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" ... he might not touch wheaten flour or leavened bread ; he might not touch or even name a goat, a dog, raw meat, beans, and ivy ; he might not walk under a vine ; the feet of his bed had to be daubed with mud... "
An Introduction to the History of Religion - Side 272
af Frank Byron Jevons - 1896 - 443 sider
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Bind 23

1888
...under a vine ; the feet of his bed had to be daubed with mud ; his hair could be cut only by a freeman, and his hair and nails when cut had to be buried under a lucky tree ; he might not touch a corpse, Л-с. His- wife, the flaminica, was also subject to taboos : at certain festivals she might...
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Departed Gods: The Gods of Our Forefathers

Jason Nelson Fradenburgh - 1891 - 462 sider
...FESTIVALS. bonds were removed, and drawn up through a hole in the roof and thence let down into the street. His hair could be cut only by a free man, and with a bronze knife, and his hair and nails when cut must be buried under a lucky tree. The feet of his bed were daubed with mud. He ROMAN PRIEST AND PRIESTESS....
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Tom Tit Tot: An Essay on Savage Philosophy in Folk-tale

Edward Clodd - 1898 - 249 sider
...bed had to be daubed with mud, and iron was put at the head of it as a charm against evil spirits ; his hair could be cut only by a free man and with...being done on holy days ; he might not be uncovered ' or annoint himselfe ' 1 in the open air ; if a man in bonds were taken into his house he had to be...
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The king of the wood. The perils of the soul

James George Frazer - 1900
...a knot on any part of his garments ; no fire except a sacred fire might be taken out of his house ; he might not touch wheaten flour or leavened bread...a dead body nor enter a place where one was burned ; 3 he might not see work being done on holy days ; he might not be uncovered in the open air ; if...
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pt. II. Descriptive articles on the principal castes and tribes of the ...

Robert Vane Russell - 1916
...only be cut when he was asleep. 1 The hair of the Flamen Dialis at Rome could be cut only by a freeman and with a bronze knife, and his hair and nails when cut had to be buried under a lucky tree. 2 The Prankish kings were never allowed to crop their hair; from their childhood upwards they had to...
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