Sibylline - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- books of prophecies, consulted by the Romans in times of crisis
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After consulting the Sibylline Books, the Romans send envoys to Attal
hat they can participate in rites prescribed by the Sibylline Books.
a religious embassy to Enna, after consulting the Sibylline books.
(1st cent. A.D.) was summoned by the Sibylline Books, moved her
the gods, consulted the Sibylline books, and sent ambassa
was found written in the Sibylline oracles that the Romans
with the [recommendation of the] Sibylline books, when it had not
that, in accordance with the Sibylline Books, the people sat down
they had found in the Sibylline books that whenever war was
offered in accordance with the Sibylline Books.
man. In accordance with the Sibylline Books on the island of
that they should consult the Sibylline They even brought in the
let him consult the Sibylline Books as witnesses. These
Venus in accordance with the Sibylline books; and on a second
and being warned in the Sibylline Books to appease the ancient
the priests consulted the Sibylline Books and observed, that
decemvirs had inspected the Sibylline Books, decreed that a
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