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Halite Sculpture from the Dead Sea
Salt crystal statue massimiliano pelletti

Origin

The Dead Sea

Type

Sculpture of King David

Effects

Transmutes edible food into salt.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Touching the spiked food with saliva.

Collected by

Anastagio Karras

Section

Mathus 2889A

Aisle

937B

Shelf

10883-3278

Date of Collection

Era of Warehouse 5

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally taken from the Qumran Caves and imbued with the saltiness of the Dead Sea, this sculpture of the biblical King David carved out of Halite by Greek Orthodox monks during the Byzantine era. The monks of the era would use the sculpture to taint all the food during days of fasting, often overdoing it and nearly wiping whole communities in the monasteries.

EffectsEdit

When the statue touches any type of edible food, it will transmute it into solid salt when contacted by saliva.

CollectionEdit

It was given to Warehouse 5 after the statue fell into the water supply of the Saint George Monastery, tainting the water.

It was collected by Regent Anastagio Karras.

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