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Literary usage of Fulgural
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Electricity: (The Intellectual Rise in Electricity) from by Park Benjamin (1898)
"Gradually there grew up a sort of pseudo-fulgural science. Constantine the Great, several years after his conversion to Christianity, made a law authorizing ..."
2. An Introduction to the Study of Bibliography: To which is Prefixed A Memoir by Thomas Hartwell ( Horne (1814)
"... from their supposed Etruscan origin; the fulgural (libri fulgurantes); the fatal, or books of destinies, which were consulted in all public calamities; ..."
3. The Moral Order of the World in Ancient and Modern Thought by Alexander Balmain Bruce (1899)
"... Etruscans were the inventors of fulgural divination and of haruspicy. Among the most ancient and most interesting forms of divination was that of augury ..."
4. Cosmos: Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt, Elizabeth Juliana Leeves Sabine (1849)
"... all that deviated from the ordinary course of phenomena, makes it certainly to be lamented that nothing has come down to us from their fulgural books. ..."
5. The Progress of the Intellect: As Exemplified in the Religious Development by Robert William Mackay (1850)
"... the fulgural god of Etruria, the Thor or Taranis menaced by the arrows of the Thracians *8; and there was the telluric power worshipped under the oaks ..."