Other metaphors include cave, ditch, pit, bag, vessel, door, hearth, oven, and altar.
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It was used as an fascinum , many examples of which survive, particularly in the form of.
Scholars have often assumed that the Lex Iulia was meant to address a virulent outbreak of adultery in the Late Republic.
Clodius, a crocota, a mitra, a muliebribus soleis purpureisque fasceolis, a strophio, a psalterio, flagitio, a stupro est factus repente popularis: Cicero, the speech De Haruspicium Responso 21.
There are enough hints here about the unpublished fourth volume on early Christianity that one can reasonably infer its thesis: this preoccupation with the well-being of the self becomes the basis for a Christian ethics in which the salvation of the individual soul is the fulcrum of moral activity and thought; Roman advice about how to optimize health and happiness is transformed into absolute rules about how to behave to attain salvation.
The , by contrast, distinguished the body of the sexually privileged adult Roman male.
After the Augustan building program, the rites were held at the new Temple of in the : Dominic Montserrat, "Reading Gender in the Roman World," in Experiencing Rome: Culture, Identity, and Power in the Roman Empire Routledge, 2000 , p.