Category Archives: ANCIENT & MODERN

Gnomicon 280

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  280 Saturday 16 February 2013 Read gnomica 1-250 here! 251     252     253     254     255     256     257     258     259     260     261     262     263     264     … Continue reading

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Gnomicon 278

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  278 Thursday 14 February 2013 Read gnomica 1-250 here! 251     252     253     254     255     256     257     258     259     260     261     262     263     264     … Continue reading

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Gnomicon 275

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  275 Monday 11 February 2013 Read gnomica 1-250 here! 251     252     253     254     255     256     257     258     259     260     261     262     263     264     … Continue reading

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Gnomicon 271

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  271 Thursday 7 February 2013 Read gnomica 1-250 here! 251     252     253     254     255     256     257     258     259     260     261     262     263     264     … Continue reading

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Gnomicon 254

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  254 Monday 21 January 2013 Read gnomica 1-250 here! 251     252     253 If the world should blow itself up, the last audible voice … Continue reading

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Ancient & Modern – Quintilian On names

gentes quoque ac loca et alia multa reperias inter nominum causas. “On investigarion you would find that the sources for names include peoples, places and many other phenomena.” Quintilian (c. 35 CE – 100)  Institutio oratoria 1.3.26 Where do names … Continue reading

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Gnomicon 204

If you have not already done so, you may wish to read the Introduction to Gnomica. Gnomicon  204 Sunday 2 December 2012 Read gnomica 1-200 here! 201     202     203  The neurotic is nailed to the cross of his fiction. Alfred … Continue reading

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