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Il Regno: The Lessons of Abu Tabela

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Il Regno: The Farchie Festival of Fara Filiorum Petri, A Light Against the Darkness

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Il Regno: Hellenic Dawn

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The Coming of the Greeks to Southern Italy By Niccolò Graffio “Greek customs such as wine drinking were regarded as worthy of imitation by other cultures.

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Il Regno: The Roman Lupercalia, an Ancient Tradition

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By Lucian The Lupercalia was a Roman holiday that was celebrated on February 15th and 16th.

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Il Regno: Echoes of Gemini: Castor and Pollux from Prospect Park to the Samnites

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Il Regno: The Greek Anthesteria in Southern Italy

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By Lucian The Greek settlements in southern Italy, collectively known as Magna Graecia, are an important part of our culture and history.

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Il Regno: The Ides of August, Diana and the Nemoralia

Il Regno: The Ides of August, Diana and the Nemoralia | Southern Italian interests | Scoop.it

By Lucian In the ancient Roman calendar the ides of any given month was the day halfway through it. The Romans placed special significance on certain numbers and dates, as did many cultures in ancient times.

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Magna GRECE: The Samnites

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Simultaneously, Lucanians and Bruttians, other Oscan speakers, began to harass the cities of Magna Graecia. The Greeks of Magna Graecia appealed to Epirus, a city-state located just north of modern Greece.

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