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" Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination and destruction to them, and to which the blind people paid divine honour. "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 9
1891
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The works of Gildas and Nennius, tr. by J.A. Giles

Gildas (st.), Nennius (abbot of Bangor.) - 1841
...customary. Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills ; or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour. I shall also pass over the by-gone times of our cruel tyrants, whose notoriety was spread over to far...
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Six Old English chronicles; Ethelwerd's chronicle, Asser's Life of Alfred ...

Fabius Ethelwerdus - 1848
...customary. Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour. I shall also pass over the bygone times of our cruel tyrants, whose notoriety was spread over to far...
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Six Old English Chronicles

Nennius, Geoffrey (of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph), Ethelwerd, John Asser, Charles Bertram - Great Britain - 1848 - 512 pages
...customary. Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour. I shall also pass over the bygone times of our cruel tyrants, whose notoriety was spread over to far...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - Great Britain - 1872 - 512 pages
...customary. Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour. I shall also pass over the bygone times of our cruel tyrants, whose notoriety was spread over to far...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor, Volume 9

Alexander Mackenzie - 1884
...customary. Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour." Our knowledge of the local development of Celtic religion in Britain and Ireland cannot be obtained...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

Gildas - Great Britain - 1891 - 512 pages
...fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once wjre an abomination and destruction to them, and to which the blind people paid divine honour. I shall also pass over the bygone times of our cruel tyrants, whose notoriety was spread over to far...
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The Legendary Lore of the Holy Wells of England: Including Rivers, Lakes ...

Robert Charles Hope - England - 1893 - 222 pages
...cumulabatur." — Par. 4. " Nor will I call out the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which are now subservient to the use of men, but once...567, and by other laws, but such commands are seldom obeyed. So deeply rooted was this feeling of veneration for the Holy Wells, that efforts were made...
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Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to Montgomeryshire, Volume 27

Powys-land Club - Montgomeryshire (Wales) - 1893
...water. His words are: "Nor will I call out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which are now subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination and obstruction to them, and to which the blind people paid divine honour," The preceding species of idolatry...
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Stonehenge and Its Earth-works

Edgar Barclay - Antiquities - 1895 - 152 pages
...words : " I will not call upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...and to which the blind people paid divine honour." The country being again threatened with invasion from Picts and Scots, Gurthrigern (Vorltigern), that...
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The Mythology of the British Islands: An Introduction to Celtic Myth, Legend ...

Charles Squire - British Isles - 1905 - 446 pages
...History, Book XXX. I cry out upon the mountains, fountains, or hills, or upon the rivers, which now are subservient to the use of men, but once were an abomination...to them, and to which the blind people paid divine honour."1 And with the idols fell the priests. The very word "druid" became obsolete, and is scarcely...
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