Sol Invictus

The Sol Invictus was a god to the Syrians and Romans. The Syrians worshipped a Vondraxian orb as the Sol Invictus. (PROSE: Trace Memory)

Sometime after 47 BC, the Feast of Sol Invictus was a celebration that supplanted the holiday of Saturnalia in Rome. A theory existed that 25 December was chosen for the date of Christmas because the Feast of Sol Invictus already existed on that date. (PROSE: The Best of Days)

In 219 AD, Emperor Elagabalus entered Rome with the Vondraxian orb. (PROSE: Trace Memory)

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