Turms

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Populonia, 5 asses (?)
Turms with winged petasos; at right Λ, mark of value. Blank.
AR 3,30 g (Etruscan coins)

In Etruscan mythology, Turms was the equivalent of Roman Mercury and Greek Hermes, both gods of trade and the messenger god between people and gods.[1]

Turms is also a character in a book by Mika Waltari, The Etruscan which takes place during the end of Etruscan civilization.

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