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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 148

The king of that country hath an ox, which a man is always keeping, and he hath a vessel of gold, and all the dung and urine that the ox maketh, he carries off in that golden vessel to the prelate, and the prelate takes it with him to the king. The king puts his hand therein and rubs those holy things on himself as an ointment, and after him come the lords according to their degrees, and all the people, and they do likewise.