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|CSM Number : 217|
|Short name:||The Sinful Count who could not Enter a Church||Alternative:||Pilgrim Count prevented from entering Church unconfessed|
|Incipit:||Non dev’ a entrar null’ ome/ na eigreja da Sennor|
|Refrain:||Non dev’ a entrar null’ ome/ na eigreja da Sennor/ se ante de seus pecados/ mortaes quito non for.|
|Summary of narrative|
A French count tried to enter the Church of the Virgin of Vilasirga.
His knights entered the building, but the count could not because he had not confessed all of his sins.
People tried to push him into the church, but blood flowed from his mouth and nose.
The count repented and made his confession.
The count entered the church.
The people, witnessing the miracle, rejoiced.
|Stanza:||15 15 15 15||Refrain:||15 15|
|No. of Stanzas:||7|
|Rhyme scheme:||AA | bbba||Zejel:||Yes|
|blood, confession (see also repentance), count , knight, pilgrimage, repentance (see also confession)|
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