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Guttus

An oblong spouted vase for pouring liquids.  As a symbol of the augural priesthood, it is seen on coins of Pompey the Great, Julius Caesar and Marc Antony, etc., accompanied by the lituus

Dictionary of Roman Coins



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GUTTUS, an oblong vase, designating the augural priesthood. It is seen on coins of Pompeius Magnus, Julius Caesar, and M. Antonius, &c. accompanied by the lituus. - See Praefericulum.

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