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Roman Festival Days - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Read about many of the festival days or fasti of ancient Rome.
Roman Holidays in March - The Fasti - Ancient/Classical History
At Anna Perenna's festival, reversal of typical Roman dignitas includes inversion of gender roles as when a drunken old woman drags along a drunken old man.
Saturnalia - Roman Festival Saturnalia - Ancient/Classical History
Saturnalia was probably the most popular Roman festival. Saturnalia was held in mid-December to honor the god Saturn with feasting, gift giving and role ...
Roman Pagan Holidays - Roman Pagan Festivals - Paganism & Wicca
Many of the festivals and celebrations of ancient Rome are still marked today by some modern Pagans. Learn about some of the different Roman pagan ...
Rome, Italy Festivals and Events (In July) - Italy Travel - About.com
Learn about the festivals and events that happen each July in Rome, Italy. Find things to do in Rome in July.
Matronalia - the Roman Festival of Motherhood - Paganism & Wicca
In ancient Rome, the holiday of Matronalia was celebrated each year at the beginning of March. This annual "festival of women" was held in honor of Juno ...
Matronalia - A Roman Festival for Juno - Ancient/Classical History
On the anniversary of the foundation of the temple of Juno Lucina on the Esquiline, Roman matrons held a festival known as the Matronalia on March 1.
Lupercalia - The Origins of the Roman Festival
Those looking for the origins of Valentine's Day inevitably encounter the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia. The Lupercalia festival is described in sometimes ...
Rome Events and Festivals in August - Italy Travel - About.com
Learn about the festivals and events that happen each August in Rome, Italy. Here are August Italian holidays and Roman celebrations. Find things to do in ...
Calendar of Festivals and Events in Rome, Italy
Learn about the festivals and events that happen each year in Rome, Italy. Find things to do in Rome for each month of the year.
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