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Ancient Egyptians celebrated their NEW YEAR with "New Year Flasks" filled with Nile water inscribed "May Isis [or Amun Ra] inaugurate a perfect year for this [flask's] owner". Narrow necks shaped like the top of a papyrus plant and Nile animals (cows, baboons). Worth a try?
It's that day of the week again, it's #PhallusThursday - and it's New Year's Eve, so best break out the best pots you've got.
Etruscan globular cup with two handles, and a rather fancy pair of Phallus-Birds, ca. 525-500 BC.
Image: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2009.316)
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Detail from the ancient theatre of Dionysos in Athens, Greece.
Amazon. Date: ca. 300–280 B.C. Culture: South Italian, Canosan. Place of origin: Southern Italy. Medium: Terracota. Source: http://artmuseum.princeton.edu.
Felix Dies Natalis Solis Invicti!
Two days after the end of the #Saturnalia festival, on December 25, the Romans observed the birthday of Sol Invictus, the Unconquered Sun-god, whose resurgence on the winter solstice initiated the daily increase in the hours of sunlight.
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An old Saturnalia favorite
The binding of Saturn
King of the Saturnalia
Presiding over your life. Summoning you to your fate.
Dionysian priestess and sadomasochistic alchemist. Queer visual/ performance artist based in #NYC. Rituals of torment, transformation, divine madness & ecstasy.