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LIV.—Of Fugitives.

The souls of those that are lost deservedly of themselves separate themselves.  Begotten of him, they again recur to those things which are his.  The root of Cain, the accursed seed, breaks forth and takes refuge in the servile nation under a barbarian king; and there the eternal flame will torment on the day decreed.  The fugitive will wander vaguely without discipline, loosed from law to go about through the defiles of the ways.  These, therefore, are such whom no penalty has restrained.  If they will not live, they ought to be seen by the idols.

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