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- In ancient Roman religion, the Armilustrium was a festival in honor of Mars, the god of war, celebrated on October 19. On this day the weapons of the soldiers...
- October 11, Augustalia on October 12, October Horse on October 15, and Armilustrium on October 19. These dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian...
- and standards that were captured by the Romans and displa**** in the armilustrium in Rome. The frenzy warriors wearing the skins of wolves were called...
- with a chariot race and Rome's only known horse sacrifice; October 19: Armilustrium ("purification of arms"). Mars was also honored by chariot races at the...
- Quinquatrus in the Comitium (which correspond symmetrically with the Armilustrium of 19 October), on the 23rd with the Tubilustrium and they terminated...
- Tubilustrium March 23, the ritual of the October Horse October 15, and Armilustrium October 19—cluster at his namesake month (Latin Martius), except for...
- sacrifice to Mars in the Campus Martius; also Feriae of Jupiter 19: Armilustrium, a dies religiosus in honour of Mars 26 to November 1: Ludi Victoriae...
- the Agonium Martiale on March 19, and the closing with the day of the Armilustrium on October 19. The first date was also referred to as ancilia movere...
- to ritual dance. Twice a year, at the Quinquatria on 19 March and the Armilustrium on 19 October, they pla**** important roles in public ceremonies marking...
- to Mars doubles up with that of another god. The Equus preceded the Armilustrium ("Purification of Arms") on October 19. Although most of Mars' festivals...
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