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Bel and the Dragon 13
When the priests went out, the king set out Bel’s food.
They were unconcerned, for beneath the table they had made a hidden entrance, through which they used to go in regularly and consume the provisions.
They were unconcerned, for beneath the table they had made a hidden entrance, through which they used to go in regularly and consume the provisions.
They were unconcerned, for beneath the table they had made a hidden entrance, through which they used to go in regularly and consume the provisions.
Soothly they trusted, for they had made a privy entering under the board (or And they were confident, for they had made a secret entrance under the table), and by it they entered ever (or repeatedly), and devoured those things. [Forsooth they despised, or set at nought, (or thought nothing of it), for they had made an hid entering (or a hidden entrance) under the board, and thereby they entered (for)evermore, and devoured those things.]
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