2197 – Goddess marker

Physical description:
A roughly cylindrical piece of branch, attached to an iron spike, presumably to be used as a marker in rituals, painted with two pictures of a naked woman holding an apple, representing a harvest goddess, and a poetic inscription referring to Lughnasadh.
Museum classification:
Modern Witchcraft
Size:
350 x 90 x 70
Information:
The inscription reads, "Dancing at Lughnasadh, first taste of Autumn, forthcoming fruitfulness, all she has wrought."
Resource:
Object
Materials:
Wood, metal
The inscription reads, "Dancing at Lughnasadh, first taste of Autumn, forthcoming fruitfulness, all she has wrought."