In Slovenia, Saint Valentine or Zdravko was one of the blessed individuals of spring, the heavenly individual of good prosperity and the sponsor of beekeepers and pilgrims. A saying says that "Sacred individual Valentine brings the keys of roots". Plants and blooms start to create on this day. It has been complimented as the day when the primary work in the vineyards and in the fields starts. It is in like manner said that winged creatures propose to each other or marry on that day. Another proverb says "Valentin – prvi spomladin" ("Valentine — the important spring blessed individual"), as in a couple of spots (especially White Carniola), Saint Valentine signifies the begin of spring. Valentine's Day has similarly starting late been praised as the day of worship. The day of reverence was for the most part March 12, the Saint Gregory's day, or February 22, Saint Vincent's Day. The supporter of love was Saint Anthony, whose day has been complimented on June 13.
There is no affirmation of any association between St. Valentine's Day and the functions of the old Roman festival, notwithstanding many claims by various authors. The celebration of Saint Valentine did not have any wistful suggestions until Chaucer's verse about "Valentines" in the fourteenth century. Unmistakable present day sources ensure interfaces with unspecified Greco-Roman February events stated to be devoted to productivity and love to St. Valentine's Day, however before Chaucer in the fourteenth century, there were no associations between the Saints named Valentinus and wistful love. Earlier associations as portrayed above were revolved around relinquish rather than nostalgic love. In the old Athenian date-book the period between mid-January and mid-February was the long extend of Gamelion, focused on the consecrated marriage of Zeus and Hera.
In Ancient Rome, Lupercalia, watched February 13– 15, was a past specially connected with productivity. Lupercalia was a festival adjacent to the city of Rome. The more expansive Festival of Juno Februa, connoting "Juno the purifier" or "the unobtrusive Juno", was complimented on February 13– 14. Pope Gelasius I (492– 496) revoked Lupercalia Happy Teddy Day. A couple of researchers have guessed that Gelasius I supplanted Lupercalia with the celebration of the Purification of Mary in February 14 and claim a relationship with the fourteenth century's implications of nostalgic love, however there is no chronicled sign that he anytime arranged such a thing.
Also, the dates don't fit in light of the way that at the period of Gelasius I the eat up was simply celebrated in Jerusalem, and it was on February 14 just in light of the fact that Jerusalem set the Nativity on January 6. Although it was called "Sterilization of Mary", it oversaw essentially with the presentation of Jesus at the temple. The Jerusalem's Purification of Mary on February 14 transformed into the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple on February 2 as it was familiar with Rome and better places in the sixth century, after Gelasius I's time.