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Carved Mask with Snakes
carved mask; olive wood
After Perseus beheaded the Medusa, her blood soaked into the ground and from it sprang the amphisbaena, a two-headed serpent that could double itself if ever it was cut down. The blood also polluted the roots of an olive tree, from which this mask was carved, alleged to grant a similar ability should you wear it—though, take care not to lose track of which is the real you.