European Pagan Memory Day

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Many times during the centuries the human kind looked back at ancient pagan times to draw inspiration from it or from some of its features in the arts, in philosophy and in literature. Sometimes it was a matter of regret for the lost past time, sometimes of restoration, and some other times it was simply a renewal of some pagan elements. Here we are not going to deal with the use of the pagan past for political propaganda, but only with cultural renewal. Sometimes the traces of pagan antiquity are hidden in our modern society and it's our task to look for them...

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Contributions of the 20th century

Survey of Pagan temples reused in or as christian churches

The myth where you don't expect it

Julian the Emperor

Humanism and Renaissance


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