(85) Scabinale protocollen, Peeter Flamen
: 'Wat seyt hy, wat seyt hy.'
He passed over Plutarch's account of the plebeians' retreat to Mons Sacer outside Rome and began with a street dot instead; nevertheless, he would have found the connection between the plebeians, Anna Perenna, and the flamens
sufficiently strong to give him a detail for his Roman welcome of Coriolanus.
also the quarrel between the two consuls of 131, one of whom was pontifex maximus, the other flamen
Martalis, over which of them should command the war against Aristonicus in Asia Minor; a vote of the assembly, not sortition, settled the matter (Cic.
Might one of them have been L(ucius) Papirius, flamen
augustalis from the province of Lusitania, who in the time of Tiberius, dedicated an inscription, Divo Augusto, in Conimbriga (Etienne and Fabre, 1976: 51-52)?
(52) Many letters feature discussions of words, especially archaic Latin, in which Fronto and his student were both passionately interested, as for example, Marcus's discussion of the Hernican word for the head covering worn by a flamen
at Anagnia (Ad M.
The seventh and eighth lines of the Kyrie 5 trope read Consolator pie flamen
quoque alme vivifice / Patris natique qui es summus amor deus luciflue.
hic ius pontificale quibusdam videtur subtiliter tangere: domus enim, in qua pontifex habitat, regia dicitur, quod in ea rex sacrificulus habitare consuesset, sicut flaminia domus, in qua flamen
habitat, dicebatur: quod hic ostendit ex persona Evandri, quem facit orantem ut Aeneas suam ingrederetur domum, non utique profanam, sed sacratam, scilicet quae fuerit hospitium Herculis, illis versibus `haec, inquit, limina victor Alcides subiit, haec illum regia cepit'.
Tritium certainly had citizens well-connected enough to produce a flamen
of the provincial imperial cult, T.
The wife of Flamen
Dialis, the flaminica, in one of her ritual aspects, was regarded as a perpetual bride, nova nupta (cf.