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  1. I’m editing a version of Edwins Pauline epistles on academia.
    Updating language etc glossing phrasetis
    Tx again for pointing him out to me

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    • Thanks for sharing. I had a long review of some parts of that article typed out but right as I went to post it it got deleted for whatever reason. I don’t feel like typing it all out again. The gist of it is that the evidence in that thread is incredibly weak. I had reasons why but I really don’t feel like wasting even more time than I already have on it.

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  2. That’s disappointing- it ties up with Edwin Johnson’s ideas; even if you can’t support it here.

    It’s like Stonehenge setup/rebuilt in the late 50’s:


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  3. The concept of a “Dark Age” originated in the 1330s with the Italian scholar Petrarch, who regarded the post-Roman centuries as “dark” compared to the “light” of classical antiquity.[3][4] The phrase “Dark Age” itself derives from the Latin saeculum obscurum, originally applied by Caesar Baronius in 1602 to a tumultuous period in the 10th and 11th centuries.[5][6] The concept thus came to characterize the entire Middle Ages as a time of intellectual darkness in Europe between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance; this became especially popular during the 18th-century Age of Enlightenment.[3]

    Summary of a different version “Phantom Time” by Herbert Illich. You’ve heard of it of course?

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