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  • proper noun Roman mythology The god of manure or fertilizer.

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Examples

  • For example, the Romans revered Sterculius, god of odor, because he was the first to lay dung upon the earth.

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  • To combat the influences of Sterculius and the like, and to set itself apart, Christianity declared natural bodily functions abhorrent and chose to demonize those moments when bodies shed their waste.

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  • For example, the Romans revered Sterculius, god of odor, because he was the first to lay dung upon the earth.

    Flushed

  • To combat the influences of Sterculius and the like, and to set itself apart, Christianity declared natural bodily functions abhorrent and chose to demonize those moments when bodies shed their waste.

    Flushed

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