ancient town of Karyai, where they had a large temple constructed for Artemis.

EffectsEdit

Those that install the caryatid in their home will experience large amounts of good fortune that cannot be explained. However, the effect only applies to the occupants while they are inside the house.

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