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By Crusader1307

Relating to Ancient Persian Religious Practices, a ''Barsom'' was a Device carried by Zoroastrian Priests as a ''Symbol of Office'' and powerful summoning tool (similar to a ''Magic Wand'' or Staff). Made of wood and covered in Gold, The Barsom also featured a carved Bull's Head. Roughly 1.5 to 2-feet in length, the Device is a common feature in Ancient Persian Art.