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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 217

The greatest crime that is committed in that country is, in their opinion, if a man leave his urine near a house therein; and whosoever should (so) leave it would be killed by the people of the house, if they have strength to do so; and no one would enter the same house until it is hallowed and until ointment or consecrated frankincense is sprinkled along it.