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  • Celtic Pendants

    Pendants with symbols and motifs of the Celtic people. The Celts were a people or group of peoples of the Iron Age Celts who spoke languages ​​belonging to a branch of Indo-European languages. The most accepted theory of the origin of the Celts, is the "Indo-European origin." A group of people, from India and the Middle East, migrated to Europe. However, studies by the Institute's Turret reveal a possible origin of the Iberian Celts, having left the northern coast of the peninsula to the British Isles and central Europe.

  • Egyptian Pendants

    Pendants with Egyptian religious and mythological motifs. Egyptian civilization dates from VI millennium BC, during the Neolithic, when the first inhabitants settled. The Nile River, around which sits the town, has been the baseline for Egyptian culture since nomadic hunter-gatherers began living along its banks during the Pleistocene. Traces of these early settlers were on objects and signs carved onto the rocks along the valley of the Nile and in the oases.

  • Greek Pendants

    Pendants with Greek motifs, Spartans or Trojans. The Culture of Greece has evolved throughout its history, with its beginnings in Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations continuing the most remarkable ancient Greece, the birth of the Hellenistic era and through the influence of the Roman Empire and its successor, the Byzantine Empire, in eastern Greece. The Ottoman Empire also had a considerable influence on Greek culture, but is the Greek Independence war that encourages revitalizing Greece and the birth of an individual identity within its multi-faceted culture throughout its history.

  • Jewish Pendants

    Pendants with crosses and Jewish symbols. The Jewish people are an ethnic group descended from the ancient Israelites of the Middle East, religion is therefore an aspect of ethnicity to the Jewish people, as well as cultural, social, linguistic, etc.. Generally, the term Jew is used to refer to three groups: those with ethnic Jews, those who practice Judaism and those who identify as such by their cultural and historical identification. The Halacha, Jewish law, gives another definition of Jewish identity.

  • Templar Pendants

    Pendants with different Templar and medieval motifs based on the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, commonly known as the Templar Knights or the Order of the Temple. It was one of the most famous Christian military orders. This organization was active for nearly two centuries. It was founded between 1118 and 1119 by nine French knights led by Hugues de Payens after the First Crusade. Its original purpose was to protect the lives of Christian pilgrimage to Jerusalem after its conquest. They were recognized by the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Garmond of Picquigny, which gave them a rule of the Augustinian canons of the Holy Sepulchre.

  • Viking Pendants

    Pendants with motifs and Viking runes as the war, the sea, their mythology, religion, cosmology. The Vikings were members of the Germanic peoples originating in Scandinavia, famous for their raids and lootings in Europe. Depending on the context and interpretations of the author, the name can be used to refer to raiders from these sources or their countries of origin. Metonymy has led to the continued use of the name even today colloquial way to refer incorrectly to the Scandinavian countries.

  • Arab Pendants
  • Elven Pendants

    Pendants elves, creatures of Norse and Germanic mythology. Elves are creatures of long life or immortal and powers of life.

  • Hanging Game of Thrones
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