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Large Lunula-Amulet

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Slavonic lunula amulet - bronze
Slavonic lunula amulet - bronze
Slavonic lunula - silver plated
Slavonic lunula - silver plated
Gnezdovo lunula - detail
Gnezdovo lunula - detail
Lunula replica in nature
Lunula replica in nature
Original lunula from Gnezdovo
Original lunula from Gnezdovo
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Lunula from Gnezdovo - Slavic moon amulet.

This replica of a Slavic lunula amulet or lunitsa pendant in extra large design is faithfully modelled on a Slavic pendant from Gnezdovo / Ukraine and dates to the 10th to 11th centuries.

The lunula pendant has Slavic origins and spread throughout the Baltic region during the 10th century.

Amulets in the shape of a moon were common as jewellery among the Slavs, Rus and the Eastern Vikings. The lunula amulet had a significance above all as magical protection for girls and women.

The dimensions of the Slavic moon pendant are 7 x 4.2 cm and thus slightly smaller than the historical original.

The Slavic jewellery is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.
A black leather cord in 1 m length is included.

Slavic lunula amulets are symbols for the female powers of nature and illustrate the power of the moon. Such lunula pendants were especially meant to give protection to the unborn life and also to protect the mother from harm.

The lunula amulet was already used by the Romans, which suggests the deep emotions that people have associated with the moon since time immemorial. Moon pendants as symbols of the Roman goddess Luna can be found in Roman settlements, camps and burial grounds as early as the 2nd century AD. Later, Lunula amulets were also popular among Germanic and Slavic people.
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Lunula from Gnezdovo - Slavic moon amulet.

This replica of a Slavic lunula amulet or lunitsa pendant in extra large design is faithfully modelled on a Slavic pendant from Gnezdovo / Ukraine and dates to the 10th to 11th centuries.

The lunula pendant has Slavic origins and spread throughout the Baltic region during the 10th century.

Amulets in the shape of a moon were common as jewellery among the Slavs, Rus and the Eastern Vikings. The lunula amulet had a significance above all as magical protection for girls and women.

The dimensions of the Slavic moon pendant are 7 x 4.2 cm and thus slightly smaller than the historical original.

The Slavic jewellery is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.
A black leather cord in 1 m length is included.

Slavic lunula amulets are symbols for the female powers of nature and illustrate the power of the moon. Such lunula pendants were especially meant to give protection to the unborn life and also to protect the mother from harm.

The lunula amulet was already used by the Romans, which suggests the deep emotions that people have associated with the moon since time immemorial. Moon pendants as symbols of the Roman goddess Luna can be found in Roman settlements, camps and burial grounds as early as the 2nd century AD. Later, Lunula amulets were also popular among Germanic and Slavic people.
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