The Neapolitan cornicello has its origins in Greek and Roman mythology, linked to the moment in which Zeus broke a horn from a goat, and filled it from fruits and flowers, as a symbol of fertility and life. The symbol has been traditionally worn as a protective amulet by the men and women of Naples, in particularly associated with guarding fruit trees, and nursing mothers.
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