The Sabellic Languages of Ancient Italy by Rex E. Wallace

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215227. 17. Degrassi 1963, pp. " 18. Degrassi 1963, pp. D. 414), pp. 278280; (2) Feriale Amerinum (Augustan Age or a little later), p. D. 387), pp. 282293. D. 169176, in Greek); see S. Eitrem and L. Amundsen, Papyri Osloenses, 3 (Oslo, 1936), no. 77, pp. D. 225235, in Latin); see Fink, Hoey, (footnote continued on the next page) < previous page page_7 next page > < previous page page_8 next page > Page 8 Forty-six of the forty-eight extant calendars from Italy are fragmentary19 and were either painted or inscribe on the walls of houses or temples.

Mommsen 1850b, pp. 6374. 59. Mommsen, 1850a, p. 570. 60. ; Mommsen, MGH 1892, p. 48. 61. Mommsen, MGH 1892, pp. 38, 7071. 62. Strzygowski 1888, pp. 82ff. Nordenfalk and Byvanck studied the art historical significance of the images for illustrations in books; see Nordenfalk 1936; A. W. Byvanck, ''Antike Buchmalerei III. , 8 (19391940): 186ff. 63 Although Mommsen's views dominated studies on the Calendar per se, general studies of paganism began slowly to undermine his position. 65 Finally, in one specific instance, A.

8 Indeed, the term titulavit is the common term for engraving found in stone and marble inscriptions. The Codex-Calendar is the only instance of the term on vellum, where presumably it refers to the layout and execution of the lettering, not just on the title page but throughout the book. Moreover, the location of Filocalus's name on the first page in the position where ancient Greek and Roman books conventionally present the author's name or portrait suggests that Filocalus was responsible not only for the lettering and illustrations, but perhaps for the content of the Codex as well.

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