Two statuettes, male and female, on a thin plate of bronze set into a base with lead.

The male god Tinia (Roman Jupiter), carrying his attribute: a thunderbolt; the female god Uni (Roman Juno) carries her attribute: a torch.


Found near Prato in Tuscany.

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