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Untranslatable Words in Classical Latin: The Problem with Pius Keith Alexander Woodell
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The Romans of the Classical Era (circa 100 B.C.E. to 15 C.E.) had a social, religious, and legal structure that was vastly different from that of modern Western societies. On account of this difference and especially due to the influence of the Christian religion, many Roman concepts have been misunderstood and mistranslated. This thesis analyzes the Latin word pius along with its nominal and adverbial derivatives in ancient literature to try to understand how the concept actually worked in Roman cognition. Perhaps due to the fact that words like “pity,” “pious,” and “piety” all derive from pius, the way it is translated into English often reflects less an understanding of how the Romans ...
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