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There are no known copyright restrictions in the United States on the use of the text. Page line 41 2 from bottom, Fof Africanus read. Warr, History of Roman Literature, By Prof. Ferdinand Cohn, Breslau. X Roman Names assumed by Peregrini and Freedmen. By Dr. Ferdinand Cohn, of Breslau. XXV Diversium. L Prices of Sepulchral Monuments. LIV Prices of Statues. I Chronological Table. I The City of Rome. Ill, 80 II,19 II, f. Ill c. VII To Vol. Ill To Vol. I Belles-Lettres c. II Religion c.

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La nceputul secolului, prin pacea de la PojarevaBanatul schimba o dominaie strin cu alta, trecnd din minile turcilor n cele ale austriecilor.

Devenit teatru de rzboi, multe din regiunile sale se resimt n consecina. Distrugerile materiale i demografice au adus nsemnate prejudicii econo miei, a crei dezvoltare fireasca a fost ntrerupta de faze de stagnare sau chiar de regres.

Au loc mpriri i rempriri n districte, ca i frecvente schimbri ale comandan ilor militari i conductorilor civili ai provinciei, fiecare venind cu ideile sale de organizare, pe oare ncearc s le pun n aplicare. Pentru sporirea veniturilor statului, administraia austriaca ia masuri de intensificare a exploatrilor miniere. Se nfiineaz topitorii mari pentru minereurile extrase, unele manufacturi i chiar fabrici de prelucrare a metale lor ; de asemenea, iau fiina manufacturi de prelucrare a materiilor prime locale aba, postav.

Autoritile desfoar o politica de protecie a comerului i ncurajeaz fondarea unor societi comerciale. Se fac i ncercri de sporire a produciei agricole prin asanarea blilor i a lacurilor insalubre din jurul Timioarei, Lugojului i Alibunarului, precum i canali zarea Begi, msuri care au ajutat la dezvoltarea economica a provinciei. Intensificarea exploatrii fiscale a rnim ii romne i colonizarea n mijlocul ei a unor strini, mai cu seam germani, provoac profunde ne 5.

Dar, oraele se dezvolta i crete puterea economica a burgheziei. Curtea de la Viena ia i unele ma suri de sprijinire a dezvoltrii culturale. Se nfiineaz coli elementare cu predarea obiectelor de nvdmnt n limba materna a populaiei, romna, srb, germana. Se ntemeiaz i unele coli superioare, la Vre, Arad i Timioara. Se tipresc manuale pentru colari i unele cri de economie rneasc n limba romna.

Peste tot n re giune, pe cri i protocoale bisericeti, se afl risipite numeroase nsemnri cu tiri despre viaa i activitatea sa, notaii fugare fcute de el nsui sau de alii, dar care se refereau la el. La fel i cronicile sale cuprind n dife rite locuri ample referiri Ia otmplrile prin oare a trecut n lunga i frmintata sa viaa.

La reconstituirea i desfurarea ei ne-a fost de mare aju tor autobiografia 1 aflat la sfritul Cronicii Mehadiei i a Bilor Herculane, scris de Stoica n limba german i pe oare am regsit-o nu cu mult vreme n urma 2. Asupra datei naterii cronicarului mai planeaz nc incertitudini i opi nii deosebite, oare i au originea n datele contradictorii ce s-au pstrat. In ce ne privete, socotim ca dota a naterii sale noaptea de 23 spre 24 fe bruarie 3 ; s-a n-scut n satul Mehadia, ca fiu al preotului Athanasie Stoica i al Varvarei.

Este vorba de spre modul cum a fost primit n Ardeal edictul de tolerana religioas din Sub acest an noteaz Stoica : Porunca preannalt in tot Ardealu a s ceti veni. Eu cu mum-mea n Haeg n trgu mare fiind, doi slujitori, scriitori, cu carte mare n trg ; unu o cetea, altul, cu o boat, trind-o, ling el sta. Zicea : Spune aa cumu-i aci scris! Cine vrea a fi unit, s fie, i cine nu vrea, s nu fie, c sil nu e ; aa e porunca, toi s tie. Ce bu curie, mum-mea, dar tat-meu carele 5 ani la Haeg ru pis cu Aaron : un an ntr-un stog de paie iama, alt iarn ntr-o pimni, alta ntr-o cocin purcrea aceasta auzind Nicolae i ncepe coala la Mehadia, fiind n vrst de ase a n i4.

Pri mele cunotine i le predau oiva dscli pe care i-i amintete bine 5 ; pe acea vreme ns toi slovenete nva, c de rumnie nc nimica pre aicea nu s tiia". Scrisul i cititul n limba matern probabil le-a deprins acas, de la tatl su. Acesta, n dorina de a-i face fiul preot, neplcut impresionat de ignorana clericilor, unii din ei chiar analfabei, l trimite n 6. Dup scurgerea a patru ani, ele vul, care nu mai era chiar tnr, nemulumit de instruciunea pe care o pri mea, nu cu mult deosebit de cea de ia Mehadia, tot cu ceaslov i psaltire pe de rost, trece la coala germana din acelai ora.

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Aci primete o instruc iune mai aleasa. Pentru cteva luni trece i la coala iez-ui-t, unde nva limba latina. Tatl sau ns, temndu-se s nu fie convertit la catolicisml retrage n graba de 'la coala la sfritul anului sau nceputul anului urmtor. Fcuse patru ani de coala srbeasc, aproape trei de germana i cteva luni de latineasca, :nsuindu-i cele trei limbi mai puin temeinic latina i nvnd s scrie curent n trei alfabete : chirilic, latin i gotic.It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain.

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Google Book Search helps readers discover the worlds books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. Anche agli studiosi di cose patrie il raccoglier notizie sul Bordigallo riesce difficile; giacche a tute- lame la memoria - non osiam dire la fama - solo rimangono le sue opere storiche e queste giacquero fino ad ora e giaceranno sempre - crediamo - inedite negli scaffali d'una biblioteca patri- zia.

A vendo per noi, occupati in ricerche sulla storia cremonese, potuto a tutto agio svolgerle ed esaminarle, grazie alla cortesia del nobile possessore, non ci parve ffatto inutile il tentativo di ravvi- vare il ricordo di questo scrittore quasi ignorato.

Un rapido cenno dell' Arisi nella Cremona literata Tom. II, p. Il Lancetti ha sparso nel suo articolo molte e gravi inesattezze, che gli sarebbe tornato facilissimo I' evitare: non essendo da altra causa - a parer nostro - originate che da fretta soverchia, tanto piu in lui biasimevole, in quanto ebbe agio - come esso stesso as- serisce - di svolgere a suo grado i volumi del Hordigallo.

Cosi egli incomincia per rigettare, come priva d'ogni fondamento, l' opi- nione, che i Bordigalli provengano da Verona, e pretende che da Soncino siano invece venuti ad abitare in Cremona. Gli argomenti G che esso adduce, a provare che il cognome de' Bordigalli si trova portato da famiglia cremonese anche prima del XV secolo, non sono per nulla valevoli a contrastare l'origine veronese degli avi del nostro storico 1giacch abbiamo in nostro favore l'espres- sa testimonianza di questo, che nella sua Cronaca non una sola vol- ta dichiara, suo padre Giovan Cristoforo esser disceso da nobile antica famiglia di Verona e, ridettosi ad abitare nella citt nostra, avervi sposata una gentildonna, Maddalena degli Allegri.

Ora da questo luogo, che il Lancetti cita, non sappiamo cosa si possa ricavare in suo favore. Il Fieschi dice che l. Del resto nulla di pi vero che in Creo mona vi fossero dei Bordigalli prima che vi prendesse stanza la famiglia dello Storico nostro: prova ne sia il ricordo che fa l' ARISI, Cremo ltter.

Da questa gentile comunicazione, che ci fa conoscere l'avo e lo zio del nostro storico si pu dedurre, che quantunque veronese dortgine, la famiglia Bordigalll do- veva esser gi stabilita in Cremona da molto tempo, se l'avo dello storico nostro era in Verona considerato cremonese. Ed a questo argomento si pu ugg-iun- gare l'altro, che il B. Doveva per il Nostro conservar parenti o possessi in Verona, giaceh nell' Agosto del recuvasi in quella citt e tratte- 7 che alla professione sembra attendesse al traffico.

Abitava in vicinan- za della. Agata Iove fu sepolto nelcome si raccoglie dalla sua iscrizione, conservataci dal Vairani sotto il n. Domenico, solo figlio ch' egli ebbe 2nacque l' 8 Set- tembre del t. Educato con diligente premura addimostr pre- sto la sua inclinazione agli studi letterari: e questo suo amore alla dottrina non pot che venire accresciuto e aumentato fin dall' et giovanile, in citt, come era Cremona, dotata di uno Studio per antichit famoso, illustrato in ogni.

L'im- portanza dello Studio cremonese, bench poco avvertita, gran- dissima. Noto gi nell' antichit per r educazione prima di Vir- gilio, per aver dato a Roma cinque grandi uomini; tre poeti, un oratore ed un insigne giureconsulto, M. Furio Bibaculo, cio, P.Copyright I9S6 by Martinus Nijhofl, The Hague, Netherlands Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1st edition I9S6 All rights reserved, including the right to translate or to reproduce this book or parts thereof in any form.

It was then awarded a prize by a committee elected by the Academy and consisting of the theologian Prof. Coppens, the orientalist Prof. Rijckmans and the archaeologist, the late Prof. Among the first who should be mentioned with respect and gratitude is my teacher Dr.

This remarkable teacher inspired a deep interest in the study of Archaeology and of the Mithras cult, and his help has always been invaluable. I am also greatly indebted to the renowned Belgian scholar Prof. Franz Cumont. He was among the first to recognize the necessity of a revision of his standard work Textes et Monuments relatifs aux Mysteres de Mithra. During the last few years before his de'ath he showed a lively interest in the present study, supplied much material and often gave advice, devoting a great part of his leisure and his love of Classical Culture to this new publication of the Mithraic Monuments.

He pointed the way to much that would otherwise have remained undiscovered, and even read through the first part of the Corpus himself, giving fresh inspiration to the work.

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In writing the second volume of this work his wisdom and enthusiasm was keenly missed. On the whole this work has been written along the lines laid down by Franz Cumont, although some deviations were unavoidable. Asia, the continent in which Mithraism originated, has been dealt with first; the rest of the Orbis Terrarum has been covered province by province; for it was impossible to adhere to a consistent chronological division without marring the clarity of the work as a whole.

The inscriptions have not been classified separately, but they appear with the other monuments in the geographical classification; in this way it was easier to give a survey of the propagation of the cult in each country and each place.

The places where the cult occurs are shown in a map of each province separately; the doubtful monuments are underlined. The figures in the text and the plates are numbered consecutively.

In dealing with the finds of Mithraea in Dura-Europos and in Rome, where very important paintings have come to light, much greater attention was given to colour; I am convinced that a further and closer study of the symbolism of colour will be very revealing. New photographic techniques have been of great assistance and it has proved helpful to reproduce as many photographs as possible, since in Cumont's work the drawings have always had the disadvantage of being less clear or sometimes even inaccurate.

It would be highly desirable to give reproductions of the paintings in full colour, but unfortunately this was impossible in the present work. It was necessary to bring into relief the Rome monuments which were dealt with earlier in a separate book 1. As the doctrine found its definite shape in Rome, and as the Capital also supplies us with the richest evidence of the Mithras cult, its monuments deserve our special attention. We should not forget Franz Cumont's words: "Le Mithraisme, en un mot, est la forme romaine du mazdeisme".

Thanks are due to all those who introduced the author into the cultural setting of present-day Rome. I am indebted to Prof. Hoogewerff for the kind hospitality enjoyed in the Netherlands Historical Institute in Rome, while he was its Director. And I also have gratefully to acknowledge the kindness of the present Director, Dr. The late Prof. Leopold, the former Director of the Archaeological Section, and Dr. In the Valle Giulia in Rome, Belgium and Holland are closely connected both by situation and friendship.

This has been of exceptional advantage owing to the kind help of the former Director of the Belgian Academy in Rome, Prof. It has been possible to illustrate the description of the monuments of Rome and Ostia with a great number of photographs through the kindness of the Directors and Keepers of the Vatican and Roman Museums, Barone Dr. Bartolomeo Nogara t and Dr. Magi, Dr.In Verbindung mit Gymn. Autenrieth t NilrnbergProf. Bauer GrazProf. Blass HalleProf. Brugmann LeipzigProf.

Busolt KielProf. Christ MunchenProf. Cohn BreslauProf. Gledltsch BerlinProf. Gruppe BerlinProf. Gunther Munchen ,"Gymn. Hammer Wurzbul gProf. Heerdegen ErlangenProf. Hommel MunchenProf. Hubner t BerlinProf. Judelch ErlangenProf. Jung PragProf.

Krumbacher MunchenProf. Larfeld RemscheidDr. Lolllng t AthenProf. Nissen BonnProf. Oberhummel MunchenPriv.University of O xford T ext A rchive. Twyford at the Inner Temple-Gate, That I might testifie my Obligations after this sort, I have been encouraged from the Nature of the Subject, which is a piece of Antiquity, and that no sterile piece such as too many are employd on but such as may serve to illustrate the History of our Nation; which I take to be a study most proper to the Lawyer.

Domenico Bordigallo - Cronaca 1496-1527 (Archivio Veneto 1880)

In Praefat. Book of his, where he sets down the Originall of our Laws, does not omit the History of the Roman Times. And if the Lawyer be the fittest student, who can be so apt a Patron as your Lordship, who is the Father of the Law? The pleasure of such Contemplations are so great, that Lipsius in Epist. For whereas the Britains were rude and dispers'd, and therefore prone to every occasion of War, Julius Agricola as Tacitus tells us to induce them by pleasures to quietnesse C.

Who is there that bears not an indulgent fondnesse to his native Country? This Book then can want no recommendation to the Gentry of this Island, since no man, though of ordinary condition, would be thought either illiterate or unnaturall: Which I presume to say in the behalf of this Reverend Gentleman, whose death prevented a more solemn Preface.

So far Robert Talbot. Numatianus afforded us his Itinerary in Elegiack Verses, but Antonius, or whether he is Antoninus Augustus in bare name, which in a Land, Journey, and military way and march, the Roman Captains made use of of which kind we see some in Italy and fewer in Spain used by Passengers, where at this day they are carried on horses which are appointed for speed.

But for Itinerary Tables, which are very usefull in matter of War, Fl. Vegetius is to be seen lib. De re Militari, cap. Of what kind of Military Tables the famous man Mark Velf [ But Ortelius our friend the Prince of Geographers set forth all of it also cut into Brass; by the Printing of Iohn Moret: in which kind I think nothing of ancient Monuments to be extant, either to be preferred, or comparable to it.

How necessary these Itineraries were Fl. Vegetius is the Author, and St. Now the way did not alwaies lead strait, as at this day, but wheeling about, yet more beaten and safe, which are called by Ammianus, the Kings High-way, and the Souldiers way and wonted Journeys.

Concerning High-waies, Galen the Prince of Physicians is to be seen lib. But Reader, if thou pleasest, see the ve [ Augustus, which lay hidden in the dark.

Antoninus Pius Caesar Augustus wrote an Itinerary. Hence also in the Itinerary to which the ordinary Books give the title of Antoninus Flodoard. Thomas Flodoardus of Aethicus; but the old MS. Roma, Romani.


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