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Preferred contact method Email Text message. When they had crossed over the sea and landed, they came at once to close conflict with their cruel enemies, and slew great numbers of them.

All of them were driven beyond the 33 borders, and the humiliated natives rescued from the bloody slavery which awaited them. No sooner were they gone, than the Picts and Scots, like worms which in the heat of midday come forth from their holes, hastily land again from their canoes, in which they had been carried beyond the Cichican valley, differing one from another in manners, but inspired with the same avidity for blood. So that all the columns were leveled with the ground by the frequent strokes of the battering-ram, all the husbandmen routed, together with their bishops, priests, and people, whilst the sword gleamed, and the flames crackled around them on every side.


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Lamentable to behold, in the midst of the streets lay the tops of lofty towers tumbled to the ground, stones of high walls, holy altars, remains of human bodies.