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Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. 1500 BCE. From the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. From the Cleveland Museum of Art. (looks like things have not changed much:)

Silver pendants found in Obra Nowa, Poland. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - early Polish state / Piast dynasty) Timeline: late 10th - early 11th century Source: “Skarby wieków średnich” exhibition album, 2007.

Silver pendants found in Obra Nowa, Poland (West Slavs - early Polish state / Piast dynasty);

MORAVIA,+Lunitsa,+Slaves,+Vikings,+pendentif,+Bronze

Symbol of Lunitsa (or Lunula - little moon) is a female symbol. Such jewels were worn by Slavic and Viking women. Replica of an old Slavic jewel - Lunitsa (also Lunula or Luneta).

Lunula is an old Slavic jewel of fertility. Original was found near the city of Stare Mesto (XI century, Great Moravia Empire).

Lunula is an old Slavic jewel of fertility. Original was found near the city of Stare Mesto (XI century, Great Moravia Empire).

PilarArt.pl - Slavic jewellery: reconstruction of temple rings from Poland (10th century)

pl - Slavic jewellery: reconstruction of temple rings from Poland