|Dimensions||16 × 2 × 2 cm|
Kings adorned headdresses with horns as a symbol of strength, supremacy, sovereignty and regal dignity. Horns meant glory as well as aggressive ferocity.
Bacchus has the appellation “the horned one,” and Pan, as well as his satyr companions, wore goat’s horns. Folk charivari hunting talismans like these were always popular and worn for protection, prosperity, & strength.
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