Large Lunula-Amulet

Art.Nr.: 0 Lunula B
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LArge Lunula amulet - silver
LArge Lunula amulet - silver
Slavonic Lunula amulet - bronze
Slavonic Lunula amulet - bronze
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Slavonic Lunitsa amulet - detail
Lunula pendnat of the Viking era
Lunula pendnat of the Viking era
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Lunula - Large Slavic moon amulet of the Viking Age.

This Slavic lunula pendant from the Viking Age is a slightly scaled-down replica of a large moon amulet after an original find from the Kievian Rus.

The lunula pendant is of Slavic origin and spread throughout the Baltic region in the course of the 10th century. Link to the original Lunula-amulet...

Moon-shaped amulets were common as jewellery among the Slavs, Rus and Eastern Vikings during the Viking Age. The lunula amulet had a significance mainly as a magical protection for girls and women.

The dimensions of the lunula amulet are 4.5 x 3.5 cm.

You can buy this lunula pendant in high-quality bronze or real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
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A black leather cord in 1 m length for the Lunula pendant is included.



The Slavic Lunula amulets in the shape of the half moon are symbols for the female powers and illustrate the power of the moon. The Lunula pendant of this kind was especially meant to give protection to the unborn life and also to protect the mother from harm.

The Lunula amulet was already in use among the Romans, which suggests the deep emotions that people have always associated with the moon. Thus, moon pendants as a symbol of the Roman moon goddess Luna can be found in many Roman settlements, field camps and burial grounds from the 2nd century AD onwards. Likewise, Lunula amulets were also popular among the Germanic and Slavic peoples.
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Lunula - Large Slavic moon amulet of the Viking Age.

This Slavic lunula pendant from the Viking Age is a slightly scaled-down replica of a large moon amulet after an original find from the Kievian Rus.

The lunula pendant is of Slavic origin and spread throughout the Baltic region in the course of the 10th century. Link to the original Lunula-amulet...

Moon-shaped amulets were common as jewellery among the Slavs, Rus and Eastern Vikings during the Viking Age. The lunula amulet had a significance mainly as a magical protection for girls and women.

The dimensions of the lunula amulet are 4.5 x 3.5 cm.

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

A black leather cord in 1 m length for the Lunula pendant is included.



The Slavic Lunula amulets in the shape of the half moon are symbols for the female powers and illustrate the power of the moon. The Lunula pendant of this kind was especially meant to give protection to the unborn life and also to protect the mother from harm.

The Lunula amulet was already in use among the Romans, which suggests the deep emotions that people have always associated with the moon. Thus, moon pendants as a symbol of the Roman moon goddess Luna can be found in many Roman settlements, field camps and burial grounds from the 2nd century AD onwards. Likewise, Lunula amulets were also popular among the Germanic and Slavic peoples.
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