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  •  
    • What is halloween?
    • Halloween’s origin
    • Incorporation of the roman culture
    • Why is this day called halloween?
    • Trick-or-treating’s origin.
  • What is halloween?
    • This day is celebrated the 31th October.
    • the houses are decorated with pumpkins and skeletons
    • The children wear costumes and they go from house to house, asking for sweets.
  • Halloween’s origin
    • It derived from the devilish rites of priests called Druids.
    • They celebrated Samhain October 31.
    • They wore costumes of animal skins.
    • Romans conquered Celtic at around 43 BC.
    • They incorporation invocation of Pomona into Samhain .
    Incorporation of the roman culture
  • Why is this day called halloween?
    • Christianity spread into Celtic lands.
    • They designated November 1 All Saints' Day.
    • The celebration was called All-hallows and the night before it Halloween.
  • Trick-or-treating
    • In halloween children ask "Trick or treat?".
    • It resembles the late medieval.
    • Poor went door to door receiving food.
  • Summary
    • Halloween has its origins in the devilish rites of priests called Druids .
    • This celebration was added the invocation of Pomona.
    • This celebration was called halloween by Christianity.
    • Christianity doesn’t support the celebration of Halloween because it has a meaning of death and horror. Do you agree?
    • What do you think about that halloween isn’t typically from Spain and therefore we should not celebrate it?
    Questions