Disputatio:Musica samanica

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Do we have a Latin source for "samanismus", "samanicus", "samanisticus", "samani"? The best Latin term I could find (a while back) for the practitioners was "samanaei", and I couldn't find any adjectives or derived nouns, hence the category name "Doctrina samanaeorum". But early modern Latin on line is ever multiplying, so I can well believe that sources now exist. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 13:49, 27 Februarii 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]

And also late modern Latin! I see now that footnote 5 at Samanismus helps a lot. Samanismus is maybe a neologism based on the modern Greek? If so, that's legitimate, I'd say, judging by the other Latin terms already cited in that footnote. It would then follow that "Categoria:Doctrina samanaeorum" could be moved to "Samanismus". Any views? Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 14:01, 27 Februarii 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
A thorny issue! It's helpful to have a word for the concept, though one wonders whether Cicero might have made do with any of several available terms (magus? medicus? sacerdos? vates?), with or without a qualifying adjective. We might use medium, except that the article itself draws a contrast between shamans and mediums. The assumption that Cicero would have heard a foreign [ʃ] as equivalent to the native [s] has already given us some neologisms, like Sicagum for Chicago, so there's that. ¶ Do we have any way of searching the archives of the Latin broadcasts from Radio Bremen & Finland? It's not inconceivable that they've mentioned a concept like shamanism by now. IacobusAmor (disputatio) 14:21, 27 Februarii 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Like you, I wondered about "vates". Horace was a "vates" all right, and in Odes 2.19-20 he is doing several of the things shamans do, but he differs from them in other ways! Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 15:42, 27 Februarii 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]