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The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
The Room of the Conjurers
 
 
  “I saw another trio on the dais. Three bedgowns girt about them. Four-cornered shields in their hands, with bosses of gold upon them. Apples of silver they had, and small inlaid spears.”  1
  “I know them,” says Fer rogain. “Cless and Clissíne and Clessamun, the king’s three conjurers. Three of the same age are they: three brothers, three sons of Naffer Rochless. A man will perish by each of them.”  2
 

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