Cil Iv, 9127* Scripsit Calamus Cum Atramentario Leno Ephebus Hac

Cil Iv, 9127* Scripsit Calamus Cum Atramentario Leno Ephebus Hac 396 This inscription is important in the first place because it clearly mentions that the souls of the dead gather in groups for their last journey in order to proceed upon it collectively. This was my starting-point, based only on a rite which, according to Kazarov, apparently still exists in Hungary. Secondly, two routes that they can follow are clearly distinguishable, namely, a land route, which must be the northerly route which I marked out, i.e. the road via the Danube and the Rhine, and another which follows the stars. This must be the southerly route, as I indicated, crossing both the Aegean and the Adriatic, as well as the Mediterranean. On the grounds of this inscription it seems quite possible that, as was imagined, the journey of the souls was continued from France's east coast over the sea through the Pillars of Hercules to the West. Thirdly the guidance of a god was considered to be self-evident. Unfortunately he is not mentioned by name. UTRECHT, Prins Hendriklaan 68 H. WAGENVOORT CAUSAL UBI Leumann-Hofmann-Szantyr (Lateinische Grammatik, II, 652) cite Cic. Quinct. 71 as the first clear example of causal ubi. Ernout- Thomas (Syntaxe Latine, 2nd edition, 350) interpret http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

Cil Iv, 9127* Scripsit Calamus Cum Atramentario Leno Ephebus Hac

Mnemosyne, Volume 24 (4): 396 – Jan 1, 1971

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© 1971 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0026-7074
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1568-525X
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10.1163/156852571X00154
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396 This inscription is important in the first place because it clearly mentions that the souls of the dead gather in groups for their last journey in order to proceed upon it collectively. This was my starting-point, based only on a rite which, according to Kazarov, apparently still exists in Hungary. Secondly, two routes that they can follow are clearly distinguishable, namely, a land route, which must be the northerly route which I marked out, i.e. the road via the Danube and the Rhine, and another which follows the stars. This must be the southerly route, as I indicated, crossing both the Aegean and the Adriatic, as well as the Mediterranean. On the grounds of this inscription it seems quite possible that, as was imagined, the journey of the souls was continued from France's east coast over the sea through the Pillars of Hercules to the West. Thirdly the guidance of a god was considered to be self-evident. Unfortunately he is not mentioned by name. UTRECHT, Prins Hendriklaan 68 H. WAGENVOORT CAUSAL UBI Leumann-Hofmann-Szantyr (Lateinische Grammatik, II, 652) cite Cic. Quinct. 71 as the first clear example of causal ubi. Ernout- Thomas (Syntaxe Latine, 2nd edition, 350) interpret

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Published: Jan 1, 1971

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