Hilaria

The Hilaria (Greek: ἱλάρια; Latin: hilaris, `cheerful`) were ancient Roman religious festivals celebrated on the vernal equinox to honor Cybele. The Romans took this feast originally from the Greeks, who called it ΑΝΑΒΑΣΙΣ, q.d. Ascensus: the eve of that day they spent in tears and lamentations, and denominated it ΚΑΤΑΒΑΣΙ.....
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Hilaria

[genus] Hilaria is a genus of grass in the Poaceae family. Members of the genus are commonly known as curly mesquite. It contains 9-10 species that are found in the Southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America, and Venezuela. The generic name honors French naturalist Augustin Saint-Hilaire (1779–1853). ==Selected species== ===Forme...
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Hilaria

Hilaria was an ancient Roman festival observed at the vernal equinox in honour of the goddess Cybele. The festival was renowned for its joy and mirth.
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Hilaria

in botany, genus of perennial grasses in the family Poaceae, consisting of about seven species native primarily to warm, dry areas of southern North ...
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Hilaria

in Roman religion, day of merriment and rejoicing in the Cybele-Attis cult and in the Isis-Osiris cult, March 25 and November 3, respectively. It ...
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