What Did the Romans Used to Call Halloween?

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Halloween may have its origins in the ancient Roman feast of Pomona, or the festival of the dead known as Parentalia or Feralia.
The Celtic festival of Samhain is more strongly associated with the traditions of Halloween than the more ancient Roman festivals.
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Halloween was called Allhallowe'en, short for 'evening before All Hallows' Day.'
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