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Clavados was the scene, in 1912, of the last battle to liberate Lesbos from its 450-year domination by the Turks.
He affirms, with the most perfect confidence, that in the night which preceded the last battle against Maxentius, Constantine was admonished in a dream * to inscribe the shields of his soldiers with the celestial sign of God, the sacred monogram of the name of Christ; that he executed the commands of Heaven, and that his valor and obedience were rewarded by the decisive victory of the Milvian Bridge.
Sentinels had been on earth twenty-six thousand years, since the last battle against the darkness, and because they fell victim to the temptations of the planet, namely lying with human females and siring children, they were now banished from ever returning home.
Note: Ammianus and Zosimus place the last battle at Nacolia in
Cortes and his soldiers, poor Maximilian and Charlotta, where Mexican cadets laid down their lives in defense of their country, where the last battle was fought with the
Come down, traitor knight, said he, and make it good the contrary with thy hands, for it mishapped me the last battle to be hurt of thy hands; therefore wit thou well I am come this day to make amends, for I ween this day to lay thee as low as thou laidest me.