Nudipedaˊlia [among the Romans]

Nudipedaˊlia [among the Romans]
sacrifices performed bare-footed to appease the Gods, and to ease them of some calamity they laboured under.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

Nudiˊties [in Painting and Sculpture] [next]
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Nudiˊties [in Painting and Sculpture]
Nudipedaˊlia [among the Romans]
Octoˊber [in Painting &c.]