Wear your own Amazonian warrior to remind you of your unyielding strength or as a nod to the women who gave it to you.
The charm intricately features an amazon in warrior stance riding a lion. Yep.
100% gold-filled chain with link option at 16" and 18"-20"
14K gold-plated over sterling silver charm.
Known widely as a Greek myth of women warriors, amazons have inspired artists and authors from Homer's ILIAD to Marston's Wonder Woman.
Amazon Women in History: The works of the Greek historian Herodotus, written around the 5th century B.C., describe a group of female warriors who lost to the Greeks at the battle of Thermodon. Herodotus' Amazons were taken prisoner and put on ships, but overwhelmed and killed the Greek crew. Unable to sail themselves, the women drifted to the shores of the Black Sea, to the territory of the Scythians, a nomadic culture of Iranian descent. The women, Herodotus says, intermarried with the Scythian men, and convinced their new husbands to move northeast across the flat grassy plains, high mountains, and searing deserts of the Russian steppes, where the group eventually evolved into the Sauromatian culture.