Monthly Archives: August 2014

Service resumption (as predicted!)

I’m delighted to be able to inform the legions of loyal viewers and readers of this blog and the http://www.deomercurio.be website that, as of Monday the 25th, the site is restored to full working order and that all is just … Continue reading

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Service interruption for Volkanalia

What a Volkanalia this has been! So the website http://www.deomercurio.be, which has been an ongoing project of mine—and also the fulfilment of a vow—should have celebrated its seventh birthday today with a significant upgrade, enabling me to post more images … Continue reading

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Decamnoctiacis Granni

Here’s my theory about the ten-night festival of Grannus, celebrated (at least) at Limoges as the decamnoctiactis Granni (AE 1989: 521). That inscription does not say on which days of the year that festival falls, however—or even in which calendar … Continue reading

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A fertum recipe (without numbers)

By the way, it occurred to me that, having alluded to fertí in my last post, I might as well make public my recipe for this staple gift to the gods. After wine and incense, a fertum is probably the … Continue reading

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Why Karl Jenkins is my ‘Lugnasad’ soundtrack

First off, a bajillion thank-yous to all those who’ve blogged about the Polytheist Leadership Conference and made those of us who couldn’t go feel like vicarious participants. I hope to write some responses to some of those posts in the … Continue reading

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