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Following the initial email, you will be contacted by the shop to confirm that your item is available for collection. Monday, 25 April Vampires of Venice. Borrini finds Philip Rohr 's De masticatione mortuorum , and I can not help being amused by how dramatically they present the book, even claiming that it contains 'an ancient ritual' with 'instructions for killing an undead corpse'. They then cut to Borrini, who without further ado identifies the masticating dead with vampires. In the book accompanying the documentary, Vampire Forensics: Uncovering the Origins of an Enduring Legend , Mark Collins Jenkins includes a few references to the contents of Rohr's book p.
Vampire Forensics: Uncovering The Origins Of An Enduring Legend
It is interesting that he uses the word glocitarunt to describe the sound of the dead, as this signifies the natural sounds made by hen glocio or 'glocito' , to cluck or cackle. Other authors have tended to describe the sound as similar to that of pigs. Anyway, the documentary is, of course, about the archaeological find of a skeleton with a stone in its mouth, which lead Borrini and others to speculate that it might be archaeological evidence of beliefs in vampires in Venice.
One should note, that it says here that the mouth is closed, after the stone and coin have been placed in the mouth, so one must assume that the stone is just a small one and not a brick like the one found in Venice! And by the way, Jenkins obviously quotes from the translation by Montague Summers in The Vampire in Europe , as he says that the stone and coin is placed 'in the cold mouth' , the coldness of the mouth being an embellishment added by Summers.
In any case, as Jenkins writes: 'When Matteo Borrini read that, he understood why the brick had been thrust into the mouth of ID6: This person was suspected of being a vampire.