Alfred Ernout, Alfred Meillet's Dictionnaire etymologique de la langue latine (4e ed.) PDF

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67 (41) Ficc. 52 Baton Rouge The capital of Louisiana, situated on the Mississippi near New Orleans. Lab. 40 (15) Ficc. 30 29 Baudelaire, Charles (1821-1867) A French poet, an admirer of Edgar Allan *Poe, much of whose work he translated. Baudelaire is best known for his collection Les Fleurs du mal, in which morbid and occasionally crude touches of realism are combined with exuberant imagery and lyric grace. Lab. 51 Bayonne A French town in the Basses Pyrenées, famous for its thirteenth-century cathedral.

Christianity probably did not reach Britain before the middle of the third century. Lab. 153 (122): no mention has been found of a diocese of Britain during the sixth century. Reference to the inversion of crucifixes, though fictitious, may be an oblique allusion to the doctrine of the British lay monk Pelagius who in the fifth century questioned original sin and was charged with heresy. His followers developed his theories, denying that Christ had to die for human redemption or act as an intermediary between man and his salvation.

Lab. 48 (23): Stephen Albert's composure and his imperturbable acceptance of death can be seen as manifestations of a Buddhist attitude to existence. Lab. 131 (101): concerning the different names of Buddhist monks, members of some of the many schools of Buddhism do take a new name once they enter 'refuge' and, at various stages of their spiritual life, adopt new names according to the degree of enlightment they have achieved. The 'refuge' names are normally composite, such as 'Ocean of Teaching' or 'Glorious Banner' etc.

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