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Index Of Latin Words

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This section of the book Magical Practice in the Latin West: Papers from the International Conference held at the University of Zaragoza 30 Sept.-1 Oct. 2005 comprises an index that primarily lists main words in the epigraphic texts and passages discussed; with some exceptions. In principle, declined and conjugated forms are found under the nominative/infinitive. The book is devoted to the discourse of magic in the West, to the linguistics and aims of cursing, and to the major field of protective and eudaemonic magic up to and including the Visigothic slates and the Celtic loricae.

Keywords: Celtic loricae; Latin West; Latin words; linguistics; University of Zaragoza

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