Iranian patterns in French Kingship: Dieudonné (second name of Louis XIV) = Middle Persian Băḡdād, Personal Name Băγ-dād < Old Iranian *Băɣă–̊dātă- ‘Given by God’ (< Proto-Indo-European *Bʱăg-ŏ–̊dŏh₃-tŏ-) / Young Avestan băɣō.dātă- ‘Created by God’ < ‘Set by God’ (< Proto-Indo-European *Bʱăg-ŏ–̊dʱĕh₁-tŏ-); Cardinals as Magi: Gaspar < Armenian Gatʿaspar = Middle Persian Gundafarr < Old Persian U̯ĭndăfărnăh- < Proto-Indo-European *U̯ĭndĕ–̊su̯ĕlnĕs- ’Sun (Glory)-finder’. Sicel elements in Cardinal Mazarin’s family tradition: Mazzarino = Μακτώριον (Hdt. VII 53) < Proto-Indo-European *Mə̥̆ₐk̑-tŏ–̊h₍₁/₎₃rĭhₓ-(i̯)ŏ-m ‘energetic as to food‘ (÷ Welsh maeth, Vedic íryă-); Maf(f)ia (Pre-Norman anti-feudal defence) < *Măgfĭhă < *Măg[ŏ]fĭhă < Sicel *Măgŏ–̊fĭhā < indoeuropeo *M̥g̑-ŏ–̊dʱĭg̑ʱ-ă·hₐ ‘great protection” (of Neolithic origin). Celtic traditions in the Holy Roman Empire: «Aachener Reich», officìal name of the City-State of Aix-la -Chapelle, exhibits both a Celtic name of the Sun (Latin Ăquīs Grăn(n)ī ← Celtic ⁽*⁾Grănnŏ-s ‘Sun(-God)’) and the Germanic designation of the Roman Empire, *rīkĭi̯ă-n (> German Reich) < Celtic *rīgĭi̯ŏ-n ‘uīcŭs (< Proto-Indo-European *u̯ŏ́i̯k̑-ŏ-s)’ (as in «Aachener Reich») < Proto-Indo-European *h₃rē̯g̑-ĭi̯ŏ-m ‘territoy of a *h₃rēg̑-s (king)’; graal ‘cup’ < Celtic *grādālĭ-s < Proto-Indo-European *g̑ʱrōdʱ-ŏ–̊h₂lĭ-s ‘recipient and pourer”, Celtic *I̯ānŭ–̊ări̯ŏ-s ‘Sun-Lord’, cf. Latin rĕlĭgĭō < Proto-Indo-European *Rĕt⁽ʰ⁾-slŏ–̊gə̥̆ₐ-i̯ŏ-h₁/₃ōⁿ < ‘song to the Sun’ ← *Rĕt⁽ʰ⁾-slŏ- ‘Sun(-cart)’, Latin Ăurōră ‘Dawn’ < Proto-Indo-European *Hₐău̯sōs ÷ *Hₐău̯s(ĕ)s-tĕrăhₐ (> Easter, cf. Latin Ăustĕr ‘South Wind’), *Hₐău̯s(ĕ)s-tĕrŏ- ‘East’ (Cardinal point of the Dawn) > Old High German Ôstar → Ôstarrîchi ‘Eastern Empire’.

L’Empereur-Soleil

Guido Giovanni Borghi
2016

Abstract

Iranian patterns in French Kingship: Dieudonné (second name of Louis XIV) = Middle Persian Băḡdād, Personal Name Băγ-dād < Old Iranian *Băɣă–̊dātă- ‘Given by God’ (< Proto-Indo-European *Bʱăg-ŏ–̊dŏh₃-tŏ-) / Young Avestan băɣō.dātă- ‘Created by God’ < ‘Set by God’ (< Proto-Indo-European *Bʱăg-ŏ–̊dʱĕh₁-tŏ-); Cardinals as Magi: Gaspar < Armenian Gatʿaspar = Middle Persian Gundafarr < Old Persian U̯ĭndăfărnăh- < Proto-Indo-European *U̯ĭndĕ–̊su̯ĕlnĕs- ’Sun (Glory)-finder’. Sicel elements in Cardinal Mazarin’s family tradition: Mazzarino = Μακτώριον (Hdt. VII 53) < Proto-Indo-European *Mə̥̆ₐk̑-tŏ–̊h₍₁/₎₃rĭhₓ-(i̯)ŏ-m ‘energetic as to food‘ (÷ Welsh maeth, Vedic íryă-); Maf(f)ia (Pre-Norman anti-feudal defence) < *Măgfĭhă < *Măg[ŏ]fĭhă < Sicel *Măgŏ–̊fĭhā < indoeuropeo *M̥g̑-ŏ–̊dʱĭg̑ʱ-ă·hₐ ‘great protection” (of Neolithic origin). Celtic traditions in the Holy Roman Empire: «Aachener Reich», officìal name of the City-State of Aix-la -Chapelle, exhibits both a Celtic name of the Sun (Latin Ăquīs Grăn(n)ī ← Celtic ⁽*⁾Grănnŏ-s ‘Sun(-God)’) and the Germanic designation of the Roman Empire, *rīkĭi̯ă-n (> German Reich) < Celtic *rīgĭi̯ŏ-n ‘uīcŭs (< Proto-Indo-European *u̯ŏ́i̯k̑-ŏ-s)’ (as in «Aachener Reich») < Proto-Indo-European *h₃rē̯g̑-ĭi̯ŏ-m ‘territoy of a *h₃rēg̑-s (king)’; graal ‘cup’ < Celtic *grādālĭ-s < Proto-Indo-European *g̑ʱrōdʱ-ŏ–̊h₂lĭ-s ‘recipient and pourer”, Celtic *I̯ānŭ–̊ări̯ŏ-s ‘Sun-Lord’, cf. Latin rĕlĭgĭō < Proto-Indo-European *Rĕt⁽ʰ⁾-slŏ–̊gə̥̆ₐ-i̯ŏ-h₁/₃ōⁿ < ‘song to the Sun’ ← *Rĕt⁽ʰ⁾-slŏ- ‘Sun(-cart)’, Latin Ăurōră ‘Dawn’ < Proto-Indo-European *Hₐău̯sōs ÷ *Hₐău̯s(ĕ)s-tĕrăhₐ (> Easter, cf. Latin Ăustĕr ‘South Wind’), *Hₐău̯s(ĕ)s-tĕrŏ- ‘East’ (Cardinal point of the Dawn) > Old High German Ôstar → Ôstarrîchi ‘Eastern Empire’.
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