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Caedmon

(600 - 670 / England)

Genesis BK IX


ll. 438-441) I will let him sit next me, whoever shall return to
hell proclaiming that they have set at naught, by word and deed,
the counsels of the King of heaven and been displeasing to the
Lord."

((LACUNA -- Section missing of indeterminate length.))

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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