… from the Latin Twitterverse:
cōs, cōtis, f.
Sanscr. ça, to whet, sharpen; cf. cautes, any hard stone, flintstone—
Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) May 24, 2012
… and on the Greek side:
μητίομαι, (μῆτις) Pi.P.2.92 (s.v.l.): fut. -ίσομαι: aor. ἐμητισάμην: — = μητιάω 11, devise, contrive—
Henry George Liddell (@LiddellandScott) May 24, 2012
Quando Rex Comitavit Fas — the rex sacrorum had to perform some sort of ceremony before the day’s legal business could be conducted (possibly connected to the idea of Regifugium)
299 A.D. — martyrdom of Donatian and Rogatian
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