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From the Saxon and Viking raiders of the Dark Ages to underworld, nocturnal revenants of latter-day, the symbol of power from the wolf's fang is understood by all. As presented in "Drauga" by Michael W Ford (softcover/hardcover), the lycanthropic warrior-cults are as old as the Bronze Age with the Maryannu (warriors) who invaded north India, Iran and eastern Syria (as the Mittani). These warriors entered mental states of lycanthropic frenzy prior to battle, invoking Aeshma and Rudra the powers of war, wilderness and night. The Germanic and Norse werewolf and berserker warriors are also related as Indo-European 'cousins' to the older Indo-Aryan nomadic warbands of pre-Zoroastrian Persia.
A fully 3D, double sided, sculpted wolf's head in profile, mounting a black pewter wolf's tooth; suspended from a pewter bail and on a 21" antiqued curb chain.Approximate Dimensions:Width 0.91" x Height 2.32" x Depth 0.39"Chain:21"Materials:Fine English Pewter
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