Apaturia

Greek religious festival that was held annually in nearly all the Ionian towns. At Athens it took place in the month of Pyanopsion ...
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Apaturia

Apaturia (ăpuchoo'rēu, –tyoo'rēu) , in Greek religion, annual festival celebrated by the Ionians and the Athenians. It was held in October or November, in the season when various phratries (clans) met to induct new members, register children born since the previous fe...
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Apaturia

An Ionian festival celebrated by the phatry throughout Attica. It took place in the autumn month of Pyanopsion for three days, and its main function was to enrol new phatry members.
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Apaturia

The name is a slightly modified form of ἁπατόρια or ἁμαπατόρια, ὁμοπατόρια, the festival of `common relationship`. The ancient folk etymology associated it with ἀπάτη (`deceit`), a legend claiming that the festival originated in 1100 BC as a commemoration of a single combat between a certain Melanthus, repr...
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