For Roman Soothsayers (haruspices) see:
For augurs see:
both articles from William Smith, _A dictionary of Greek and Roman
Antiquities_ 1875 ed.
>Vagu..e.....Sorry but I tend to put my first thoughts down.
>Anyway, I am interested in Roman period soothsayers, without going to
>Shakespeare. Really, it is references to them in the literature both primary
>and secondary. It is for the up and coming National Archaeology Weekend.
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