Tag Archives: Lugdunum

Taurobolium lugudunense

Today, the 9th of December, commemorates an interesting foray into Phrygian religion on Gaulish soil. On this day in the year 160 CE, under the ægis of the divine Antoninus Pius, a public taurobolium was celebrated for the first time … Continue reading

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O Kalends, my Kalends!

This time last year, I presented a ritual at Olympia, Washington, in honour of Rome and Augustus on the occasion of the Kalends of August. I’d like to reiterate my thanks to the organizers of Many Gods West last year, … 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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