from The Century Dictionary.
- In Roman antiquity, an appointed festival in honor of the dead, held in February.
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The writer who tells the story of a criminal capitally punished, and of the gibbet (_ligna feralia_) of the cross being their observance (_ceremonias_), assigns to them thereby an altar in keeping with the abandoned and wicked, that they may worship
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 03 Rossiter Johnson 1906
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