By Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce
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From the Ice Age to the Present. London (Duckworth). RGA = Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde Band 1–35; Registerband 1–2, Berlin 1973ﬀ. (de Gruyter). 2. Aufgabe. J. 1959. The Danish Bronze Vessels of Greek, Early Campanian and Etruscan Manufactures. Acta Archaeologica XXX. 1ﬀ. Rolley, C. ). 2003. La tombe princière de Vix. I–II. Paris (Picard). 38 3 Nations and Alliances The Ethnography of Tacitus’ Germania Reges ex nobilitate, duces ex virtute sumunt. Nec regibus inﬁnita aut libera potestas, et duces exemplo potius quam imperio, si prompti, si conspicui, si ante aciem agant, admiratione praesunt.
At any rate, the killing and deposition of the bog bodies is diﬃcult to imagine without reference to the gods. Tacitus, in his ‘Annals’ (Ab excessu divi Augusti of about AD 117, mentions two Germanic nations in western central Germany engaging each other in battle in the year AD 58. The Chatti (actually the losers), in the event of victory had ‘devoted . . 57). One is reminded of the North European military depositions. Thus, apart from the social status of the bog bodies and the judicial reasons for their execution we should consider attributes likely to have been ascribed to these people, for instance that they were probably considered ‘dangerous’ to society.
2003. La tombe princière de Vix. I–II. Paris (Picard). 38 3 Nations and Alliances The Ethnography of Tacitus’ Germania Reges ex nobilitate, duces ex virtute sumunt. Nec regibus inﬁnita aut libera potestas, et duces exemplo potius quam imperio, si prompti, si conspicui, si ante aciem agant, admiratione praesunt. Ceterum neque animadvertere neque vincire, ne verberare quidem nisi sacerdotibus permissum, non quasi in poenam nec ducis iussu, sed velut deo imperante, quem adesse bellantibus credunt.
Ancient Rome and Pompeii (Magic Tree House Fact Tracker, Book 14) by Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce