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Germanic Swastika-Pendant

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Alamanic swastika pendant - brass
Alamanic swastika pendant - brass
Swastika amulet of the Alamanii
Swastika amulet of the Alamanii
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Germanic swastika pendant with snake motif.

This Germanic swastika pendant features an openwork snake motif and is modelled on an Alemannic disc from southern Germany.

Alemannic decorative discs with openwork motifs were widespread during the early Middle Ages from 500 to 700 AD and were considered an integral part of the Alemannic women's costume.

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The swastika pendant is made of cast zinc alloy and is available in brass or silver colour.

Pendant diameter: 4.5 cm.

A 1 metre long cotton cord for the Germanic snake pendant is included.



The snake has played an important role in mythology and the performing arts in the Germanic world since the Bronze Age and was associated with ancient fertility rites, representing the return of life in spring and its death in winter.

The serpent may also have had a special place in the cult of the dead, as the Germanic serpent Nidhöggr on the World Tree and the world-embracing Midgard Serpent indicate. The snake is part of the mythological canon of many peoples. It appeared not only in Germanic mythology, but also in Siberian shamanism and the beliefs of the Indo-European peoples.
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Germanic swastika pendant with snake motif.

This Germanic swastika pendant features an openwork snake motif and is modelled on an Alemannic disc from southern Germany.

Alemannic decorative discs with openwork motifs were widespread during the early Middle Ages from 500 to 700 AD and were considered an integral part of the Alemannic women's costume.

Link to the historical model...

The swastika pendant is made of cast zinc alloy and is available in brass or silver colour.

Pendant diameter: 4.5 cm.

A 1 metre long cotton cord for the Germanic snake pendant is included.



The snake has played an important role in mythology and the performing arts in the Germanic world since the Bronze Age and was associated with ancient fertility rites, representing the return of life in spring and its death in winter.

The serpent may also have had a special place in the cult of the dead, as the Germanic serpent Nidhöggr on the World Tree and the world-embracing Midgard Serpent indicate. The snake is part of the mythological canon of many peoples. It appeared not only in Germanic mythology, but also in Siberian shamanism and the beliefs of the Indo-European peoples.
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