Druidism and Female

di Andrea Romanazzi

Modern Druidism was born in 1700 with the contribution of William Blake and of Masonic and Rotarian culture, as well as with a renewed interest in the history of ancient origins and English antiquarian art.  Were an english antiquarian, John Aubrey, and later a Lincolnshire doctor, William Stukeley, to define the archetype of the Druid, a man, often depleted as an old sage, with a cape cap, a stick, a short tunic and a long white beard.

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