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palladium1 image of Pallas in the citadel of Troy, on which the safety of the city depended XIV; safeguard, protection XVI. — L. — Gr. palládion, f. Pallás, -ad- epithet of the goddess Athene.

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Palladium

Palladium in Greek legend, an image of the goddess Pallas (Athene), on which the safety of Troy was believed to depend; it was later said to have been taken to Rome.

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