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Et intellecto quod multi de novo motu pietatis et misericordi[a]e inceperunt se congregari pro dicto offitio et exercitio et ad sotterrandum mortuos amore dei et absque aliquo premio, quod est multum laudabile, et ad hoc ut duret, fecerunt plura capitula, quorum tenor qui sequitur talis est.
42 (Vulgate), says: et tertio die imperasti aquis congregari in septima parte terrae, sex vero partes siccasti et conservasti, ut ex his sint coram te ministrantia seminata adeo et culta (Upon the third day thou didst command that the waters should be gathered in the seventh part of the earth: six parts hast thou dried up, and kept them, to the intent that of these some being planted of God and tilled might serve thee).
WILLIS, Leipzig, Teubner, 1983): Placet enim mihi y in uocalium numerum congregari, neque sine hoc Hyacinthus aut Cyllenius poterit annotari, sic igitur erit, ut senae fiant uocales, semiuocales et mutae (et 3, 233: Nam uocales, quas Graeci septem, Romulus ser.