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Page 137 - They were written across a sentence which enjoined feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, and clothing the naked; with loving-kindness, alike to the great and the humble. A niche by the side of the bed-head was closed with a curtain of purple stuff. In each corner of the room stood a statue; three of them symbolized the triad of Thebes-Anion, Muth, and Chunsu — and the fourth the dead father of the pioneer.