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H A L L O W E E N h i s t o r y o f h a l l o w e e n Start from 2500 years ago Celts living in the Great Britain believed that human is mastered by gods They also believed that Samhain,the death god,would come back to the earthly world with the dead at the night on october 3l

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h i s t o r y o f h a l l o w e e n
history of halloween
  • Start from 2500 years ago
  • Celts living in the Great Britain believed that human is mastered by gods
  • They also believed that Samhain,the death god,would come back to the earthly world with the dead at the night on october 3l
  • The Celts built bonfires and fired animals as sacrificial offerings to the death god
  • Some Celts were dressed in costumes made from animal heads or furs, which was the origin of contemporary Halloween masquerade
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The night of the death god was a horrifying time that signified the coming of winter and was the beginning of Halloween eve
  • The term Halloween is shortened from All-hallow-evening
  • it is the eve of “All Hallows Day”,which is now also known as All Saints’ Day.
h a l l o w e e n n o w a d a y s
halloween nowadays
  • Symbols
  • The carved pumkin, lit by a candle inside, is one of Halloween's most prominent symbols
  • Costumes
  • traditionally those of monsters such as ghosts, skeletons, witches, and devils.
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Food
  • Candy apples (also known as toffee or taffy apples) are a common Halloween treat
  • made by rolling whole apples in a sticky sugar syrup, and sometimes rolling them in nuts