Here are some links about, for or on Italian superstitions:
- Italian Life Rules – Superstitions, Familiar and Strange – "The first use of the Latin superstitio is found in the writing of the historians Livy and Ovid (1st century BC). At that time the term “superstition” was used in Italy mostly in the negative sense of an excessive fear of the gods or unreasonable religious belief, as opposed to religio, the proper, reasonable awe of the gods." – January 10, 2014 – "About" – Source: Tuscan Traveler – "Burnt to a Crisp Under the Tuscan Sun"
- Italian superstition – Jun 22, 2011 – blogger: Eleonora [Baldwin] – Source: Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino – ""
- Italian Superstitions by Mirella Sichirollo Patzer – "Did you know that the Italian culture is rife with superstitious beliefs? Some superstitions are so prevalent, so ingrained in the culture, that they dictate even the smallest details of everyday life. I can vouch for this because I’m first generation Italian Canadian and my mother and my aunts were constantly warning me of things I must do or not do as I was growing up. Here’s a few of the most common superstitions I encountered:" – Feb 25, 2013 – Source: Historical Fiction eBooks – "Your source for great historical novels!"
- Italain Superstitions Malocchio – "" – Karen Baleno – Source: Italian Family Genealogy – ""
- Superstitions in Italy – "Every nation has their Old Wives' Tales and Italy is no exception" – By Helen BinottiBy Helen Binotti– Source: lifeinitaly.com – "Italy | Italy daily news, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
- SUPERSTITIONS – "- IT IS NOT TRUE….. BUT I BELIEVE IT -" – Published April 4, 2013 – by Tony – Source: ITALIAN CULTURE – "MADE IN ITALY"
- Top 10 Italian superstitions – 12.11.2013 – Sarah Barchus – Source: Wanted in Rome – "is the fortnightly magazine in English for expats and tourists living, or just visiting, the Eternal City" – "About us"
- Top 13 Italian Superstitions – Thursday, October 31, 2013 - 13:00 – Carol KingCarol King– Source: italy magazine – "Everything Italy. Authentically Italian." – "ABOUT US"
- Very Superstitious: Italian Food & Wine – ". . . Here are some Italian food and wine superstitions:" – Posted on July 10, 2013 – Source: Veni Vidi Vino – "Italian Wine and Wine Culture" – "A place to Drink & Think!"
- X – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
- Italian Wedding Traditions and Superstitions – – Source: eHow™ – "Discover the expert in you"
- My Husband’s Grandma Was A Witch: Italian Superstitions – 13 June 2014 – by M.E. Evans – Source: surviving in italy – "American Expat In Italy. A Hysterical Struggle With Language, Love, And Culture" – "Living In Italy.Moving To Italy. Loving In Italy. Laughing In Italy"
- Thirteen Beliefs, Superstitions, and Traditions of an Italian Wedding – September 5, 2013 – "About The Tuscan Wedding" – Source: Found in in the Getting Married In Italy section of The Tuscan Wedding – "" – In English, Italian
- X – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
- SEE ALSO:
- Info about, for and on the do's and don'ts of Italy *, dated, Wednesday, May 21, 2014
- Info on things to know before you go to Italy *, dated, Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.
"Chi si volta, e chi si gira, sempre a casa va finire."
"No matter where you go or turn, you will always end up at home."
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