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Sacred hares, banished winter witches and pagan worship – the roots of Easter Bunny traditions are ancient

By Tok Thompson, Professor of Anthropology and Communication, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
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A folklorist explains the prehistoric origins of the mythical Easter Bunny and why this longstanding cultural symbol keeps returning each spring.The Conversation

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