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Opposite, the women appeal to her in a line from the Sancta Maria prayer: "0 Mary, intercede for your female devotees. These heartfelt invocations to the Virgin stand in telling contrast to the mottoes above those excluded from the shelter of her mantle. As they are struck down by the plague, the dead and dying men confess their sin: "Justly we suffer these things, because we did not love you. The stricken women similarly acknowledge " " M A N I P U L A T I N G T H E SACRED 515 their fatal error: "Alas for us, because we did not have faith in you.
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