Artifact #42179

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Artifact #42179

250.00

Acquired by wager from a Romani chieftain in a tent village near Frascati, Italy, we have this highly controversial artifact that has kicked up some dust among our network of anthropologists.  Some insist that we may finally have proof of the formerly mythological satyr, while others believe that we may have been taken for a ride by Gypsies.  Heated words have been exchanged, friendships have been destroyed, and someone even wrote an extremely nasty word on Lawrence's microscope, but until things settle down, we'll just quietly put this thing on sale.  Mounted and displayed on an attractive wooden plaque and labelled with its Latin name in brass, this piece is sure to stand out wherever it is featured.  It currently resides atop our break room microwave, so that we may ponder the infinite ancient mysteries of our humble planet while we wait for our Hot Pockets to go beep.

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