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Roman Prayer and Its Relation to Ethics

Gordon J. Laing
Classical Philology
Vol. 6, No. 2 (Apr., 1911), pp. 180-196
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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
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    Tylor Primitive Culture 364.
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    Religionsgeschichtliche Versuche und Vorarbeiten, VII. Band, 2. Heft.
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    Strong The Psychology of Prayer, chap. i.
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    Defixionum tabellae quotquot innotuerunt (p. 345).
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    Audollent op. cit. (p. 249).
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    Introduction to the Study of Comparative Religion, pp. 144 ff.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Tylor Primitive Culture II, 365
    • Jevons op. cit. 143.
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    Merrill in his edition of Lucretius, p. 260.
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    Masson Lucretius, Epicurean and Poet, pp. 284 ff.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • PostgateClassical QuarterlyIV (1910), 106 ff.
    • GrangerClassical Review XXIV (1910), 46 f.
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    Hendrickson in Class. Jour.V, 255.
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    Archiv f. Religionsw.IX (1906), 185 ff.
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    Veteres philosophi quomodo iudicaverint de precibus, pp. 26 f., 61 f.
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    Op. cit., pp. 28-29.