ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS NECKLACE, II-III century A.D.  Composed of six gold crescent pendants with twisted wire perimeter and double-ribbed suspension loop,  triangular clusters of granulation, single granules at termination points; twenty- five 14-faceted green glass beads; thirty-four spherical and semi-spherical small green glass beads and later gold beads, soldered from two halves and terminated with wire collars;  L. 15"

This could be in featured in teh display at the Griffith Park Observatory, that houses innumerable peices of star and moon jewelry. ~ETS century Roman green glass and gold necklace)

Древние Птица амулет (соул) - лунницы - Ancient Bird amulet (soul) of pre-pagan origins. Lunnitsy, Lunula or Lunitsa is a bird shaped |crescent moon shaped amulet found in ancient Slavic and Norse cultures and some others. It is and was feminine power, only worn by women. The ones which have dangling 3 pendant symbols, represent the Maiden, Mother and Grandmother symbols.

Древние Птица амулет (соул) - лунницы - Ancient Bird amulet (soul) of pre-pagan origins. Lunnitsy, Lunula or Lunitsa is a bird shaped

Part of a necklace in the form of a crescent 11th-12th century Egypt Gold with granulation, gold filigree and cloisonné enamel decoration

Pendant portion of necklace in the form of a crescent -- Century -- Egypt -- Gold with granulation, gold filigree and cloisonné enamel decoration.

A Greek Hellenistic gold pendant in the form of a wide moon crescent centered by a cabochon garnet surrounded by filigree spirals and petals, 1st century B.C.

Lunulas A Greek Hellenistic gold pendant in the form of a wide moon crescent centered by a cabochon garnet surrounded by filigree spirals and petals, century B.

Bird Lunula - 5007S Also called a lunitsa - Crescent moon shaped woman's charm found in ancient Slavic and Norse cultures - shaped in the double bird image found in Scythian art - a reproduction of one found in a 8th century burial in Nitra-Lupka, Poland

Bird Lunula - Also called a lunitsa - Crescent moon shaped woman's charm found in ancient Slavic and Norse cultures - shaped in the double bird image found in Scythian art - a reproduction of one found in a century burial in Nitra-Lupka, Poland

10-talet  Village of Gnezdovo, Smolensk Region  silver, filigran och lister  10-talet byn Gnezdovo, Smolensk Region silver, filigran OCH Lister

Village of Gnezdovo, Smolensk Region silver, filigran och lister…

Norse jewelry for ATS

Lunnitsa Replica of find Village of Gnezdovo, Rus Smolensk Province Century

Kutno (town in Poland) Slavic Ancient women's "bird tribe amulet", modern day people calls it a Lunula or Lunitsa but its not the moon, its associated with the moon only through the shamanic bird tribe

Древние Птица амулет (соул) - лунницы - Ancient Bird amulet (soul) of pre-pagan origins. Lunnitsy, Lunula or Lunitsa is a bird shaped

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