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English: Bronze tintinabulum hung with small bells to function as a wind chime. It is decorated with a winged lion-phallus which was believed to provide magical protection against evil and to bring good luck to the household.

Date 1st-Century

Length: 13.45 centimetres

On display: G69/dc12

British Museum: 1856,1226.1086

Title: Bronze phallic wind chime (tintinabulum)
Author Ashley Van Haeften


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