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06.08.2019| Taushakar | 8 Comments

Saturnalia - Phlimm - Saturnalia (CDr)

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Label: Ack Recordings - ACK 12 • Format: CDr Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract


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8 thoughts on “ Saturnalia - Phlimm - Saturnalia (CDr) ”

  1. Akigore says:
    Macao is an independent center for art, culture, and research-based in Milan, Italy. Each year they host Saturnalia, a festival bringing together performing arts, cinema, visual arts, design, photography, literature, new media, hacking and the community.
  2. Shakakree says:
    Saturnalia is a progressive rock/psychedelic rock band from London, England, that was founded in Saturnalia (the name coming from the Roman holiday honoring the deity Saturn who was known as the god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal, liberation, and time - clearly a busy agenda), featured the talents of drummer Tom Crompton, singer Adrian Hawkins.
  3. Faesar says:
    Saturnalia is the ancient Roman holiday celebrated around the winter solstice. It was in praise of the god Saturn, and consisted of a huge drunken orgy. Another common practice during this festival was the switching of slave and master roles. for one day, all the slave owners gave up their power to their slaves. the common saying for this festival (ex. merry Christmas) was "Io Saturnalia.
  4. Nar says:
    Jan 02,  · Saturnalia was a week-long Roman festival honoring the god Saturn; since it started on December 17, it fell within what we now call the Christmas season. Interestingly, historical accounts differ about whether Saturnalia celebrations were examples of debauchery or charity.
  5. Mirr says:
    Dec 16,  · The Saturnalia was an enduring Roman festival dedicated to the agricultural god Saturn which was held between the 17th and 23rd of December each year during the winter solstice. Originating from archaic agricultural rituals the Roman festivities came to include a general round of gift-giving, merrymaking, and role-reversals so that it became one of the most popular celebrations in the .
  6. Mikarisar says:
    Nov 30,  · In the 4th century, the Roman Catholic Church adopted the Saturnalia festival hoping to take the pagan masses in with it. Chatolic leaders succeeded in converting to “Christianity” large numbers of pagans by promising them that they could continue to celebrate their Saturnalia as “Christmas”.Christians had little success, however, refining the practices of Saturnalia.
  7. Sak says:
    Dec 21,  · Thank you to the University of Warwick for sending me this interesting article by Kevin Butcher, Professor of Roman History. If you've been watching our Tudor Society Advent Calendar videos, you'll know that I mentioned Saturnalia in the talk I did on the Lord of Misrule tradition. Whilst we celebrate Christmas, over years ago the ancient Romans were busy with their own winter festival.
  8. Tygozragore says:
    Saturnalia is an extinct genus of basal prosauropod dinosaur from the Triassic of Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil. The deposits are dated to the early Upper Triassic, about million years ago (mya).The dinsaur grew to about meters (5 ft) long. Phylogeny. The primitive nature of Saturnalia, and its mixture of sauropodomorph and theropod characteristics, has made it difficult to classify.

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