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- Ludus may refer to: Ludus (ancient Rome) (plural ludi), several meanings around "play, game, sport, training" Ludus gladiatorius, training camp for gladiators...
- The Jewish po****tion is murdered during the Luduș m****acre from 5 to 13 September 1944. 1960 - Luduș became a town. 1966 - 11,794 inhabitants. 2002...
- word ludus also referred to a training school for gladiators; see Gladiator: Schools and training. Examples include the Ludus Magnus and Ludus Dacicus...
- the emperor Trajan (r. 98–117) where the Ludus plane was raised by about 1.5 metres (4 ft 11 in). The Ludus Magnus was essentially a gladiatorial arena...
- four; the Ludus Magnus (the largest and most important, housing up to about 2,000 gladiators), Ludus Dacicus, Ludus Gallicus, and the Ludus Matutinus...
- Ludus latrunculorum, latrunculi, or simply latrones (“the game of brigands”, from latrunculus, diminutive of latro, mercenary or highwayman) was a two-player...
- works of literature and music. Ludus amoris is a Latin-derived term from the Western mystical tradition. Literally, "ludus amoris" means "game of love"...
- debut at The Factory, Ludus was favourably reviewed in the press. In January 1979, Paul Morley, writing for NME, remarked: Ludus are anything but ordinary...
- Ludus amoris is a term in the Western mystical tradition that refers to the divine play (play of God). Ludus amoris may also refer to: Ludus Amoris, a...
- Ludus Tonalis ("Play of Tones", "Tonal Game", or "Tonal Primary School" after the Latin Ludus Litterarius), subtitled Kontrapunktische, tonale, und Klaviertechnische...
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