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1 "Clypei." These were shields or escutcheons of metal, with the features of the deceased person represented either in painting or in relief.
2 Hardouin informs us that there are some Greek inscriptions given by Gruter, p. 441, and p. 476, from which it appears that public festivals were celebrated on occasions of this kind.—B.
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