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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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Thence men go by land to Jerusalem, and by sea for a day and a night as far as the haven which is called Sur, and thence one comes into Syria. The Christians had, once upon a time, a beautiful city there; but the Saracens destroyed it; and they keep a great garrison at that haven for dread that the Christians should overcome them. And it is in that country that the woman said to Christ: ‘Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and blessed are the paps that thou drankest from.’ In that country Elijah, the prophet, brought back the widow's son to life, and the Lord forgave the woman of Canaan her sins, and preached on the flag-stone whereon today is a noble church of Saint Saviour.