- (in ancient Rome) a cloth, usually of linen, for wiping the face; handkerchief.
- (sometimes initial capital letter) veronica1(def 3).
Origin of sudarium
Examples from the Web for sudarium
Historical Examples of sudarium
Veronica, holding the napkin or "sudarium," "flourishing a marble pocket-handkerchief."Walks in Rome
Augustus J.C. Hare
Augustus Csar, who was particularly liable to catch cold, continually used a focalium or sudarium.Odd Volume
Successive excavations have rendered accessible a remarkable series of remains, including several baths, a sudarium, and conduits.