Fascinum

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Fascinum replica - bronze
Fascinum replica - bronze
Fascinum replica - silver
Fascinum replica - silver
Roman phallus amulet - detail
Roman phallus amulet - detail
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925 sterling silver  
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Fascinum - Roman phallic amulet.

Here you can buy a detailed replica of a so-called Fascinum, a Roman phallic amulet based on a find from Roman antiquity.

The historical model for this Roman phallic amulet comes from a reading find from Suffolk in England and dates to the first or second century AD.

Link to the historical model...


At 2.8 x 1.2 cm, this Fascinum replica is a little smaller than the historical phallic amulet, which measures 3.2 cm.

The Fascinum was worn by the Romans to protect against mischief and especially against the evil eye. Therefore, phallus pendants were often used by Roman children as protective amulets and were even found on the horse harnesses of Roman officers.

Many of these phallic amulets were found in places where there was a Roman military presence. The Fascinum was therefore possibly also worn by Roman soldiers as a good luck charm to protect the wearer from harm in battle.

You can buy this phallic pendant in bronze or in real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

A 2 mm thick, black leather cord in 1 m length is included for the Fascinum.



The phallus was not only considered by the Romans to be a sign of fertility and thus wealth and prosperity, it was also generally regarded as a bringer of salvation that could ward off evil, especially the evil eye.

In some areas of Italy, a kind of horn is still worn around the neck by many as a good luck charm, the origin of which goes back to those Roman Fascinum amulets.

Incidentally, the Fascinum did not have any obscene content because the Romans did not see sexuality as something sinful, but quite the opposite, as something very positive and a blessing.
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Fascinum - Roman phallic amulet.

Here you can buy a detailed replica of a so-called Fascinum, a Roman phallic amulet based on a find from Roman antiquity.

The historical model for this Roman phallic amulet comes from a reading find from Suffolk in England and dates to the first or second century AD.

Link to the historical model...


At 2.8 x 1.2 cm, this Fascinum replica is a little smaller than the historical phallic amulet, which measures 3.2 cm.

The Fascinum was worn by the Romans to protect against mischief and especially against the evil eye. Therefore, phallus pendants were often used by Roman children as protective amulets and were even found on the horse harnesses of Roman officers.

Many of these phallic amulets were found in places where there was a Roman military presence. The Fascinum was therefore possibly also worn by Roman soldiers as a good luck charm to protect the wearer from harm in battle.

You can buy this phallic pendant in bronze or in real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

A 2 mm thick, black leather cord in 1 m length is included for the Fascinum.



The phallus was not only considered by the Romans to be a sign of fertility and thus wealth and prosperity, it was also generally regarded as a bringer of salvation that could ward off evil, especially the evil eye.

In some areas of Italy, a kind of horn is still worn around the neck by many as a good luck charm, the origin of which goes back to those Roman Fascinum amulets.

Incidentally, the Fascinum did not have any obscene content because the Romans did not see sexuality as something sinful, but quite the opposite, as something very positive and a blessing.
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