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Castitas is the abstract noun.

Sini Bellum nefandum Sassari p. Augustus installed the Sibylline books in a special golden storage case under the statue of Apollo in the Temple of Apollo Sanctim. Bickel “Lehrbuch der Geschichte der roemischen Literatur” p. The nail-driving ceremony, however, took place in a templum devoted to Minerva ep, on the right side of the aedes of Jupiter, because the concept of “number” was invented by Minerva and the ritual predated the common use of written letters.

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Magical Ritual of the Sanctum Regnum by Éliphas Lévi

The fasti were the records of all details pertaining to these events. Benveniste, Le vocabulairepp. Compare ostentum and portentumsigns denoting an extraordinary inanimate phenomenon, and monstrum and miraculuman unnatural feature in humans.

A piaculum is an expiatory sacrifice, or the victim used in the sacrifice; also, an act requiring expiation.

Magioc historian Valerius Maximus makes clear that the caerimoniae require those performing them to attain a particular mental-spiritual state animus”intention”and emphasizes the importance of caerimoniae in the dedication and first sentence of his work. Volume 1, a Historyillustrated, Cambridge University Press,pp Portentum ergo fit non contra naturam, sed contra quam est nota natura “therefore a portent does not occur contrary to nature, but contrary to what is known of nature”.


Varro [] and Festus say that any rituxl ornament could be called a paludamentumbut other sources indicate that the cloak was primarily meant. It was also part of Etruscan priestly dress. Brad Thompson rated it it was amazing Oct 05, The formation and original meaning of the verb are debated. Its original meaning was purifying by washing in water Lat. The verb calareoriginally meaning “to call,” was a technical term of pontifical usage, found also in calendae Calends and calator.

An augur Latin plural augures was an official and priest who solicited and interpreted the will of the gods regarding a proposed action. Gary Colcombe rated it liked it Mar 09, Divus, deus and the numen. See also The Religion of the Etruscanspp.

In BC the newly elected plebeian consul M. Bad omens resulted in a report of obnuntiatio. In Valerius’s version of the Gallic siege of Romethe Vestals and the Flamen Quirinalis rescue Rome’s sacred objects sacra by taking them to Caere ; thus preserved, the rites take their name from the place.

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Glossary of ancient Roman religion

A record or plan of official and religiously sanctioned events. No one read the books in their entirety; they were consulted only when needed. Christian and Pagan Cultures c.


Krestchmer in GlottaX, p. David Rankine rated it it was amazing Oct 25, It survives only in fragments but was a major source of traditional Roman theology for the Church Fathers. The pontifex maximus auspiciated and presided; assemblies over which annually elected magistrates presided are never calatanor are meetings for secular purposes or other elections even with a pontiff presiding.

The passage has been explained with reference to Jewish and other practices as well. Cultus is often translated as ” cult “, without the negative connotations the word may have in English, or with the Anglo-Saxon word ” worship “, but it implies the necessity of active maintenance beyond passive adoration.

Rives, Religion in the Roman Empire Blackwell,pp. See also Sacer and Magiico in ancient Rome: A carmen malum or maleficum is a potentially harmful magic spell.

Umbrian is one of such languages although it preserved the velar before a u.