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January 6th, 1854 single work   poetry   "This is the night the MAGI came"
Issue Details: First known date: 1864... 1864 January 6th, 1854
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Notes

  • Epigraph: Three Kings. [This is written in Hebrew and translated by the author in a note on page 116.]
  • Author's note: Magi from the regions of sunrise (Anatolia?) approached to Hierosolyma. And behold! the star, which they saw in the region of sunrise, preceded them, until having arrived it stayed over where the Infant was. And they having gone into the house, found the Infant by Mary His mother, and having prostrated themselves they did homage to Him, and having opened their treasures they presented to Him gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh. - Matthew, Chapter II. [The Author's note is in Greek. He provides this translation in a note on page 117.]

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