Ancient Calendar: May 21, 2010


Are we ready for some Ancient Holidays?

Alrighty then…come on because today is considered to be *drum roll* Plato‘s Birthday. Who’s he? Well, he just so happens to be a Greek Philosopher who ended up being one of the most popular students of Socrates while traveling around the big ol’ Mediterranean and Middle East. Why, Plato was so fab, they even gave him his own crater in the moon above–to honor him eternally.

In Egypt, Tefnut is getting a Festival in her honor. She’s primal deity of rain or whatever moisture. Atum is her big daddy and Shu—god of the Sun—is her brother.

Today would have been the third day of Callynteria in Classical Greece. See Ancient Calendar: May 19th.


A little announcement. Yes, Ancient Calendar is the same as Pagan Holidays. I just thought this title might be a bit more accurate. We also have our own page, located Ancient Calendar.



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