Peace of mind. Regarded by the ancients as having the power to dispel drunkenness.
I mourn your absence. Worn by the ancients as an amulet or charm, on account of the medicinal and magical virtues it was supposed to possess.
Pride. Awarded supernatural qualities from the most remote period down to the Middle Ages. Has the power of making men courageous and magnanimous. Protects from evil spirits. Influences the gods to take pity upon mortals. Maintains concord between husband and wife, and for this reason was held as the most appropriate stone for the espousal ring.
Success in love. Mentioned in the Bible as worn in the breast plate of the High Priest as an emblem of chastity.
A cheerful mind. An amulet against poison, sadness, evil thoughts. A preservative of health. Admonishes the wearer of impending danger by changing color.
Chastity. Procures favor with princes. Frees from enchantment. Prevents impure thoughts.
Fidelity. Calms the passions.
Success and happiness. Preserves from contagion.
Fidelity in every engagement.
Purity and innocence.