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Term: Aradia

DEFINITION:
A legendary medieval Witch in Italy whose name was popularized by Charles Godfrey Leland, popular nineteenth-century author and folklorist. According to legend, Aradia brought about the revival of the Old Religion, a pre-Christian European Witch sect that had been driven into hiding during the time of the Inquisition.
SOURCE:  Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft, by Raven Grimassi
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