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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 48

Of the Mount of Saint Catherine

From Babylon (men go) to the mount of Saint Catherine, and it is higher than Mount Sinai. And there Saint Catherine was buried, and neither church nor chapel, nor man's dwelling is there, but stones dragged to her. And though men say that on the same mountain the Commandments were given to Moses and Saint Catherine was buried, not so is the opinion of the folk of that country, for they have two mountains, one of which they call the mount of Saint Catherine, and the other the mount of Moses. Howbeit they (the mountains) are in the same country, but a space is between them.