Relief Hic habitat felicitas, Here lives the luck, ancient roman wall decoration

Item number: 50107

"Hic habitat felicitas" - a relief for a happy home. The phallus was a sign of fertility and luck as shown here, the original derives from Roman Pompeii in Italy.

Category: Reliefs

24,90 €
≈ £ 22.88

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping

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Shipping weight:
1,10 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
27,00 × 20,00 × 1,00 cm

Here good fortune comes alive!

The Phallus brings strength and fertility into the Home.

Admittedly, it is more than a discrete invitation on the wall! In Roman times, the phallus was not simply a male representation, but as such also symbolized future and hope.
The original of this replica dates back to the first century AD. It was found attached to a wall in Pompeii.
The original is being preserved at the National Museum of Naples

  • Dimensions: 20 x 27 cm
  • With rear suspension

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