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Oxford: Clarendon, 1933). 27 Wright provides an image of what he calls “fashionable citizens of Chartres enjoying the pleasures of the maze, from an engraving of 1696,” in The Maze and the Warrior, 214, though he comments on an eighteenth-century reference to the maze at Sens taking two thousand steps (presumably on one’s knees) to accomplish (47). In his article of 1912, “Ceremonial Game Playing,” 99 n. 2 (n. 6 above), Mead comments that pilgrims to Chartres were still practicing the devotion of the rosary when moving through the labyrinth.
Per totam noctem cantabantur hic nefaria, et cantantibus saltabatur. ” 44 Augustine, Sermo 305A, Sancti Augustini sermones post Maurinos reperti, ed. G. Morin, in Miscellanea Agostiniana, vol. 1 (Rome, 1930), 58: “Qui erant, et quorum ﬁlii erant, quorum saltatione recenti et prope hesterna memoria de loco sancti martyris Cypriani prohibitae sunt? Certe saltabant ibi, et gaudebant ibi; et sollemnitatem ipsam, quasi gauderent, magnis uotis expectabant, et ad eum diem semper uenire cupiebant. Inter quos numerandi sunt?
Cf. Augustine, Contra Iulianum 5, PL 44: 800–801, alluding to Julian of Eclanum, Libri iv ad Turbantium 3, ed. L. De Coninck, CCSL 88 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1977), 377. 43 Sermo 311, PL 38: 1415: “Numquidnam in hoc loco, etsi Psalmus cantandus est, ab aliquo saltandum est? Aliquando ante annos non valde multos etiam istum locum invaserat petulantia saltatorum. Istum tam sanctum locum, ubi jacet tam sancti Martyris corpus, sicut meminerunt multi qui habent aetatem; locum, inquam, tam sanctum invaserat pestilentia et petulantia saltatorum.
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