Sedate Sardis Chapter 13

MESSENGER PREAMBLE FORMULA—3:1B ..... p. 356

HISTORICAL PROLOGUE—3:1 .....p. 359

  • The suzerain knows their works—3:1c.....p. 359
  • The suzerain knows their reputation—3:1d ..... p. 359
  • The suzerain knows they are dead—3:1e .....p. 360

ETHICAL STIPULATIONS—3:2–3A .....p. 360

  • First imperative: Be vigilant—3:2a.....p. 361
  • Second imperative: Strengthen what remains—3:2b..... p. 361
  • Third imperative: Bear in mind what you received—3:3a ..... p. 362
  • Fourth imperative: Keep it or pay attention—3:3b ..... p. 363
  • Fifth imperative: Repent—3:3c .....p. 363

SANCTIONS .....p. 364

  • Curses—3:3d-e .....p. 364
  • Blessings—3:4–5 .....p. 368
  •    Fig. 110. Painting titled “The Frigidarium”.
  •    Fig. 111. Coin from Hispania (Spain), with the head of Tiberius. 

PROCLAMATION WITNESS FORMULA—3:6 ..... p. 377
CONCLUSION .....p. 377

 



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Figure 173

Kunsthistorisches Museum (no. IX A 79) Photograph by James Steakley, PD Roman cameo of Gemma Augustea (AD 9–12). A depiction of Emperor...