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Pendent Amulet, Pan, Greek/Roman, ca. 1st Cent BC-1st Cent AD, Rare!

Copper alloy; 21mm/2.5gm

Con/ Minor loss of patina and pendent loop broken, otherwise, As Cast/Fabricated

Description/ Head of Pan facing, horns, wild hair and goat beard; the reverse is unadorned other than the excellent original file marks!

Seller's Note/ The god Pan in Greek mythology was the Lord of the Wild. But as ancient empires began to grow, the wild suffered, as did Pan’s life essence. In the 1st century AD, a passing ship off the coast of Ephesus, headed to Italy heard the cry “The Great God Pan is dead!” The source of the voice was never discovered, but the message was passed on from ship to ship to one voice to another.

Even if the Great God Pan really died 2 thousand years ago, his adherents did not, as presented in this very rare, perhaps and unique necklace amulet. 

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