In the book Flawed by Cecelia Ahern when you do something that is against the Guilds ideals they mark you with a capital F and I would like know those rules?
The silversmiths of Ephesus prospered by making “silver shrines of Artemis,” patroness of Ephesus, a goddess of hunting, fertility, and childbirth. (Acts 19:24)
Crowds of pilgrims flocked to Ephesus during March/April each year to attend festivals honoring Artemis. The influx of visitors generated demand for cult objects, used either as souvenirs, amulets, or offerings to the goddess or for family worship once the pilgrims returned home. Ancient inscriptions from Ephesus speak of the manufacture of gold and silver statues of Artemis, and other inscriptions specifically mention the silver-worker’s GUILD..
Some scholars suggest that the ‘prophetesses’ of Thyatira tried to entice Christians to worship Trade-GUILD gods and goddesses and to participate in festivals involving food sacrificed to idols. Hope this information helped.
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