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Procession in Honor of Isis Puzzle Details:

About: The Navigium Isidis as illustrated in 1902 by artist Frederick Arthur Bridgman. The Navigium Isidis or Isidis Navigium (trans. the vessel of Isis) was an annual ancient Roman religious festival in honor of the goddess Isis. The festival outlived Christian persecution by Theodosius (391) and Arcadius' persecution against the Roman religion. n the Roman Empire, it was still celebrated in Italy at least until the year 416. In Egypt, it was suppressed by Christian authorities in the 6th century.
Image Credits: Frederick Arthur Bridgman
Puzzle Of The Day On: 25/Feb/2012

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