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A portrait of Holy Antinoos, the deified lover of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. More myth than fact remains of either his life or his death, but the record is clear that he died while traveling with Hadrian in Egypt and that emperor had him deified, established a hero cult in his name, and named a city after him. The cult never became a major religion, but it was widespread and reasonably popular, and Antinoos became both a religious and literary icon of sexual love between men. I based this image of Antinoos on a Roman statue in the Antinous Mondragone style from the 2nd century CE, reframed in imitation of an ancient coin.
These talismans are not consecrated or cast according to astrological timing. They are empty vessels waiting to be filled and awakened by the consecration rites which you will perform in your home or temple, according to your traditions and and with the aid of your familiar spirits.
* One inch (27mm) in diameter, 3mm thick, with bail suitable for a 2-3mm chain.
* Made of solid .925 sterling silver.
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