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  • An amulet (from Latin amuletum; earliest extant use in Pliny's Natural History, meaning " Potential amulets include: gems, especially engraved gems, statues, coins, drawings,. — “Amulet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Sculptural zemis, or "amuletic zemis" take many forms,[6] but the most characteristically TaĆ­no art form is the three-point stone zemi. dating back to 200 BCE.[3] Small amuletic zemis would be worn on warrior's foreheads for. — “Zemi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • [edit] 151-189: Amuletic and protective spells. 151 Regarding the protection of the deceased in their tomb. This spell consists of a very large 157 For an amuletic golden vulture collar.[58] 158 For an amuletic golden falcon collar. — “List of Book of the Dead spells - Wikipedia, the free”,


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