lud

among the Votyaks and Zyryans, a sacred grove where sacrifices were performed. The lud, surrounded by a high board or log fence, generally consisted ... [1 related articles]
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Lud

God of the British Celts, probably worshipped at Lydney Park, Gloucestershire, England, where a Roman-British temple dedicated to Nodons has been found. His Irish equivalent is Nuadha Airgedlámh,...
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Lud

Lud, in the Bible, eponym of an Asian people, probably the Lydians. There is probably textual confusion at some points with the Lubim.
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Lud

Ludovicus
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