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Phallus-Pendant with Wings

Art.Nr.: 0 Flyphal
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Phallus pendant with wings
Phallus pendant with wings
Phallus pendant - silver-plated
Phallus pendant - silver-plated
Winged phallus pendant - bronze
Winged phallus pendant - bronze
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A phallus with wings as a pendant.

Here you can buy a pendant with a winged phallus motif inspired by historical models from Roman antiquity.

The historical model for this phallus with wings comes from a private auction and dates to the first century AD. Link to the historical model...

Phallus pendants with wings were called Fascinum by the Romans and were supposed to protect against the evil eye. Various forms of phallus pendants are still known from the Middle Ages, and they are also found in many cultures outside Europe.

Dimensions phallus pendant: 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 cm.

The winged phallus pendant is made of high-quality bronze, and is also available in real silver-plated.

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



For the Romans, the winged phallus, the so-called fascinum, was not only a sign of fertility and thus emblematic of wealth and prosperity, it was also generally regarded as a bringer of salvation that could ward off evil, especially the evil eye.

For this reason, phallic pendants with and without wings were even worn by children as protective amulets and were sometimes even attached to the harnesses of Roman officers.

In some areas of Italy, a small horn is still worn around the neck as a good luck charm, the origin of which goes back to those Roman phallic pendants.

An obscene content was not connected with the flying phallus pendants of the Romans because in antiquity sexuality was not seen as something sinful, but quite the opposite, as something positive and blessing-giving.
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A phallus with wings as a pendant.

Here you can buy a pendant with a winged phallus motif inspired by historical models from Roman antiquity.

The historical model for this phallus with wings comes from a private auction and dates to the first century AD. Link to the historical model...

Phallus pendants with wings were called Fascinum by the Romans and were supposed to protect against the evil eye. Various forms of phallus pendants are still known from the Middle Ages, and they are also found in many cultures outside Europe.

Dimensions phallus pendant: 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 cm.

The winged phallus pendant is made of high-quality bronze, and is also available in real silver-plated.

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



For the Romans, the winged phallus, the so-called fascinum, was not only a sign of fertility and thus emblematic of wealth and prosperity, it was also generally regarded as a bringer of salvation that could ward off evil, especially the evil eye.

For this reason, phallic pendants with and without wings were even worn by children as protective amulets and were sometimes even attached to the harnesses of Roman officers.

In some areas of Italy, a small horn is still worn around the neck as a good luck charm, the origin of which goes back to those Roman phallic pendants.

An obscene content was not connected with the flying phallus pendants of the Romans because in antiquity sexuality was not seen as something sinful, but quite the opposite, as something positive and blessing-giving.
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