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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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Thence men go to Lombé, where there is a city named Polomé from the hill of Polomé which is hard by it. At the foot of that hill is a well that hath a goodly odour and a sweet savour, and whoso tasteth it thrice cometh into youth, and it healeth every sickness that he hath, and every hour in the day this well changeth a different odour of spicery. And men say that it cometh out of the Earthly Paradise because of its many virtues, and they call that well the Fountain of Youth.