Sculptured Stones of Scotland Volume 2

Sculptured Stones of Scotland Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ...adored as a aries and early councils, but in no case can I iough many of them are articles of a primitive! heed lest their people take part in pagan rites m, sive sortilegos vel divinos, sive phylacteria et miines juxta ecclesias, ritu pagano faciunt, sub enty-first chapter provides for the punishment of iquid more gentilium obtulerit, et ad honorem i. p. 11!). clian relates of St. Patrick that "venit ad footem Finddicitur Slim quia indicatum illi quod honorabant magi; iumiulaveruut diva ad illum in donum dii, quia adoracm in modum dii (Lib. Annac. fol. 13), quoted in Dr. damnan, p. 119, note. i Kentigerni, pp. 235, 265. t. Francor. lib. viii. c. 15. pus Juris Germ. Walter. Capitularia Reguni Francoruin, p. 54, 107, 415. Berolini 1824. ie Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, which ilion of Iiis bought a farm in a district within acts after taking possession was the enclosing i corner cut off--and which still remains cut that he might abstain from ever blightiu" or О О о e of a superstition of our Celtic forefathers, sal, and notwithstanding the manifold changes he reign of James VI., contain allusions to a f these judicial murders. One of the points hven in Banffshire, was--" Thow hes mett and i thow confessis to he a spreit, and putt is four hy baillis the guidis, and preserves thame fra r divett theron, or put plewis therm; and this ra vtheris places, quhilkis thow confessis thy a grip of all the craft, bot Christsonday is the leid men in thair companie, and that the kyng apt to be drawn into attempts to Christianise гре, probably with the hope of securing to their pagan rites. We know that they symbolised m priests too often assisted in these ceremonies, the bulls more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 184 x 238 x 6mm | 80g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236619021
  • 9781236619020
  • 1,780,055