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Canon LXXXVI.

Those who to the destruction of their own souls procure and bring up harlots, if they be clerics, they are to be [cut off and] deposed, if laymen to be cut off.

Notes.

Ancient Epitome of Canon LXXXVI.

Whoever gathers together harlots to the ruin of souls, shall be cut off.

The brackets enclose the reading of Hervetus.  But Zonaras had this same text, and therefore it may be safely followed instead of that of Balsamon, as edited by Beveridge.

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