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2,400-year-old terracotta mask of Dionysus unearthed in western Turkey  (www.dailysabah.com)

Legend has it that wearing such a mask is a way of paying homage to Dionysus, the Greek god of carnivals and masquerades, by allowing you to free yourself from secret desires and buried regrets.

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