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Miracle data
Source name: BL Mariale 1
Short title: The Pilgrim of St James
Poncelet Number: 1150 - Nec hoc silere debemus, quod b. memoriae Hugo abbas
Reference numbers: book2 no.8
Foliation in source: f. 120v
Incipit: Neque hoc debemus silere quod beatae
Summary: How Girardus, when about to start on a pilgrimage to Compostella, visited his mistress the night before; how he was met on the road by the Devil in the form of St. James; how he was persuaded to mutilate and to kill himself; and how he was restored to life by the judgment of the Virgin. Told on the authority of St. Hugh, Abbot of Cluny (1049-1109). (II, 606)