Nudipedalia (Lat. nudus, "bare," and pes, pedis, "a foot"), a procession and ceremonies observed at Rome in case of drought, in which the worshippers walked with bare feet in token of mourning and humiliation before the gods. This practice was followed at Rome in the worship of Cybele, and seems also to have been adopted in the worship of His.

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