Dream-Book of Wise Philosophers

p.

#

protasis

547

1

"having a gold or silver body"

 

2

handling any type of silver vessel

 

3

drinking wormwood

 

4

constructing statues

 

5

lambs & kids

 

6

ascending a high place on a horse

 

7

being beheaded

 

8

leaping from a ship onto dry land

 

9

gazing from a height

 

10

lightning

 

11

being barefoot

548

12

handling wheat-meal

 

13

brother or sister hath died

 

14

someone is separating roosters which are fighting

 

15

being sick

 

16

being deaf and dumb

 

17

being swept away by a river

 

18

stars

 

19

wearing armor

 

20

blood is flowing out of thy mouth

 

21

seeing or holding thistles which have just sprouted anew

 

22

approaching a bear which is carrying money

 

23

grape-vine which is growing

 

24

being carried by someone

 

25

being seated upon oxen which are ploughing

 

26

running cattle

 

27

grazing cattle

549

28

thin cattle

 

29

cows which are fighting

 

30

eating beef

 

31

eating butter

 

32

bathing in a bath-house

 

33

gathering or eating acorns

 

34

receiving and holding a palm-leaf

 

35

hearing thunder in the sky

 

36

dice fell out of thy hands

 

37

walking upon roof-tiles

 

38

having a filthy beard

 

39

having sex with an old woman

550

40

one’s beard fell off or was shaven off

 

41

white beard

 

42

eating sweets

 

43

one’s own birthday-feast

 

44

drinking milk

 

45

gold or silver letters

 

46

having sex with a Christian woman

 

47

having letters on one’s body

 

48

laughing

 

49

giving a wedding-feast

 

50

walking about barefoot

 

51

being hit on the jaw

 

52

having more than five fingers

 

53

wearing a silver ring; wearing an iron ring

 

54

having a diadem

 

55

fruit-bearing trees;

551

 

barren trees

 

56

tree which have been cut down

 

57

trees which have been rooted out

 

58

one’s self is unable to run

 

59

running

 

60

seeing a serpent and being chased by it

 

61

having 2 heads

 

62

dolphin

 

63

daimones

 

64

sending gifts off

 

65

making a will

 

66

serpent hath entered one’s house

 

67

handling fish-nets

 

68

2 suns

 

69

ill-odor

 

70

receiving gifts

 

71

wearing armor

552

72

seeing or chasing deer

 

73

eating venison

 

74

being seated upon an elephant

 

75

seeing or being chased by elephant

 

76

taking off one’s clothes

 

77

reading a letter

 

78

seeing a conflagration

 

79

praying

 

80

receiving one’s freedom

 

81

pouring olive-oil over one’s self

 

82

drinking olive-oil

 

83

eating olives

 

84

reptiles are harshly approaching

 

85

taking off one’s clothes [= 76]

 

86

wearing a wreath of leaves

 

87

losing a belt

553

88

wearing a belt

 

89

destroying a living creature

 

90

collecting or driving in nails

 

91

sunlight

 

92

blood-red sun

 

93

2 suns [= 68]

 

94

sun above horizon

 

95

sun & moon together

 

96

sun rising from the east

 

97

sun under clouds

 

98

sun & moon running hither & yon

 

99

sun hath fallen from the sky

 

100

beasts were talking like humans

554

101

wild beasts fighting each other

 

102

subduing & humbling a beast

 

103

will animals which are running

 

104

harvest is out of season

 

105

seeing, worshipping, or petitioning God

 

106

God that exited from one’s house

 

107

one’s self kissed God

 

108

God is in a spacious place

 

109

detaching the door from one’s house

 

110

a shattered staff

 

111

one’s self hath died

 

112

bright clothes

 

113

becoming stronger

 

114

horseman

 

115

being seated upon a white horse

555

 

being seated upon an Arabian steed

   

being seated upon a chestnut-brown horse

 

116

falling off a horse

 

117

being with Is^maelites

 

118

fishes

 

119

eating fish

&c. cap. xiii continuing to # 440 (p. 578)

Steven Michael Oberhelman : The Oneirocritic Literature of the Late Roman and Byzantine Eras of Greece. PhD diss, U of MN, 1981. pp. 547-578 = cap. xiii.