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Miracle data
Source name: Cornell Mariale
Short title: Clerk of Chartres
Poncelet Key: 339 - Deditus illecebris vitae factisque superbis In Carnotensi
Reference numbers: no.10
Rubric/Title in source: De monacho in cuius ore inventus est flos pulcerimus
Incipit: Quidam clericus fuit in civitate Carnotensi qui levis erat moribus
Summary: A cleric of Chartres devoted to the Virgin leads an evil life, is killed by his enemies, and buried without the cemetery. Virgin orders honorable burial and a beautiful flower is found growing from mouth and the tongue with which he praised the Virgin sound and whole. (251)