By Adler R.J.
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The primitive dice which have been found in excavations in England might also be mentioned. These date from the invasion of England by the Romans and are possibly part of the benefits spread by that civilisation. The longbone of an animal such as a deer was taken and shaved so that it was reasonably square in cross-section (Fig. 3). A piece of bone was then cut so that it formed a cube. The resulting die must obviously have been very unsatisfactory since it was a hollow square cylinder with 1 opposite 6, 2 opposite 5 on the solid sides and 3 opposite 4 on the hollow ends, the marks Fig- 3 being made with a circular engraving tool.
One to each number of the different ways in which 3 dice can fall. * Thus the number of' 3partitions is correctly enumerated, and the fact that the order of the fall of the dice doesn't seem to matter is in agreement with what we have surmised to be the classical oracular tradition. The pagan influence was not easily eradicated. D. 1200-1250) who was Chancellor of Amiens Cathedral (see Plates 6 and 7, between pages 24 and 25, and Fig. 5). Various other authors have been suggested a t varying dates up to the end of the fifteenth century.
Sambursky gives a nearly exhaustive list of references relevant to early ideas about the " probable". Any edited library edition (with notes) of Cicero De Divinatione and the various classical dictionaries will also prove informative. Much remains to be done in the exploration of the role played by the random element in religious mysteries. I have used Hastings' Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics as a starting-point, but the field is vast. Robert Graves' The White Goddess is interesting about alphabetic divination, although not entirely relevant to my purpose.
An Introduction to Continuity, Extrema, and Related Topics for General Gaussian Processes by Adler R.J.