Easter Traditions. B y : Muntean Oana and Munteanu Andreea. Easter. Easter is a religious holiday annual spring different meanings found in Christianity and Judaism. Some Easter customs are found with different meaning in ancient biblical religions previous. D ying eggs.
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EasterTraditions By: MunteanOana and MunteanuAndreea
Easter • Easter is a religious holiday annual spring different meanings found in Christianity and Judaism. Some Easter customs are found with different meaning in ancient biblical religions previous
Dyingeggs Colorful Easter eggs is a widespread Christian tradition known, starting from Armenia, Russia, Greece, the Mediterranean, to central Europe. In general, the egg is a symbol of the Resurrection art history - ancient religious paintings, most often in the background of the painting. Folklore preserve many Christian legends explaining why flushed Easter eggs and why they have become a symbol of the Resurrection Feast. One of them tells that Mary, who had come to mourn son crucified, sitting beside basket with eggs cross and they were red with the blood dripping from the wounds of Jesus.
Breadwithcheese Easter custom of eating lamb and pasture is linked to Easter Hebrew ritual. In Hebrew tradition, ritual eating lamb with unleavened bread (unleavened bread) and bitter herbs to remember the hardships endured in Egyptian bondage. At the Last Supper, Jesus and the apostles Hebrew ritually ate lamb and unleavened bread is the feed
Haggis Haggis is a traditional Romanian cuisine, one of the lamb dishes specific to Easter.
Passing under the good fridaymass • Every year on Good Friday, in the grave, along with Christ, that, then, was also raised with Him. This lowering and lifting of the pit of death is done symbolically by passing under the table located in the middle of the church, which is lying dead body of Jesus Christ imprinted on the Holy Shroud