Lunula Roman Amulet
A lunula is a crescent moon-shaped pendant worn by girls in ancient Rome
A lunula is a crescent moon-shaped pendant worn by girls in ancient Rome. Girls ideally wore them as an apotropaic amulet, the equivalent of the boy’s bulla. In popular belief, the Romans wore amulets usually as a talisman, to protect themselves against evil forces, demons, and sorcery, but especially against the evil eye.
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4.5 cm long, 4 cm high