Bulla - Roman Children's Necklace - Lucky Charm for Children

Item number: 20334


Category: Pedants

13,99 €
≈ £ 12.86

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Warenpost)

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Shipping weight:
0,05 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
8,50 × 6,20 × 0,60 cm

What Is A Bulla?

A bulla is a Roman tradition. Every free born Roman citizen got one of those at the day of his birth. It usually consisted of a little leather or cotton satchel and could be filled with whatever the guardian saw as fit. It was supposed to keep children safe from evil spirits and harmful spells. The tradition of giving newborn children bullae died out when Christianity became Rome's official religion.

If you want something special and unique for your own child or for a friend's or relative's child then look no further! A bulla sure fulfills all the required criteria to be a one of a kind gift! Usually it was filled with a gold coin or something similar. But you can put into it whatever you want.

Bulla Facts And Data

  • Neatly made leather bulla
  • With fine stitchings
  • Comes with a string
  • Can be filled
  • Ancient Roman tradition

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