“Hey Matugenta, your grandfather Gannicus, our Druid, is waiting for you down on the Möll’s sacred water meadow. You wanted to hang up the consecrated carved tablets there together”, called Bucca, Matugenta’s mother.
“I’ll go there at once, but afterwards I have to sweep the road running through the village. The cheeky lads have also left graffiti on the beautiful lime plaster on grandfather Atto’s house, built in Roman style out of stone. I’ll have to wash that off. Just imagine what would happen if he saw it!”, Matugenta replied.
Bucca laughed: “That’s why I’m staying put in my traditional wooden house. They’re respected. And the ornamentation on it was done exclusively by our wood carver here in the village. He also carves the most beautiful statues of gods and goddesses as well as wooden reliefs.”