com/tvshows/hooten-and-the-lady/episode-2-season-1/rome/975313/) synopsis for the upcoming episode of the new CW series, Lady Alex helps Hooten search for an ancient Sibylline
book in Rome, much to the dismay of Lady Alex's mom, Lady Lindo (Jane Seymour).
The anonymous author of the "Introduction" details finding many years ago the ancient Sibylline
leaves that he or she interprets and compiles into the novel.
I have shown, indeed, that a few of "the 68" were not antiuniversalist, and that the uncertain were in fact universalists, for example, Clement of Alexandria, Apocalypse of Peter, Sibylline
Oracles (in one passage), Eusebius, Nazianzen, perhaps even Basil and Athanasius, Ambrose, Jerome before his change of mind, and Augustine in his anti-Manichaean years.
81) It is also worthy of notice that in some Mandaean texts the wife of Noah's son Sum (= Shem) bears the cognate name "Nhuraita," (82) and that the Sibyl who recites the Third Sibylline
Oracle terms herself the "daughter-in-law" of Noah.
Given a sibylline
reference in another cable a few days later, it is believable that Correa da Costa had argued for abstention or absence in view of the suddenness of the draft and its controversial nature.
through the Delphic chasm, the sibylline
leaf of you.
What was it Coleridge may have wanted to convey through his well-known metaphor of the "Night-mare Life-in-Death" announced in the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, the version published in Sibylline
Leaves in 1817?
Instead, you'll get lines such as And I, seventeen and terminally fey/I wrote it down and threw it all away/And never gave a thought to what I'd paid/And you, all sibylline
, reclining in your pew/You tattered me, you tethered me to you/The things you would and the things you wouldn't do.
In essence, he has transposed the story, with its haunted windmill on the hill and sibylline
blonde at the window--who could be a ghost or an imaginary friend or something altogether different--halfway around the world, holding fast to a certain Europeanness in the process.
Sibyls and Sibylline
Prophecy in Classical Antiquity, Londres, 1988, pp.
priestess engaged in divination served as the fitting image of the poetess: precisely as a medium enters a trance in order to translate divine will, the poetess was seen as falling under the spell of poetic inspiration.
The possibility of a hike has recently been hinted at by Federal Reserve officials in Washington in various sibylline
statements as likely to commence six months after the end of its quantitative easing program, presumably at the end of 2014.