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Maureen Carroll, Spirits of the Dead: A Guide Harvard University Press,p.

The finis limit, border, boundaryplural fineswas an essential concept in augural practice, which was concerned with the definition of the templum. Some time around BC, deo diplomatic insult formally “accepted as omen” was turned against Tarentum and helped justify its conquest.

Augustine but no longer extant. According to Festus, paludati in the augural books meant “armed and adorned” armati, ornati. Vergili Maronis Aeneidos liber secundus Oxfordp. According to Varroan ostentum is a sign so called because it shows ostendit something to a person. The pius person “strictly conforms his life to the ius divinum. See also the entry dep ritus from PaulusFesti Epitomep.

Pietasfrom which English “piety” derives, was the devotion that bound a person to the gods, to the Roman state, and to his family. Varro says it was a building that housed the image of a deus”god”, [] and emphasizes the human swnctum in dedicating the statue. In the Christian Roman Rite a feria is a weekday on which the degnum are required to attend Mass.

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Glossary of ancient Roman religion

Fear, panic, and agitation in the animal were bad omens. Evidence and Experience Routledge,p. They were the most ancient religious sodalitas: Senatorsmagistratesand the decurions of towns performed ritual acts, though they were not sacerdotes per se. Fugier, Recherchespp. Castitas is the abstract noun. Time, History, and the Fasti Wiley-Blackwell,pp. Brink, Horace on Poetry. At the taking of formally solicited auspices auspicia impetrativathe observer was required to acknowledge any potentially bad sign occurring within the templum he was observing, regardless of the interpretation.

Dirae is an epithet for the Furiesand can also mean curses or imprecations, [] particularly in the context of magic and related to defixiones curse tablets. Sacelluma diminutive from sacer “belonging to a god”[] is a shrine.

The sacrarium of a private home lent itself to Christian transformation, as a 4th-century poem by Ausonius demonstrates; [] in contemporary Christian usage, the sacrarium is a “special sink used for the reverent disposal of sacred substances” see piscina. The forfeited sacramentum was normally cel by the state to the funding of sacra publica.

Glossary of ancient Roman religion – Wikipedia

The equivalent Etruscan term is ais u na. Private and domestic religion was linked to divine signs as state religion was.

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Mohr,p. A History Cambridge University Press,p. See Charites for the ancient Greek goddesses known as the Graces. At homo sacer is est, quem populus iudicavit ob maleficium; neque fas est eum immolari, sed qui occidit, parricidi non damnatur. Vitiaplural, could taint the outcome of elections, the validity of laws, and the conducting of military operations.

In order to become a rule that obliged everybody it had to be sanctioned through a sanctio that was not only civil but religious as well: See also Marcian, Digest 1. Showing all editions for ‘The Magical ritual of the sanctum regnum interpreted by the Tarot trumps’ Sort by: Atilius Regulus in the s BC, had already been vowed by Romulusbut had remained only a fanum, a site locus delineated by means of verbalized ritual effatus for a templum.

The minor prodigies were duly expiated with “lesser victims”. The English word “ceremony” derives from the Latin caerimonia or caeremoniaa word of obscure etymology first found in literature and inscriptions from the time of Cicero mid-1st century BCbut thought to be of much greater antiquity.