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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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There are many countries there that are obedient to the Greek emperor, such as Turcuple, Prinsinard, Comange, Thrace, Macedonia, over which Alexander was king before he set himself to conquer the world. And in a city in that country named Stagira, Aristotle, the philosopher, was born and buried. And there is an altar upon his tomb therein, at which the people of that country hold a feast every year, as if he were a saint, and 'tis there that they discuss every hard question and every difficult counsel that they have, and they are of opinion that through the help of God and of his (Aristotle's) wisdom the best counsel befalls them.