Studies in Magic from Latin Literature

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX

BARING-GOULD, S. The Book of Were-Wolves ( London, 1865).

BLUMLER, MARTIN FREDERICK. A History of Amulets ( Halle, 1710. English translation by S. H., Gent., privately printed, Edinburgh, 1887).

BOUCHÉ-LECLERCQ, A. Histoire de la divination dans l'antiquité ( Paris, 1879).

BRUNS, CAROLUS GEORGIUS. Fontes Iuris Romani Antiqui7 ( Tübingen, 1909).

Companion to Latin Studies2 (edited by Sir John Edwin Sandys, Cambridge, 1913).

CUMONT, FRANZ. Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism ( Chicago, 1911).

DEL MARTINUS RIO. Disquisitionum Magicarum Libri Sex (Coloniae Agrippinae, MDCLXXIX).

DIETERICH, ALBRECHT. Abraxas ( Leipzig, 1891).

----- Papyrus Magica Musei Lugdunensis Batavi ( Leipzig, 1888).

DILL, SAMUEL. Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius ( London, 1905).

ELWORTHY, FREDERICK THOMAS. The Evil Eye ( London, 1895).

ENNEMOSER, JOSEPH. The History of Magic (English translation, London, 1893).

FAHZ, LUDOVICUS. De Poetarum Romanorum Doctrina Magica (dissertation, Giessen, 1904).

FOSTER, WALTER EUGENE. Studies in Archaism in Aulus Gellius (Columbia University dissertation, New York, 1912).

FOWLER, W. WARDE. The Religious Experience of the Roman People from the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus ( London, 1911).

----- The Roman Festivals of the Period of the Republic ( London, 1908).

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Books and articles to which reference has been made only once or twice in this dissertation have not been included in this index. In all such cases, however, the full title of the book or article will be found in the footnote to the citation.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I- Introduction to the Study of Roman Magic 1
  • Chapter II- Magic and the Prevention of Disease 61
  • Selected Bibliographical Index 125
  • Index Rerum 129
  • Index Locorum 141
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