From prehistoric times, people used holidays as an excuse to get together and trade items, stories, tribesman, and ideas. While the world's humans were migratory, the solstices and equinoxes marked a time when anyone within sight of a major landmark would go to it to celebrate.

The development of agriculture led to the establishment of communities where holidays were celebrated in settlement. Patriarchal religions expanded the number of holidays. Kingdoms made use of them to control and divert their citizens.

Age of ObsidianEdit

Post-Roman Britain had at least four religions. The oldest was a latent mother nature worship which would become known as a "witch cult" in medieval Europe. The Celtic religion involved a collection of gods and supernatural creatures who were loosely stratified and often varied by region. Christianity was a newly welcomed religion whose beliefs hadn't been fully learned yet. The Germanic religion was slightly more stratified than the Celtic and had been introduced with the Germanic foederati.

Age of ArthurEdit

Fertility Cults Edit

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