History of Epiphany and Twelfth Night: Ends the 12 Days of Christmas?

Twelfth Night is on January 5, the eve of Epiphany, which occurs in the Christian calendar on January 6. Epiphany signifies the event of the Magi, or Wise Men, visiting the baby Jesus, and is known in some Latin cultures as Three Kings Day.

Or as my friend Tim LeCroy likes to say,

“Epiphany is the

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Writer and technologist. Author of fascinating articles about history, tech trends, and pop culture. billpetro.com @billpetro

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