I recently went to Italy with my family, and we saw the arc of titus in Rome. I saw the famous engraving of the romans taking the Menorah from the Beis Hamikdash. But I noticed these weird objects being taken by the romans along the Menorah. Are they artifacts from the Beis Hamikdash? If that's so, what are they?
Wikipedia claims to be able to identify them as
Other sacred objects being carried in the triumphal procession are the Gold Trumpets and the Table of Shew bread.
Art and Architecture of the Roman Empire. Bellona Books. 2006. pp. 45–48. ISBN 978-0-9582693-1-5
While doing some research I found out the Table of Showbread is actually the big square-shaped object at the right of the image
They're Tabula Ansatas.
After doing some research I found out they're actually Roman Tabula Ansatas, a favorite form of votive tablets in Imperial Rome. They were ornamental tablets used in sacred and religious places by the Romans.