New Year Gifts in Ancient Rome

The ancient Romans used to celebrate New Year 2018 with great enthusiasm. They used to exchange gifts with their friends and relatives. They also used to give gifts to priests of church. They were religious and used to celebrate New Year in a religious way. The New Year gifts for them were meaningful. They give gifts to others to wish them luck for the whole New Year.

The gifts they used to give were olive trees, the branches of sacred tress. These were considered very auspicious and believed to bring luck and prosperity and due to this these were gifted to friends and closed relatives. The ancient Romans used to gift gold covered nuts to wish good wealth to their friends and relatives. The cold coins of God Janus were also used for gifts. These were considered to bring blessing to the receiver. In this way the Romans used to choose the wonderful and meaningful gifts for New year 2018.

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