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Christmas, Clothes, and Friends: Boondocks "Saturnalia" @Regran_ed from @kishlb - classic boondocks christmas christmasorgy christmasorgin romanculture saturnalia jesus christmastree christmasdecor rudolph nutcracker christmasgifts christmascookies Saturnalia, held in mid-December, is an ancient Roman pagan festival honoring the agricultural god Saturn. Saturnalia celebrations are the source of many of the traditions we now associate with Christmas. WHAT IS SATURNALIA? Saturnalia, the most popular holiday on the ancientRoman calendar, derived from older farming-related rituals of midwinter and the wintersolstice, especially the practice of offering gifts or sacrifices to the gods during the winter sowing season. The pagancelebration of Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture and time, began as a single day, but by the late Republic (133-31 B.C.) it had expanded to a weeklong festival beginning December 17. (On the Juliancalendar, which the Romans used at the time, the winter solstice fell on December 25.) HOW THE ROMANS CELEBRATED SATURNALIA During Saturnalia, work and business came to a halt. Schools and courts of law closed, and the normal social patterns were suspended. People decorated their homes with wreaths and other greenery, and shed their traditional togas in favor of colorful clothes known as synthesis. Even slaves did not have to work during Saturnalia, but were allowed to participate in the festivities; in some cases, they sat at the head of the table while their masters served them. Instead of working, Romans spent Saturnalia gambling, singing, playing music, feasting, socializing and giving each other gifts. Wax taper candles called cerei were common gifts during Saturnalia, to signify light returning after the solstice. On the last day of Saturnalia celebrations, known as the Sigillaria, many Romans gave their friends and loved ones small terracotta figurines known as signillaria, which may have referred back to older celebrations involving humansacrifice. - regrann
Christmas, Clothes, and Friends: Boondocks "Saturnalia"
@Regran_ed from @kishlb - classic boondocks christmas christmasorgy christmasorgin romanculture saturnalia jesus christmastree christmasdecor rudolph nutcracker christmasgifts christmascookies Saturnalia, held in mid-December, is an ancient Roman pagan festival honoring the agricultural god Saturn. Saturnalia celebrations are the source of many of the traditions we now associate with Christmas. WHAT IS SATURNALIA? Saturnalia, the most popular holiday on the ancientRoman calendar, derived from older farming-related rituals of midwinter and the wintersolstice, especially the practice of offering gifts or sacrifices to the gods during the winter sowing season. The pagancelebration of Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture and time, began as a single day, but by the late Republic (133-31 B.C.) it had expanded to a weeklong festival beginning December 17. (On the Juliancalendar, which the Romans used at the time, the winter solstice fell on December 25.) HOW THE ROMANS CELEBRATED SATURNALIA During Saturnalia, work and business came to a halt. Schools and courts of law closed, and the normal social patterns were suspended. People decorated their homes with wreaths and other greenery, and shed their traditional togas in favor of colorful clothes known as synthesis. Even slaves did not have to work during Saturnalia, but were allowed to participate in the festivities; in some cases, they sat at the head of the table while their masters served them. Instead of working, Romans spent Saturnalia gambling, singing, playing music, feasting, socializing and giving each other gifts. Wax taper candles called cerei were common gifts during Saturnalia, to signify light returning after the solstice. On the last day of Saturnalia celebrations, known as the Sigillaria, many Romans gave their friends and loved ones small terracotta figurines known as signillaria, which may have referred back to older celebrations involving humansacrifice. - regrann

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