By Very Rev. Canon Joseph F. Macgrail
Omnibus has Praesentes I nspecturls Fldem Faclmus et Testanur Josephtuii Mc Grall esse prasbytenua hujus Dloeceseos et testaour ilium esse sacerdotem nulla eecleslastloa censura neque alio eanonieo impedimento aut p Ana quod sciamus irretitum quomlnus I fissae saorificium celebrare possit In quonun fidem has praesentes litteras manu Nostra subscriptas slgilloque Nostro et Secretarfl subscriptions muni Cas fieri Jussimus, Datum Caxsplfonte ex A edibus Nostris Episcopalibus die 12a mens is Pebruarli advert 1905 De Mandato Rev DD Episcopi. SEAL Qdo-T JS ecretarius, (T ranslation) To all who may perhaps learn this letter, we provide religion and endure witness that Joseph Mac Grail is a priest of this diocese, and we testify he's a clergyman whom we all know to be lower than neither ecclesiastical censure, nor any canonica Jimpediment or punishment, that could hinder him from celebrating the sacrifice of the Mass. In testimony of which we now have ordered this letter, subscribed through our hand, to be fortified with our seal and the signature of the Secretary. Given at our Episcopal Mansion in Springfield, at the twelfth day of the month of February within the yr of the Lord, 1905. through order of his such a lot Reverend Lordship the Bishop. JAS. F. A hern, Secretary.
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Fine, wavy lines make it clear that their shirts, with zigzag hemlines, are made of mail, not leather. Their shield emblems differ from each other and from the one shown on a gravestone (see Plate 8), which suggests that the shield emblems on the Column were invented by the artist. The emperor, as usual without shield and helmet though wearing a cuirass, greets the beleaguered army with the horseman’s salute, an open right hand. He will then have sent the guard into battle, while he himself reined in and stayed to the rear.
Domitian also needed an outstanding horse guard in 85 and 86, when he went to the Danube for the Dacian wars, and again in 89, 24 FROM CAESAR TO NERO when he returned to Mainz to deal with the revolt of Saturninus. But is anything known of such a guard? It so happens that the oldest known gravestone of an eques singularis Augusti was found in Mainz (Plate 1). Set up for Flavius Proclus from Philadelphia (Amman/Jordan), the striking relief shows an Arab horseman. Wielding a composite bow made of wood and bone, he pulls the bowstring with middle and index fingers in the ‘western release’.
Avidius Nigrinus, the governor. He gladly and deservedly fulfilled his vow. Epona (or the Eponae) and the Campestres were worshipped together by the horse guard in Rome, since they stood for care and skill in horsemanship. Calventius Viator thus may have seen service with the equites singulares Augusti, perhaps as a decurion, the rank from which one rose to legionary centurion. Skill in the exercises of the emperor’s horse guard was the best qualification for becoming training officer in a governor’s horse guard.