SCABILLUM

SCABILLUM
idem cum priore. Interpres vetus Statii, Scabillum, quod in sacris pede sonare consurverunt. Unde Sonipedes, qui pede scabillum sonabant, apud Gratium Cynegetic. ubi de Isidis Saceidotibus, ποδοκτύποι et ποδοψόφοι Graecis. Sic et Choro fuêre, qui pede percussô ενδόσιμον canentibus dabant et saltantibus ἐυρυθμίαν moderabantur: quod illi quidem non simplicis pedis percussione faciebant, sed soleâ soleâ ligneâ, cui suppacta fuit ferrea regula, ad maiorem sonum edendum. Hinc σιοηροῦν ὑπόδημα vocat Lucianus. Vide Libanium Apolog. pro saltatoribus, et hîc supra.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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