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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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And they often speak of Mary the Virgin, and how she became pregnant from Gabriel's whisper, and how she was chosen beyond the women of the world, and brought forth a Son without corruption of her virginity. And He spake immediately after His birth, and Mary had great awe when the angel spake to her, and thus the Koran tells this tale. And it says that there was a man named Tacina, and that by enchantment he used to assume the form of an angel, and thus corrupted many maidens: wherefore Mary dreaded Gabriel, from commerce with whom the Son of God came into her womb without the action of a man or without polluting her virginity.