Handwritten Copy of the Page on the "Relics at the Church of St. Sabina, Exhibited on Solemn Festivals," [n.d.].

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The exact passage can be found in works such as: Wood, Thomas, -1826.  The origin, learning, religion, and customs of the ancient Britons : with an account of the introduction of Christianity into Briton, and the idolatry and conversion of the Saxons ; remarks on the errors and progress of popery ; considerations on the Christian church, its foundation, superstructure, and beauty, etc., etc.  London : W. Brown, 1846, p. 151. ; Nightingale, Joseph, 1775-1824.  The religions and religious ceremonies of all nations; accurately, impartially, and fully described; including Christians, Mohammedans, Jews, Brahmins, and pagans, of all sects and denominations. With numerous engravings. London, Sir R. Philips and Co., 1821, p. 35.

Format: Manuscript Transcribed
Language: English
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