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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 145

From this island, men go to the island of Canaa, and there is plenty of wine and corn in that island. And there is a great variety of belief therein, some of the folk worshipping the sun and others the fire; some worship poisonous serpents, others trees, and others the first thing that meets them in the morning; some of them worship images and others idols; and there are none of these things to which they give honour, which do not draw to God, wherefore they give it.