Lunula Amulet Of The Romans

Item number: 20134

Ancient Lunula amulet. During excavations, archaeologists have found countless Lunula amulets, which proves that this pendant used to be a popular lucky charm.

Category: Pedants


18,99 €
≈ £ 17.45

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material:

Bronze

Authentic alloy 90% copper, 10% tin

Shipping weight:
0,03 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width ):
3,10 × 3,50 cm

Lucky Charm Of The Roman Moon Goddess Luna

Luna was often described as a young woman with a halo, a veil and a small crescent on the head, the lunula. Lunula amulets are particularly popular among women and children, because it is believed that these amulets possess magical powers. In Latin and all Romanic languages ??the moon is considered as female: La luna. The lunula amulet stood for feminine strength and sensuality, creativity and intuition. In addition, the pendant was supposed to fend off evil and protect its wearer.

  • Size: approx. 3,1 x 3.5 cm
  • Including leather strap
  • The inner diameter of the eyelet is around 4 mm
  • Made of high-quality Bronze

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