REALY STUNNING,VERY HUGE AND LONG ANCIENT LATE ROMAN SENATORS VOTING STICK.DEPICTING A BIRD.FOUND IN EASTERN EUROPE,MACEDONIA.USED BY THE PROVINTIAL SENATORS OF THE VAST,HUGE EMPIRE TO VOTE ON IMPORTANT LOCAL MATTERS,SUCH AS COLLECTING TAXES,MINTING PROVINTIAL COINS,PAYING FOR LOCAL LEGIONS AND FORTS AND RAISING FUNDS FOR LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT SUCH AS GLADIATOR GAMES AND THEATERS.
I've never heard of such a thing. Another one appears about halfway down this page (suspiciously with an almost identical description, although the object is a bit different).
Has anyone ever heard of such a thing before? Is there a source documenting its use in voting?