Coscinomancy in Grecian superstition, was fortune-telling by means of a sieve. When, for example,. a thief was to be detected, the sieve was suspended by a thread in the air, and a number of suspected persons named, the gods being invoked in the meantime. At. whosesoever name the sieve moved, he was held to be. the thief. SEE DIVINATION.

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