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“The fyrste care is to be beloued, by lytle and lytle foloweth after, not feare, but a certen liberall and gentle reuerence which is more of value then feare.”
“Christe our king, writeth that the Turkes, and Saracenes by an auncient opinion receiued from Machomet: do laughe Christian menne to skorne, that seke thether with so greate reuerence.”
“Thei hewe or choppe no maner of thing by the fire, leasse by any maner of meanes, thei might fortune to hurte the thing which alway they haue in reuerence, and iudge to be the clenser, and purifier of al thinges.”
“When they miete in the waye, they do reuerence to eche other, bowing their bodies, and letting fall their handes on their knees.”
“The Persians beare suche reuerence to their floudes, that thei neither wasshe, pysse, nor throwe deade carcase into them.”
“Thei obey not their superiours for any reuerence, but for feare.”
“And that honour giue thei also to the fire, for the reuerence thei beare there vnto.”
“Thei make theim selues litle pupettes of silke or of felte, or of thrumme, like unto menne: whiche thei sette vp vpon eche side of their Tentes, and do them muche reuerence, beseching them to take hede to their catteille.”
“But the menne beare alwaies towarde the women a manly discrete sobrenes, and the women, towarde them a demure womanlie reuerence.”
“But the inferiour mietyng with his bettre, enclineth his bodie foreward with lowe reuerence.”
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