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The Phaistos Disk, a fired clay disc, was a significant archaeological find. It was unearthed in 1908 by Italian archaeologist Luigi Pernier within the Minoan Palace of Phaistos. Recent research, spearheaded by Mr. Gareth Owens, has shed light on this enigmatic artifact. The Phaistos Disc, the most renowned Minoan syllabic inscription from the Bronze Age dating back to the 17th century BC, some 500 years prior to the Trojan War, is believed to be a prayer dedicated to the pregnant goddess and the goddess Aphaia. One side of the disc venerates the radiant pregnant goddess, while the other side pays tribute to the goddess who “sets,” presumably the Minoan deity Aphaia.

In line with this intriguing historical discovery, we recommend utilizing pendants in the trendy style of layered coin necklaces, currently in high demand. Embrace the art of layering with these stylish pendants, drawing inspiration from the Phaistos Disk’s rich symbolism.

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