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Canadensis: A Survey of Trade Council Value Ceramics

Materia that Cyril of Jerusalem’s [​313-386 AD] ​rule in both

Jerusalem and ​afriqiyah zones were suggestive of ​plano format control
as ​‘relatio’ to caste-driven social rule with an “array” result. Both
the Capitoline temple at Timgad and byzantine arches in Djemila
suggest that these ancient Roman-Berber regions were receptive to his
restructuring missions.

One of the earliest documents of the early Christian church came

via Pope Clement I as a ‘didache’ epistle presented as ‘episteme’ and
‘techne’ to Corinth [ca. 80 AD] read in church to document presbyter
rule upon apostolic appointment after disquiet within ranks.

A second epistle, in the format of a sermon, often attributed to

Clement I was written by anon as formatted techne in 95 AD--heavily
influenced by a reading of Isaiah, an insertion of the gospel of
Peter’s recount of Jesus word and disputing the rule of Peter and
Apion, centering the dispute upon exigency and legate harm.

Both the gospel of Peter--a document that had since gone

missing--and the gospel of Judas both documents which had been
interrogated through the lens of rabbinic law for canonicity, to
adjure each document as it was then valued for customary law within
the ranks of Christian followers as Jesus’ offering to his peoples.

The gospel account of Judas [Clement II or anon, ca. 90 AD], from

folio 33 of Tchacos is begun with a transliteration, “Fua or - fts
f--II H ‘N TN IO Phi​, meaning deputy such “--fates” f--” herein held I
on plane referring to the deputizing of carthafates or canafates
“ferenc” or fer, meaning iron and enc meaning rule.

Henceforth, upon the via cassia from Florence to Roma, a

fortification named Ferentium had been built and utilized near an
ancient site named Etruria, which was then popularized by Vespasian [9
AD-70 AD] as a stronghold for the devising arts or techne. A program
of dismissal was undertaken in order to overtake the vestiges of rule
in the outer limits of Rome’s legion placement, and the undertaking
left issues of major tribal dismissals and displacements to courtiers
trained through Claudius’ [41 AD-54 AD] and Nero’s court systems [54
AD-68 AD].

Throughout Vespasian expansion, Judea was subjugated, and the

conquering of Britain from 43 AD continued unabated. During Flavian
rule, a three pronged attack was undertaken against Jerusalem under
Titus, Syria under Mucianus and Pannonia under Primus.

Against this backdrop of serious moral inquest and alteration,

social scripts inherited via the media of Nero’s court, typical of
scenes where greco-roman ‘fascia’ rule was in use in court settings,
exhibited the art of event-staging theatre excess or ​Qualis Artifex
Pereo​, accessed through the gamut of female members of his tribal
alliances and consorts which purportedly had begun with Acte, Nero’s
first court-appointed mistress.

Nero’s social contests had been arranged initially through the

male militia mentorship of Burrus [d. 62] and Seneca the Stoic [d. 65]
upon Galba [d. 69], Vindex [68 AD], Boudica [61 AD], Christos [ca. 64
AD] chronicled through the efforts of both contemporaries and
subsequent antiquarians Josephus [37-100 AD], Tacitus [56-120 AD],
Suetonius [69-122 AD], Cassius Dio [155-235 AD].

This had come to mean the trying on of identity in order to

obfuscate and rule, derived from female relatives Agrippina, Drusilla,
Julia Livilla to consorts Acte [55 AD], Claudia Octavia [39 AD-- 62
AD], Locusta [fl. 54 AD-68 AD], Photina [d. 64-66 AD], Poppaea Sabina
[30 AD-65 AD], Statilia Messalina [35 AD-68 AD] and younger male
associates Sporus [fl. 67 AD], Phytagoras [fl. 68], Phroditos,
Neophytus and Phaon.

After the fire of Roman, Nero left Romans with a public work
edifice ​Domus Aurea [est. 64 AD] which had instituted a setting for
moral taste in the empire. Thus, through Carthage, a reenactment of
Roma’s ‘​Fury​’ Theatre had absolved those who had gone missing from the
Great fire of Rome in 64 AD which had spread throughout Afriqqa where
zones of rule were governed by a proto-salic law “Ma lto thi af ri oli
to” meaning ​my line thine from king oil towards as an act of freight,
useful as a claim against which extended relatives rule had become
increasingly jeopardized.

Photina, along with her stepchildren, had come to represent Roman

tinged rule due to her association with Nero’s daughter, noted Domnina
[fl. 64 AD], not just in Carthage but also in Sousse, a port city in
Gulf of hammamet and Thuburbo Majus, a bezant-roman site in Tunisia
where a privileged set which had become associated with Sedatus, 256
AD Carthage council, Faustus, Arles council, 314 AD, Cyprianus 411
Carthage council, Rufinus 411 Carthage council and Benenatus 484,
captive of Vandal king, Huneric had justified their practice for a
number of generations.
The Vandal king, Huneric who was son of Genseric and was married
to Eudocia, daughter of Emperor Valentinian [419–455] and Licinia
Eudoxia, son of Hilderic.


Celestine -- ​caelestis, caelum; frontenac, madoc

Plutarch [46 AD - 120 AD] -- ​Moralia

Canaanite​ -- ​Amorite, Ugaritic, Aramaic

Amorite = i bu su si sat; sium uum ihu

Ugaritic = annu atta ank; huwa hiya huma
Aramaic = ena att hu; enachnaa attuun hnuun

Oenology Cult [Onondaga]

Wine jars = ​italic, impruneta clay, etruscan

Kana = ​assyrian, joshua
Dionysus = ​grape harvest
Cana =​ galilee, miracle, gospel of john
Canaanite​ = chanani, punics, levant
Densis = ​crowded, frequency
Censis = ​cost
Ele mosinae = ​ele, he; mo-sinae, your silk road

Ceramic types

Archaeological Wares = ​shaping, scraping imprints, moulding, glazing,


Canadensis ceramic sites = Manitoba Borden Designations; Hokanson site

[DiLv-29], Tailrace Bay Site [FgLt-1], Laurel Sites [GjLm, n, o, p, q,
r, s, t, w, x, y, z]; NW Ontario Whitefish Lake, Thunder bay
MacGillivray Site [DbJm-3], Wabinosh R Laurel site, Long Sault, Hungry
Hall, Mound Island Pelican Falls, Heron Bay, Michipicoten Harbour, NW
Ontario Borden Designations, N Caribou Lake, Severn River Drain; Job
Site [FeJp-3], Hurried Hare Site [FeJp-7], Running Rabbit Site
[FeJp-6], Base Camp Island; Auguston Site [FfJq-l], The Halfaday Site
[FfJq-2], Patricia Site [FfJq-3], Ina Site [FfJq-4], N Central
Mainland; McCauley Site [FeJp-l], Atikup Point [FeJq-9], Noble Bay
Site [FeJp-5], Atiq Site [FeJq-9].