Once More Nehalennia

Once More Nehalennia 82 Verba scholiastae oux o?8oc £§ orou spectant ad formam passivam Ú7tzLÀ?cpÐiXL a Dicaearcho nude usurpatam, cuius opinionis auctores nomine citati esse non videntur. GRONINGEN, Helper Esweg 23 W. J. W. KOSTER MISCELLANEA ONCE MORE NEHALENNIA At the risk of boring my readers I should like to add some remarks to my article on 'Nehalennia and the Souls of the Dead' 1). There I mentioned some striking differences between the Domburg finds and those of Colijnsplaat, suggesting that at Domburg Nehalennia was especially worshipped as a tutelary deity of the souls of the dead, on the other hand at Colijnsplaat more in her quality of patroness of trade and navigation. My third argument was based on the fact that on one of the altars (Do. 4) we find a representation of the Garden of the Hesperides. But I failed to call attention to the names of the dedicators, who according to the inscription were L. Iustius Satto et L. Secundinius Modeyatus fratyes. Here the ques- tion arises how it is to be explained that a Iustius and a Secundinius were fyatyes. Were they half-brothers, as has been suggested, sons of the same mother, who had married twice ? http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

Once More Nehalennia

Mnemosyne, Volume 25 (1): 82 – Jan 1, 1972

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Brill
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© 1972 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0026-7074
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1568-525X
DOI
10.1163/156852572X00108
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82 Verba scholiastae oux o?8oc £§ orou spectant ad formam passivam Ú7tzLÀ?cpÐiXL a Dicaearcho nude usurpatam, cuius opinionis auctores nomine citati esse non videntur. GRONINGEN, Helper Esweg 23 W. J. W. KOSTER MISCELLANEA ONCE MORE NEHALENNIA At the risk of boring my readers I should like to add some remarks to my article on 'Nehalennia and the Souls of the Dead' 1). There I mentioned some striking differences between the Domburg finds and those of Colijnsplaat, suggesting that at Domburg Nehalennia was especially worshipped as a tutelary deity of the souls of the dead, on the other hand at Colijnsplaat more in her quality of patroness of trade and navigation. My third argument was based on the fact that on one of the altars (Do. 4) we find a representation of the Garden of the Hesperides. But I failed to call attention to the names of the dedicators, who according to the inscription were L. Iustius Satto et L. Secundinius Modeyatus fratyes. Here the ques- tion arises how it is to be explained that a Iustius and a Secundinius were fyatyes. Were they half-brothers, as has been suggested, sons of the same mother, who had married twice ?

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Published: Jan 1, 1972

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