Tag Archives: www.deomercurio.be

A little wee contribution

I’ve added my first new page to DeoMercurio.be for 2016; the topic, modestly enough, is the nature of the gods. Please have a look (French version here, English version here) and feel free to leave comments in the comments section … Continue reading

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A new look at the Suleviæ

I had wanted to mention this earlier, but a couple of weeks ago I made a major upgrade to the web page on the Suleviæ (first the French page, then the English one). Previously, that page contained little more than … Continue reading

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Germania Inferior

A few days back, I went live with my page on Germania Inferior—which is to say, Lower Germany (not ‘inferior’ in the usual English sense). This is worth mentioning on several scores: (1) it’s the first ‘geographical’ page on http://www.deomercurio.beContinue reading

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Service resumption (as predicted!)

I’m delighted to be able to inform the legions of loyal viewers and readers of this blog and the http://www.deomercurio.be website that, as of Monday the 25th, the site is restored to full working order and that all is just … Continue reading

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Service interruption for Volkanalia

What a Volkanalia this has been! So the website http://www.deomercurio.be, which has been an ongoing project of mine—and also the fulfilment of a vow—should have celebrated its seventh birthday today with a significant upgrade, enabling me to post more images … Continue reading

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What’s in a name

I thought I’d lay out the reasoning behind the name of the website where I collect my thoughts, analysis, and findings on Gaulish polytheism, viz. http://www.deomercurio.be, which also gives its name to this blog. On the surface, you might be … Continue reading

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Odd little article…

I just finished reading K. M. Linduff’s article “Epona: A Celt among Romans”, and I confess, my chief reaction was, “How can a scholarly article have so many typos?” Scholarly publishing can perhaps be a bit like making sausage, and … Continue reading

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