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  • dciurchea
    Citation=======================================================Plutarch, LIVES ( TRANSLATED WITH NOTES HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL LIFE OF PLUTARCH BY
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 21, 2009
      Citation=======================================================Plutarch,
      LIVES ( TRANSLATED WITH NOTES HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL LIFE OF PLUTARCH
      BY JOhNLANGHORNE M.D. AND WILLIAM LANGHORNE M.A. CAREFULLY CORRECTED AND
      PRINTED FROMTHE LAST LONDON EDITION IN FOUR VOLUMES VOL I Philadelphia,
      JAMES CRISSY No 4MINOR STREET 1834)
      also Google Books link
      <http://books.google.ro/books?id=OOm_TA9OoZYC&dq=anakes&lr=&pg=PP9&ci=13\
      9%2C1421%\2C617%2C209&source=bookclip>

      -------------------------------------------------------p.53 bottom

      "... This request was easily granted them and they were adopted by
      Aphidnus as Hercules was by Pylias They had also divine honours paid
      them with the title of Anakes which was given them either on account of
      the truce (anoche) which they made or because of their great care that
      no one should be injured though there were so many troops in the city
      or the phrase anakós cchein signifies to keep or take care of any
      thing and
      for this reason perhaps kings called Anaktes.
      Some again say they were called Anakes because of the appearance of
      their stars for the Athenians used the word ane cas and aneka hen
      instead of ano and anothen that is above or on high
      ..."=====================================================Discussion
      The Anaktes title of Getic Basilei may be also bound to the Dioscuri
      pattern, i.e. a horse/rider with spear, which appears on most of the
      Dacian and Scythian coins (attributed to Scordisci="Danubian Celts" and
      Scythian kings) or as the "Thracian knight" appearing on tombs + a
      double/triple deity and has an astronomic significance also: Castor and
      Pollux bright stars, appearing only half of the year with the legend of
      the Dioscuri making shifts in Hell and Heaven; Castor is good at horse
      breeding and riding. This connects to the Apotheosis and burrial mounds
      and ressurection beliefs.
      In latin the equivalent is Dominus and Voievod(Voyevoda) - in romanian -
      meaning "I allow you=Voie va dau(a da voie==to allow; va=to you ",
      fitting the Greek Anakes as eplained by Plutarch, abreviated as
      Voda/Wodan.
      In connection with the name Gotha, I presume "Goth" is the German
      translation of the Ankes/Voda/Basileus/Dominus title as Goth/ Gott-half
      God and not as a distorsion of Get. Since Gepids,Vizigoths and
      Ostrogoths intermarried, theoriginal geographic meaning of Goth(as a
      native German person) instead Get disappeared.
      Te significance of the titles of the Basilei of the 3 getic kingdoms is
      clearly connected to their adoration hails (illuminated by the
      Greek/Spartan customs):
      * Dacia/Gepidia has a town called Apullum, nowadays Alba Iulia
      (probably the title of the Basileus was Iulius Maximus, moked by the
      Hungarians as "Gyula". It is also clear that the title of "Iulius" and
      the light associated with the Dioscuri match; the pileus of the Dioscuri
      matches the phrigian caps of Dacian tarabostes and the "pileati" of
      Iordanes; of course, it also matches the Wodan/Thor dualism ).
      Dracia/Dacia -from their flag like the carnyx, yields Teufel/Teufelia in
      German i.e. the "Taifali"
      * Vizigoths(The peerest goths, from Rom. vaza/lat. Vedere),
      translated in German yields "Therwingi"(old Saxon root Thewes-manners
      customs),
      * Ostrogoths(Illustruous goths rom. lustra/lat lustra -meaninig
      shining) translates in German as "Greuthungi"(old Saxon root groetin,
      like greeting in English)
      ===============================Merry Christmas and Happy new Year to all



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