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Ovids-The-Empire-of-Flora_by--Tiepolo
The Fasti [traditionally known in English as the "Book of Days"] is a 6-book Latin poem concerning Roman festivals JAN - JUN by Ovid published in 8 AD. Ovid is believed to have left the Fasti incomplete when he was exiled by emperor Augustus in 8 AD
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Fasti_poem by Ovid
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saturnalia-artisti
“Art and religion carnivals and saturnalia dancing and listening to oratory - all these have served in H. G. Wells's phrase as Doors in the Wall.” ―-- Aldous Huxley; The Doors of Perception
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Saturnalia
The Saturnalia was the most popular holiday of the Roman year. Catullus describes it as "the best of days " and Seneca complains that the "whole mob has let itself go in pleasures." Cicero fled to the countryside. It was an occasion for celebration visits
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SaturnaliaSetting
Saturnalia celebrated the sun overcoming the power of winter with hope of spring when life would be renewed. In Roman times Bacchus the god of wine became the lord of these festivals.
carnaval.com/saturnalia/
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DanceToThe_PartyOfTime
"It was the night before the great celebration" -a story from the ancient Saturnalia holiday that sound remarkably familiar
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