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Source name: Johannes Herolt
Short title: Robber Fasts and Cannot Die Unconfessed
Poncelet Number: 1762 - Vir quidam per omnia litteratus et pius dixit in suis partibus
Reference numbers: no.53
Rubric/Title in source: Quidam jejunat, nec potest mori fine confessione
Incipit: Vir quidam per omnia literatus, et pius, dixit, in suis partibus fuisse praedonem
Notes: Herolt No. 687 A certain man, learned in all knowledge and pious, said there was once a robber in his country who took delight in slaying men