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Advent Calendar 2. Game


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Howdy Cowboys and Cowgirls,

Our second game has arrived!
We are here again with another game!
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Its now the second day in December, and here up north its actually snowing today

Which Roman festival, from Roman times, draws direct threads to Christmas as we know it today?

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Depending on your approach to Christmas, that would be technically Saturnalia if you consider Christmas as the days leading to Dec. 24. For those who like an extended seasonal holidays (Canadians, for instance, are known for celebrating two months of Christmas season), Brumalia was the festival kicking from the Winter Solstice (Nov. 21) that would turn into Saturnalia the days prior Christmas Day.