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3) Ambroscb, Reiigionsbùcher der Rœmery p. 60-tH. 48 LES poimrEs ET LA TRADITION. ches. Dans ces extraits, les Pontifes ne transcrivirent que le nécessaire , c'est-à-dire les invocations et les épithètes qui en précisaient la portée, omettant les noms génériques des grandes divinités, noms assez connus d'ailleurs pour qu'il parût inutile de les répéter sans cesse. Le manuel remplaça les documents originaux, et si bien, que les plus doctes Pontifes et, après eux, les archéologues, s'en sont probablement contentés.
Les Pontifes, en effet, durent être amenés de bonne heure à préparer, pour leurs consultations théolo giques, des extraits (tabulœ) du grand recueil 3, qui contenaient les détails les plus pratiques et permet taient, comme nous l'avons vu plus haut, de ranger les matières dans un ordre qui facilitait les recher(i)Ambrosch, Stul. p. 2; 5. A. V-1. — (i) Serv. Mn. — (3) Ambroscb, Reiigionsbùcher der Rœmery p. 60-tH. 48 LES poimrEs ET LA TRADITION. ches. Dans ces extraits, les Pontifes ne transcrivirent que le nécessaire , c'est-à-dire les invocations et les épithètes qui en précisaient la portée, omettant les noms génériques des grandes divinités, noms assez connus d'ailleurs pour qu'il parût inutile de les répéter sans cesse.
Tert. Urid. - (7) Aug. IV, 44. - ( 8 ) Aug. IV, 8. 44. - (9) Arn. IV, 3. Aug. IV, 6. Terl. Ibid. Paul. p. 40. (40) Arn. IV, 7. - (44) Aug. IV, 44. 46. - (4J) Aug. VII, 3 . (43) Aug. IV, 21. - ( U ) Aug. IV, 44. 3 34 LES PONTIFES ET LA TRAMTIuX. et Deus Juyatiutis [ l'enlacent dans les nœuds de l'union conjugale : tout est prêt;la dot est comptée, les cadeaux échangés sous l'œil deDeaAfferenda 2 ; Deus Domiducus (l)omitius) et Dea Domiduca 3 (Itcrduca) précèdent le jeune couple, qu'une nombreuse assistance conduit jus qu'au seuil de la maison de l'époux en invoquant Ta/assio 4 .