The Pola festival of the Kunbis has a feature resembling the suovetaurilia.
The Roman city sacrifice of the suovetaurilia, as described by M. de Coulanges, is of the greatest interest.
The principal sacrifice of the early Romans was the suovetaurilia or the sacrifice of a pig, a ram and a bull.
The suovetaurilia was therefore preceded by a census, which was conducted with the greatest care both at Rome and Athens.
The suovetaurilia, a grand sacrificial celebration, is the next scene, with priests in the Cinctus Gabinus and trumpeters.