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The Omen of Sneezing

Arthur Stanley Pease
Classical Philology
Vol. 6, No. 4 (Oct., 1911), pp. 429-443
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    • Baehrens on Catullus 45. 8-9.
    • M. SchookinsDe Sternutatione (Amsterdam, 1664)
  • 1
    Strateg. i. 12. 11.
  • 5
    Plut. op. cit. 582B, 589F.
  • 8
    Heroides 18. 151.
  • 9
    Theocr. 7. 96 and perhaps 18. 16.
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    Metam. ix. 25.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • ad Is. 12
    • Moser on Cic. De Div. ii. 84.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Appendix, Sermo 24. 6
    • Migne Patrol. Lat. XVII, 653
  • 5
    De Doctr. Christ. ii. 20.
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    Smith Dict. Christ. Antiqq. 1545b.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ep. 179
    • Migne Patrol. Lat. C, 450
  • 1
    A. P. Wagener Popular Associations of Right and Left in Roman Literature (Notes from the Classical Seminaries, Johns Hopkins University [1910], 31-34).
  • 2
    Op. cit. i. 162.
  • 3
    Ibid.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Plut. De Gen. Socr. 581B
    • Themist. 119A.
  • 5
    De Gen. Socr., loc. cit.
  • 6
    Diog. Laert. vi. 48.
  • 9
    W. R. Paton in Folk-LoreXVIII (1907), 331.
  • 1
    Probl. 33. 11.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Cic. N.D. ii. 67.
    • G. Taylor on the folk-lore of aboriginal Formosa in Folk-Lore JournalV (1887), 149.
  • 3
    De Gen. Socr., loc. cit.
  • 4
    Themist. 119A.
  • 5
    Frontinus loc. cit.
  • 7
    De Doctr. Christ. ii. 20.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ella C. Sykes in Folk-LoreXII (1901), 266-67.
    • Probl. 33. 15.
  • 1
    A. WüttkeDer deutsche Volksaberglaube der Gegenwart, 3d ed. by E. H. Meyer, 304.
  • 2
    Ibid. 316.
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Ibid. 287
    • P. Drechsler Sitte, Brauch und Volksglaube in Schlesien II, 195
    • W. H. Babcock in folk-lore notes collected near Washington, D.C., in Folk-Lore JournalVI (1888), 92.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Article "New England Superstitions" in Folk-Lore JournalII (1884), 24.
    • Aristotle's description cited above (p. 433).
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    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • Wüttke op. cit. 287
    • R. Wossidlo Mecklenburgische Volksüberlieferungen 366
    • J. Sibree, Jr., in Folk-Lore RecordII (1879), 36
    • B. C. A. Windle in Folk-LoreXVII (1906), 250
    • G. H. Kinahan in his remarks upon Connemara folk-lore in Folk-Lore Journal II (1884), 257.
    • Does Propertius ii. 3. 24
    • Folk-LoreXV (1904), 210
    • Pliny, N.H. vii. 42
    • Gellius, iii. 16. 24.
  • 6
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Hübner and Jacobitz on Diog. Laert. vi. 48
    • Herodotus (vi. 107)
    • Aristotle (Probl. 33. 12)
    • Pliny (N.H. xxviii. 57)
  • 3
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Pliny N.H. xxv. 52, 56, 135, 173
    • xxviii. 88
    • xxxii. 28
    • Pliny N.H. xx. 137
    • xxi. 142
  • 5
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Mrs. H. H. Spoer in Folk-LoreXVIII [1907], 72.
    • II Kings 4:35
    • Tambornino De antiquorum daemonismo 81 fin.
  • 7
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • p. 434, n. 5, above.
    • Gallaeus ad Lact. ii. 15
    • Migne Patrol. Lat. VI, 332 n.
  • 8
    Powell and Magnússon Icelandic Legends, 2d series, 646.
  • 9
    W. H. Jones and L. L. Kropf in Folk-Lore JournalI (1883), 357.
  • 11
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Busolt Gr. Gesch. III, 943
    • Ebstein Die Pest des Thukydides
  • 2
    98. 4-5: Eumolpus conversus salvere Gitona iubet.
  • 3
    Metam. ix. 25
  • 4
    Pliny N.H. xxviii. 23.
  • 5
    Lawson Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion 330.
  • 6
    Wordsworth on Theocritus 7. 96.
  • 7
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Wüttke op. cit. 768
    • Drechsler op. cit. II, 23
    • Wossidlo op. cit. 366
    • Schön- werth Aus der Oberpfalz. Sitten und Sagen III, 245-46
    • W. H. Jones and L. L. Kropf in Folk-Lore JournalI (1883), 357
    • Mather and Hewitt on Xen. Anab. iii. 29 (p. 347).
  • 8
    Mather and Hewitt loc. cit.
  • 9
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • B. J. Jones in Folk-LoreXV (1904), 339
    • G. H. Kinahan in Folk-Lore Record IV (1881), 105.
  • 10
    Powell and Magnússon op. cit. 646.
  • 11
    Sayce in Folk-LoreXVII (1906), 198.
  • 12
    J. Sibree, Jr., in Folk-Lore RecordII (1879), 36.
  • 13
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kullavagga v. 33. 3
    • Sacred Books of the East XX, 152-53
  • 14
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Gallaeus on Lact. ii. 15
    • Migne Patrol. Lat. VI, 332n.
  • 1
    W. H. D. Rouse in Folk-LoreXI (1899), 181.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Op. cit. 768.
    • Morin: Sur les souhaits en faveur de ceux qui éternuent (1712)
  • 3
    i. 11 (p. 492b, 5 ff.).
  • 4
    Probl. 33. 7.
  • 5
    Probl. 33. 9
  • 7
    Plut. Themist. 119A.
  • 2
    De Mirab. Auscult. 166.
  • 4
    Tambornino De antiquorum daemonismo 83.
  • 6
    Op. cit. i. 163.
  • 1
    Plato Tim. 90A
  • 2
    Rohde Psyche II, 18 ff.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Aristotle says (De Div. per Somn. 1, p. 463a, 7 ff.)
    • Aristotle, Probl. 33. 15.
  • 1
    Loc. cit.
  • 2
    Loc. cit.
  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Basil on Is. 12
    • Theocr. 7. 96
    • Homeric Hymn to Hermes 294 ff.
    • Lawson Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion 330.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wüttke op. cit. 309
    • Drechsler op. cit. II, 23.
  • 5
    Folk-LoreXII (1901), 266-67.
  • 1
    XI, 375.
  • 2
    Probl. 33. 11.
  • 3
    Wüttke op. cit. 287
  • 4
    Pliny N.H. xxviii. 16.
  • 6
    Metam. ix. 25.
  • 7
    Photius loc. cit.
  • 8
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Wüttke op. cit. 768
    • Drechsler op. cit. II, 268
    • Goodrich-Freer in Folk- LoreXIII (1902), 50.
  • 1
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • E. C. Sykes in Folk-LoreXII (1901), 266-67.
    • II Kings 4:35
    • Aristotle (Probl. 33. 3)
    • Palatine Anthology (VI, 333)
    • Ovid (Heroides 18. 151)
    • Lawson Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion 328.
  • 2
    Frag. 534, 9 ff. Kock.
  • 3
    Sacred Books of the East XLII, 82
  • 1
    Bonitz, s.vv. lrTatpew, 7rTrap/uki6
  • 2
    P. 435, notes 8, 9, supra.
  • 3
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Schol. ad Pind. Ol. 12. 10
    • Ar. Aves 721 ff.
    • Dio Chrysost. Orat. 33 (vol. II, 19. 5 Dind.)
    • Sen. De Ira, ii. 25. 3
    • Pliny N.H. xix. 39
    • xxviii. 26
    • Wüttke op. cit. 378, 770
    • Drechsler op. cit. II, 268
    • R. C. Temple in Folk-LoreX (1899), 435
    • Folk-LoreXV (1904), 94.
  • 4
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    • his Classical Essays 77