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“Spear and headaxe of Aponitolau kill the giant and all the people of his town and cut off their heads.”
“Rides on his headaxe past the sleeping crocodiles which guard the maiden.”
“Again they go out boldly, armed with shield, spear, and headaxe; they strike their shields as they go and announce their presence to the enemy (p. 103).”
“Aponitolau dons his best garments, takes his headaxe and spear, and goes to fight.”
“During the fight he becomes thirsty and his headaxe supplies him with water.”
“He throws his spear and it goes through giant, while his headaxe cuts off five of adversary's heads.”
“An evil spirit comes to the door, but is driven away by the wife w with a headaxe.”
“While doing it for himself he is cut on his headaxe.”
“Algaba seizes his spear and headaxe intending to kill the visitors, but weapons shed tears of oil.”
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