Knotwork raven necklace on black Cord. Ravens have an essential role in Celtic mythology and tradition. Among the things, they were linked to was the ability to foretell the future, death and the night, and more specifically, the deaths of soldiers in battle. As a result, it was common for Celtic war goddesses to take the form of a raven.
- Fine pewter raven pendant 1.45 centimeters by 3.0 centimeters ( 36 x 31 mm)
- Black Cord made of black faux leather and steel with a rhodium finish is 20 inches (51 cm) in length and includes an extender chain measuring 1.5 inches (3.8 cm). Finished with a lobster claw clasp for added security.
In the Mabinogion, a collection of ancient Welsh legends, the colossal Celtic deity Brân (Celtic for “Raven”) is described as the “crowned king over this Island” (i.e., Britain). Because of his enormous size, he and his court had to dwell in a tent rather than a permanent structure. The miraculousness of Brân’s severed head was the central theme of his story. The ancient Celts believed that the human brain was the seat of the soul and could continue to function independently even after the body had died. To them, it symbolized fertility and the power to foretell the future. They also thought it served a purpose in the afterlife by amusing.
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