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Roman amulet with manus fica gesture

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Roman amulet with manus fica gesture
Roman amulet with manus fica gesture | Museum of London

A Roman bone charm with a faullus and a manus fica gesture that was shown for good luck. The object was found in London and was probably worn around the neck as a symbol of good luck in warding off evil. The artefact is in the Museum of London.

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