palla

A veil worn over the head or shoulders by Roman women.

Palla

Palla (Italian for ball) is a traditional Tuscan ball game played in villages between Siena and Grosseto. It is also called palla EH! (or pallaeh!) because players call out eh! before serving. Small handmade balls contain a lead pellet wrapped in rubber and wool with a leather cover. The game is played by facing teams who strike (not catch) the ba...
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palla

(from the article `dress`) ...took to wearing several garments one on top of the other, while the garments themselves were made of finer fabrics and were more lavishly ...
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Palla

• (n.) An oblong rectangular piece of cloth, worn by Roman ladies, and fastened with brooches.
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Palla

[butterfly] Palla is a genus of butterflies in the subfamily Charaxinae. ...
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Palla

[garment] Palla is a traditional ancient Roman mantle worn by women, fastened by brooches. It was similar to the pallium that a man would wear. The shape was rectangular instead of semi-circular as with the traditional toga. The Palla was similar to a shawl that a woman of today would wear. The palla would come in many colors some including...
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Palla

[troubadour] Palla was a Galician-Portuguese troubadour or minstrel from Santiago de Compostela, active at the court of Alfonso VII of León in the mid-twelfth century. Palla is described in contemporary documentation as a iuglar (cognate with `juggler`, but signifying jongleur). He was at Alfonso`s court at Burgos on 24 April 1136 and agai...
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Palla

Pal'la noun [ Latin See Pall a cloak.] (Rom. Antuq.) An oblong rectangular piece of cloth, worn by Roman ladies, and fastened with brooches.
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