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GNO-O-SIS / KNO-W-SIS IS P-H(F)-IR-E / P-YR 7

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  10/10/17) As the above examples indicate, the magistrates of the Republic took action from time to time to limit the presence and activities of foreign ritual specialists, sometimes with grotesque consequences. Such persons and, more importantly for … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (Z)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  27/11/2015) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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GNO-O-SIS / KNO-W-SIS IS P-H(F)-IR-E / P-YR 6

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  23/10/16) Livy provides no evidence that any further actions were taken in 213 B.C.E., and no persons seem to have been arrested or executed in connection with these activities, as occurred almost thirty years later during the … Continue reading

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GNO-O-SIS / KNO-W-SIS IS P-H(F)-IR-E / P-YR 5

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 19/2/16) However, as noted above, the importation of new practices and beliefs could potentially create friction with the Roman need to uphold and preserve the rites handed down to them by their ancestors. Near the conclusion of … Continue reading

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GNO-O-SIS / KNO-W-SIS IS P-H(F)-IR-E / P-YR 4

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 19/4/15) CHAPTER 2 BURNING OCCULT RELIGIOUS TEXTS IN THE ROMAN WORLD1 The complexity of the ancient practice of book burning is nowhere more evident than in the burning of the texts of magicians, astrologers, diviners, and other … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/2/2015) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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GNO-O-SIS / KNO-W-SIS IS P-H(F)-IR-E / P-YR 3

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 4/6/14) In the terminology of another recent analysis, there existed in this period an ongoing visual and verbal discourse between these diverse interests that was articulated through a wide array of symbolically charged signifiers, such as monumental … Continue reading

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