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Bøker Bok 110 av 17Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs to you.' She then leaves...
" Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs to you.' She then leaves the fire, and in the morning it is found that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used. "
The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such ... - Side 266
av Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher - 1907
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The historical works of Giraldus Cambrensis: containing the Topography of ...

Giraldus (Cambrensis.) - 1863 - 534 sider
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says, " Brigit, take charge of your own fire ; for this night belongs...that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used. CHAPTEE XXXVI. OF THE HEDGE BOUND THE HBE, WHICH NO MALE CAN EKTEK....
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Illustrious Irishwomen: Being Memoirs of Some of the Most Noted ..., Volum 2

E. Owens Blackburne - 1877 - 360 sider
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says : — ' Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs...that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used. " This fire is surrounded by a hedge made of stakes and brushwood,...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volum 9

Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain - 1884
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says, ' Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs...that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used." This sacred fire was kept burning continually for centuries, and was...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor, Volum 9

Alexander Mackenzie - 1884
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says, ' Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs...that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used." This sacred fire was kept burning continually for centuries, and was...
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Celtic Mythology and Religion

Alexander Macbain - 1885 - 109 sider
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says, ' Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs...that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has been used." This sacred fire was kept burning continually for centuries, and was...
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Monthly Packet

1886
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, says, " Bridget, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs to you." In the morning it is found that the fire has not gone out, and that the usual quantity of fuel has...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volum 66

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1896
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, having heaped wood upon the fire, said : ' Bridget, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs to you.' The nuns then left the fire, and in the morning it was found alight as usual. The fire was surrounded...
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Commentary on books IX-X: Boeotia, Phocis. Addenda

Pausanias - 1898
...evening before the twentieth night, the last nun, after heaping wood on the fire, used to say, " Bridget, take charge of your own fire ; for this night belongs to you." She then left the fire, and in the morning it was still burning and the usual quantity of fuel had been used....
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Lectures on the Early History of the Kingship

Sir James George Frazer - 1905 - 309 sider
...; and on the twentieth evening the last nun, having heaped wood on the fire, used to say, " Brigit, take charge of your own fire ; for this night belongs to you." She then went away, and next morning they always found the fire still burning and the usual quantity of fuel...
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Archaic England: An Essay in Deciphering Prehistory from Megalithic ...

Harold Bayley - 1920 - 894 sider
...having piled wood upon the fire, 1 Phenomena, p. xvii. " Stow, London, p. 221. 472 said : " Brigit, take charge of your own fire, for this night belongs to you ". The tale ends that ever on the twentieth morning the fire had been miraculously preserved.1 The...
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