The celebrations of the Greeks were numerous. They celebrated: the return of the stations of the year, and to the Gods in they had personified which them and the anniversaries by any memorable concept; the Neomenias (the day first of the lunar month). All the celebrations were of religious character, according to the divinity had different modalities. Fistas of Ceres and those of Platen press, were different by their solemnity from those from I am vacant, that stood out by the disorder and the desenfrenos.Almost all the celebrations of Greece went accompanied of sacrifices and they were finished on foot with combats of fighters and by carts, to horse and in cars. The main celebrations of old Greece were: the Dionisacas and the Bacanales, celebrated in Athens. Dances and songs of triumph consisted of, being celebrated after the winter solstice.
The unique ones that could enter the temple of I am vacant, were the priestesses, appointed by arconte. In the celebration of the Agriones, the women did that they bucaban to I am vacant wildly, and after a banquet they became enemies; this fista lasted several days. The Adonas was celebrations of duel in all Greece. The death of Adonis was cried, lover of Venus and died by a wild boar. The Cinofontes celebrations, were celebrated in the days caniculares, being able to give him death to all dog that left to the encounter. Another one of the celebrations was the Diamastigosis or flagellation; very cruel where they appeared to the children before the altar of Morning call, and it was whipped to them in the presence of his parents, who encouraged to them to continue suffering. Those that died by the flagellation were conciderados winners; later it was not allowed to follow with the whips, once appeared bleeding.
One of the few human sacrifices that occurred in the Greek cults, was in the celebration of Targelias, honor of Apolo and Morning call; it was celebrated in April. The athenians used to immolate two O-Men one woman and a man. The Panateneas, was the celebrations of Platen press, calls in Athens ” great fiestas” ; because to them all the towns of the Atica went. They were triennial and quinquennial (these last ones were most solemn).Three sorts of spectacles could be seen public: run of men in games of athletics and literary and musical contest; giving the most distiguido prize him to. Fista finished with a sacrifice of oxen; brought by each one of the towns of the Atica obligatorily. Part of the meat was for all the assistants.I invite to you to visit the Digital Bookstore of where you will find articles of quality verified for your personal and spiritual development: Health, Sports, Entertainments, Computation, Languages, Labor Exit and more.