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Term: Fascinum

DEFINITION:
A charm against the evil eye worn by children in ancient Greece. Shaped like a phallus, it was also used to protect homes, forges, and chariots. Other names for it include probaskanion and baskanion. In Rome it was called a satyrica sigma.
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