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votive

RC Church optional; not prescribed; having the nature of a voluntary offering
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The closest parallel is the much larger (269 ha) site of Thaton in Mon State, where votive tablets and sculptures spanning the mid-first to mid-second millennium CE have been documented (Moore and San Win 2007, pp.
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Comparable examples of votive hands have been found at or close to other temples of Jupiter Dolichenus, although most are slightly larger than the Vindolanda example and some still have inscriptions referring to the god.
Lawton publishes all of the stone votive reliefs uncovered in the excavation of the Athenian Agora from 1931 to the present.
It is vivid from the small votive stupas built along the Haro river on its both the sides.
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Terra-cotta specimens have also been found at Susa, raising the question as to whether they should be considered as toys or as votive carts carrying figurines.