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Terminalia (s) (noun) (no plural)
A Roman festival to remember Terminus who was the god who presided over boundaries.

The statue of Terminus was a stone or post which was stuck in the ground to indicate the various boundaries of the properties of those who had control over certain geographical areas; so, the Terminalia was an annual festival that was held on February 23 to honor this god.

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