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The Pauline letters proceed to impress scholarly dialogue. This quantity comprises papers that elevate various questions in regards to the canon of the Pauline writings. a few of the essays are extra narrowly targeted of their cause, occasionally concentrating upon a unmarried measurement with regards to the Pauline canon, and occasionally upon even a unmarried letter.
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Mr. , p. 788) thinks that Cicero alluded to those more ancient offices of the scribes of the sediles in his " fatally divine" Philippic. The inscription in the dedication to the divinity of the twelve "•Deum Consentium," and not Consentum, which was found under the Tabularium, seems to deprive the temple of any high antiquity; but as the quotation from Varro, cited by Mr. Dyer,* would, as that writer justly remarks, * The words from Varro are as follows :—" Et quoniam, ut aitint, Dei facientes adjuvant, prius invocabo eos; nee tit Homerns et 46 CAPITOLINE ASCENTS.
See Dial. iv. of ' Pursuits of Literature,' a work which enjoyed the most marvellous popularity, and the author of which, amongst other proofs of scarcely sane self-importance, actually goes the length of comparing his foolish fears to the Passion of our Saviour. , note. The quotation from the New Testament is given in Greek. " Ordo Eoman. Auct. Benedict, ap. Mab. ib. p. 143, num. 51. The author of the ' De mirabilibus Bomse' also says, " Templum Concordias jivxta Capitolium, ante quod arcus. triumphalis,"—Ap.
The pageant, however, remains. The three Conservators act certain parts in certain ceremonies: they stand on the second step of the papal throne, and they have a right to carry the sacramental vessels between the high altar and his holiness on Easter Sunday. The Senator of Eome bears a still more conspicuous part in these scenes of humiliation. "When the Pope pontificates, the Senator stands amidst a seated assembly, but stands at the right hand of the hierarch, on a level with the throne, and a step above the Conservators.