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Samhain



The ancient Celtic festival from which modern day Halloween celebrations are based. The Irish English dictionary defines 'Samhain' as "Samhain, All Hallowtide, the feast of the dead in Pagan and Christian times, signalizing the close of harvest and the initiation of the winter season, lasting till May."

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