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  Flamen - Home
Flamen is a 2.5D platform game based on the FlatRedBall engine.
It's a no-violence game, where the story unfolds as it's uncovered by the player (and it is based on the true story, about pyramids and their hidden secrets described here: Projekt Cheops).
There is no current default release for this project.
www.codeplex.com /Flamen   (125 words)

  Flamen - LoveToKnow 1911
The flamens were subject to the pontifex maximus, and were consecrated to the service of some particular deity.
The flamens were held to be elected for life, but they might be compelled to resign office for neglect of duty, or on the occurrence of some ill-omened event (such as the cap falling off the head) during the performance of their rites.
The characteristic dress of the flamens in general was the apex, a white conical cap, the laena or mantle, and a laurel wreath.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Flamen   (571 words)

 LacusCurtius • Roman Religion — Flamen (Smith's Dictionary, 1875)
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The most distinguished of all the flamens was the
After the deification of the emperors, flamens were appointed to superintend their worship in Rome and in all the provinces; and we find constantly in inscriptions such titles as
penelope.uchicago.edu /Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/secondary/SMIGRA*/Flamen.html   (1374 words)

 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
A flamen was a name given to a priest assigned to a state supported god or goddess in Roman religion.
When the office of flamen was vacant, a pontifex could serve as a temporary replacement, although only the Pontifex Maximus is known to have substituted for the Flamen Dialis.
The Flamen Quirinalis oversaw the cult of Quirinus, who presided over organized Roman social life and was related to the peaceful aspect of Mars.
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 Flamen Summary
The flamen Martialis supposedly partook of the holiday of the October Horse, and the flamen Quirinalis in several rituals—Quirinalia, Robigalia, Consualia, and Larentalia.
For the flamen Dialis—as for the virgins consecrated to Vesta—every day was holy (cotidie feriatus) because he symbolized the "stability" of the city itself.
The wife of the flamen Dialis (flaminica Dialis) formed with him a sacred union that was an example to all Romans; it was unbreakable except by death, and she was under the same restrictions as her husband, according to Aulus Gellius (10.15.26), since she was the symbol for the fertility of Rome.
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 Prénom Flamen : le secret de votre bonheur
Flamen a souvent à regretter l'absence de contrainte et de réserve dans ses propos.
Flamen doit se rappeler qu'il y a toujours mille façons de dire une chose et qu'elle a intérêt à choisir la plus agréable afin de se faire "plus d'amis et moins d'ennemis" (Lénine).
Il y a souvent lieu de soupçonner que Flamen présente, avec l'âge, une détérioration de la colonne vertébrale avec, comme conséquence, le déplacement d'un disque intervertébral qui vient comprimer un nerf innervant un des membres.
www.asiaflash.com /prenom/prenom_secret.php?prenom=Flamen   (712 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for flamen
flamen †supposed grade of priest in heathen Britain XIV; priest of a particular deity in ancient Rome XVI.
The flamines (flamen) of these three gods were the three major priests of Rome.
Among other achievements, he was supposedly responsible for the pontifices, flamens (sacred priests),...
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=flamen   (480 words)

 The SF Site Featured Review: The Jagged Orbit
Flamen believes that the network is conspiring to force him off the air (to fill his time slot with infomercials).
Flamen suspects they have influenced the I.N.S. to allow known racial separatist and terrorist Morton Lenigo into the country.
Flamen goes to visit his wife, Celia, who is a patient at the Mogshack mental clinic.
www.sfsite.com /11b/jo93.htm   (1343 words)

 Religion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The flamen dialis, the priest of Jupiter, was the most senior of the flamines.
Though the life of the flamen dialis was regulated by a whole host of strange rules.
If a person was into the house of the flamen dialis in any form of fetters he was to be untied at once and the shackles pulled up through the skylight of the house's atrium on to the roof and then carried away.
www.roman-empire.net /religion/religion.html   (4894 words)

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