10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ONEIROCRITIC»
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Gobbledygook: A Dictionary That's 2/3 Accurate, 1/3 Nonsense ...
blastage,. oneirocritic,. kellion. blastage. (BLAST-uhj) (noun): A tunnel created by
blasting with an explosive. Often, caves marketed as tourist attractions require the
creation of some blastages in order to create enough head room for the ...
The Early Muslim Tradition of Dream Interpretation
While most early Muslim dream manuals are now lost, a good number remain —
enough are now known that researchers can at last trace the transformations of
the Muslim oneirocritic tradition during the earliest stages of its development.
Echoing Narratives: Studies of Intertextuality in Greek and ...
Yet, according to Plastira-Valkanou, there is a prognostic element in the calling
by name as, according to Byzantine oneirocritic writers, that is a good sign. The
dream is thus found to be a mixture of negative and positive signs and Anthia, ...
Konstantin Doulamis, 2011
The Gilded Tongue: Overly Eloquent Words for Everyday Things
ONEIROCRITIC (oh-NY-ruh-KRIT-ik): n. from Greek oneirokritikos, from oneiros (
dream) and kritikos (capable of judging): an interpreter of dreams. Although there
are books on interpreting dreams and dream symbols, it is doubtful that anyone ...
Dreambooks in Byzantium: Six Oneirocritica in Translation, ...
Perhaps it is not too far a stretch to think that the authors of dreambooks like the
Nicephorus and Germanus were in part attempting to recapture the oneirocritic
tradition of Artemidorus and other Hellenistic oneirocriticists. The Arabs already ...
Professor Steven M Oberhelman, 2013
Anglo-Saxon Prognostics, 900-1100: Study and Texts
Günzel remained skeptical with regard to the oneirocritic attrib22 ution to (1) for
two reasons: first, the aforementioned complication of a possibly late oneirocritic
attribution which postdates (1); second, the syntax and subject matter of (1) differs
László Sándor Chardonnens, 2007
The Modern Anglo-Bengali Dictionary:
oneirocritic. 1448. onion. One-flided — Having, %xisting, or occurring, on one
side only ; larger o*r more developed on one side ; partial'; prejudiced ; : Wlft. i
One-sidedly, adv. One-sidedness, n. The quality of being one ; ifl<?<5l, •$*!
Time and Times and Half a Time: Historical Consciousness in ...
According to the text of a Middle Assyrian political letter, the priest who functions
as dream interpreter (bdru)43 also acts similarly; as oneirocritic he establishes
indirect contact with the god with the help of an incubational dream.44 According
Ancient Science and Dreams: Oneirology in Greco-Roman Antiquity
... possible to know whether a dream is prophetic or not before it turns out or fails
to turn out true — a strategy avowedly employed by the oneirocritic Artemidorus
in the second century A. D. (see next chapter) and, most likely, other oneirocritics.
Grace Overwhelming: John Bunyan, the Pilgrim's Progress and ...
The authors generally distinguish between the recipient of the vision ('dreamer')
and the interpreter of the vision ('oneirocritic'), though dreamer and oneirocritic
can be one and the same person. On this distinction, see Goodwin, Mystery of ...