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Baptae (Ancient Greek: Βαπταί) may refer to:
- a name given to the priests of Cotyttia, the festival of Cotytto, the Greek goddess of lewdness, and derived by some from βάπτω, to tinge or dye, from their painting their cheeks and blackening their eyelids.
- a comedy of the ancient Greek writer Eupolis in which he assailed the effeminacy and debauchery of his countrymen.
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Peck, Harry Thurston, ed. (1898). "Baptae". Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York: Harper & Brothers.
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