Medusa Head Snake Goddess Greek Roman Pendant Historical Costume NecklacePN# 10072
In Greek and Roman mythology, Medusa was one of the three Gorgons and the only one who was mortal. Originally a beautiful maiden, she desecrated Athena's temple by lying there with Poseidon. Outraged, Athena turned Medusa's hair into snakes. Because of her appearance, Medusa has the power to turn anyone who gazes upon her to stone.
- Pewter Medusa Head with Snakes Pendant is supplied on an 20 in L metal necklace.
- The information on the reverse of the fold-over card describes how Roman jewelry was created with Greek and Etruscan influences.
- Measures 1 in W x 1 in H x 1/8 in D. Weighs 2 oz.
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