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Niklas Hult Elfsborg wins a free kick on the left wing. Conceded by Martin Hinteregger. Simon Hedlund Elfsborg wins a free kick on the left wing.
Foul by Stefan Ishizaki Elfsborg. Stefan Ishizaki Elfsborg is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Foul by Henning Hauger Elfsborg. Assisted by Valon Berisha.
Conceded by Franz Schiemer. Johan Larsson Elfsborg right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. James Keene Elfsborg wins a free kick on the left wing.
Assisted by Stefan Ishizaki with a cross. Anders Svensson tries a through ball, but Simon Hedlund is caught offside. Havard Nielsen tries a through ball, but Florian Klein is caught offside.
Conceded by Abbas Hassan. Valon Berisha tries a through ball, but Havard Nielsen is caught offside. Foul by Anders Svensson Elfsborg.
Foul by Stefan Larsson Elfsborg. Stefan Ishizaki Elfsborg right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses the top right corner.
James Keene Elfsborg wins a free kick in the defensive half. Johan Larsson Elfsborg right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right.
Assisted by Anders Svensson. Niklas Hult Elfsborg is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Foul by Johan Larsson Elfsborg. Dangerous play by James Keene Elfsborg.
Anders Svensson Elfsborg wins a free kick in the defensive half. Kevin Stuhr-Ellegaard tries a through ball, but Stefan Ishizaki is caught offside.
Conceded by Johan Larsson. Havard Nielsen tries a through ball, but Valon Berisha is caught offside. Valon Berisha FC Red Bull Salzburg right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
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Unlike North American versions of Santa Claus, in these celebrations Saint Nicholas concerns himself only with the good children, while Krampus is responsible for the bad.
Nicholas dispenses gifts, while Krampus supplies coal and the Ruten bundles. It is customary to offer a Krampus schnapps , a strong distilled fruit brandy.
Europeans have been exchanging greeting cards featuring Krampus since the s. Krampus is often featured looming menacingly over children.
He is also shown as having one human foot and one cloven hoof. In some, Krampus has sexual overtones; he is pictured pursuing buxom women.
In Styria , the Ruten bundles are presented by Krampus to families. The twigs are painted gold and displayed year-round in the house—a reminder to any child who has temporarily forgotten Krampus.
In smaller, more isolated villages, the figure has other beastly companions, such as the antlered "wild man" figures, and St Nicholas is nowhere to be seen.
A toned-down version of Krampus is part of the popular Christmas markets in Austrian urban centres like Salzburg. In these, more tourist-friendly interpretations, Krampus is more humorous than fearsome.
In Cave del Predil , in the northern part of the Udine province in Italy, an annual Krampus festival is held in early December.
Just before the sun sets, the Krampus come out from an old cave and chase children—boys but also adults—punishing them with strokes on the legs.
To satisfy their anger children and young people must recite a prayer. North American Krampus celebrations are a growing phenomenon.
Similar figures are recorded in neighboring areas. Klaubauf Austria, while Bartl or Bartel , Niglobartl , and Wubartl are used in the southern part of the country.
In many parts of Croatia, Krampus is described as a devil wearing a cloth sack around his waist and chains around his neck, ankles, and wrists.
As a part of a tradition, when a child receives a gift from St. Costumed characters are a central part of all Krampus celebrations. Krampus, Saint Nikolaus, the woodsman, angels, and the old woman.
As Krampus is half-goat and half-demon, the costume normally shares certain primary elements such as: Props commonly used are; bells, a birch switch, basket worn on the back, chains, walking staff, and a horse hair or hemp flogger.
More often they are made with modern and less costly materials, such as: Several Krampus costume instructional YouTube videos are available.
The character of Krampus has been imported and modified for various North American media,   including print i. Rebirth , a video game  , and film Krampus , a Christmas comedy horror movie from Universal Pictures .
A horned, anthropomorphic folklore figure associated with Christmas. This article is about the folklore figure. For the film, see Krampus film.
For the stage musical, see Krampus musical. Krampus in popular culture. Krampus mit Kind "Krampus with a child" postcard from around Nicholas procession with Krampus, and other characters, c.
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Image not available Photos not available for this variation. The birch — apart from its phallic significance — may have a connection with the initiation rites of certain witch-covens; rites which entailed binding and scourging as a form of mock-death.
Discussing his observations in while in Irdning , a small town in Styria , anthropologist John J. The Saint Nicholas festival we are describing incorporates cultural elements widely distributed in Europe, in some cases going back to pre-Christian times.
Nicholas himself became popular in Germany around the eleventh century. Masked devils acting boisterously and making nuisances of themselves are known in Germany since at least the sixteenth century while animal masked devils combining dreadful-comic schauriglustig antics appeared in Medieval church plays.
A large literature, much of it by European folklorists, bears on these subjects. Austrians in the community we studied are quite aware of "heathen" elements being blended with Christian elements in the Saint Nicholas customs and in other traditional winter ceremonies.