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" ... supposed to have been born of the sea. Since she has ceased to care for them, the Virgin Mother has been substituted for her: as a mother and not as a virgin. A. You are joking. B. Some fell down upon the decks and worshipped the sea, pouring oil... "
Farrand's Course of Latin Studies, Or, Classical Selections: With Notes to ... - Page 57
by William Powell Farrand - 1810 - 315 pages
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A Literary Source-book of the German Renaissance

Merrick Whitcomb - Renaissance - 1899 - 130 pages
...pouring into the waves whatever oil was at hand, flattering it not otherwise than we used to flatter an angry prince. A. What did they say ? B. " O, most merciful sea! O, most noble sea! O, most wealthy sea ! Have pity, save us ! " Many things of this sort they sang to the deaf sea. A. Absurd...
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