Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Feast Of The Mamuralia Ancient Rome

Feast Of The Mamuralia Ancient Rome
THIS Social event WAS Magnificent Trendy THE Day OF THE REPUBLIC.

A man clad in furs was vanquished with rods and encouraged beyond the reduce of the town, a practice held to restrain commemorated the separation of the smith Mamurius Veturius from the town, as Rome had suffered since of a shell he had provided. It seems that Mamurius represented the old see, depicted as the god of war, Mars. This extravaganza in addition to celebrates the art of armour making.

On this day, Frazer (Frazer, Sir James George (1854 - 1941), "The Fair Divide", 1922, Ch. LVIII) tells us (unusually the day before the traditional early on full moon of the new see which began on Hike 1), a man pure in goatskins would be ceremonially vanquished with desire white rods and chased out of the town in a rite of refining. Mamurius, vivid the old see and all its problems, is for this reason purged from the community.


This ritual of scapegoating is not not used in world cultures and religions - Frazer investigates some of these - and may be held to find an announce in the tang and presentation of Jesus Christ...

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