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" Jesus' crozier upon it and did not reach [it], but it bowed westwards to turn on its right side, for its face was from the south, to wit, to Tara. And the trace of the crozier abides on its left side still, and yet the crozier moved not from Patrick's... "
Revue celtique - Page 256
1872
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The Hibbert Lectures

Religion - 1888
...over the water to Mag Slecht, a place wherein was the chief idol of Ireland, to wit, Cenn Cruaich, covered with gold and silver, and twelve other idols...twelve other images as far as their heads, and they are 1 On the difficulties of identifying this name with the modern Welsh Andras, pronounced Andros in Arvon...
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Departed Gods: The Gods of Our Forefathers

Jason Nelson Fradenburgh - Europe - 1891 - 462 pages
...idol, he raised his hand to put Jesus's crozier upon it, and did not reach it ; but it bowed westward to turn on its right side, for its face was from the South; to-wit, to Tara. And the trace of the crozier abides on its left side still, and yet the crozier moved...
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The Fairy-faith in Celtic Countries

Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz - Celts - 1911 - 524 pages
...brass '. When Patrick tried to place his crosier on the top of Cenn Cruaich, the idol ' bowed westward to turn on its right side, for its face was from the South, to wit, Tara. . . . And the earth swallowed the twelve other images as far as their heads, and they are thus...
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