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Canon LXXXIV.  (Greek lxxxvii.)

Of extirpating the remains of the idols.

Item, it seemed good to petition the most glorious Emperors that the remains of idolatry not only in images, but in any places whatever or groves or trees, should altogether be taken away.


Ancient Epitome of Canon LXXXIV.

Let all remains of idolatry be abolished whether in statues, or in places, or groves or trees.

This is Canon xviij. of Carthage, September, a.d. 401.


See Canon 58 (62.)

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