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Of the Strange Case of Juan de Lepe, subsequently a resident of this city of Santo Domingo, on the island of Hispaniola; of how he was lost in Tierra Firme where a shipwreck left him among the wild Carib bowmen; and how miraculously God and his own courage rescued him from among them.

Of the Shipwreck and Marvelous event that befell a reverend canon of the holy cathedral of this our city of Santo Domingo on the island of Hispaniola and to others who experienced this crisis, from which they escaped by God's mercy in the manner that will be related here.

In Which is related the marvelous case of a Portuguese ship that with thirty seamen left the port of this city of Santo Domingo to return to Portugal and, caught in a storm, was blown to the island of Bermuda, Where the ship was wrecked and the people escaped by God's mercy.

Madame Satã. Written and directed by Karim Aïnouz; produced by Walter Salles. Brazil/France. 2002; color; 97 minutes. Distributed by Mars Films, Cidade De Deus [City of God]. Directed by Fernando Meirelles; co-directed by Kátia Lund; produced Walter Salles; screenplay by Bráulio Mantovani. Brazil. 2002; color; 132 minutes. Distributed by Miramax Films and Önibus 174 [Bus 174]. Written and directed by José Padilha; Produced by José Padilha and Marcos Prado. Brazil. 2002; color; 130 minutes. Distributed by Rio Film Company

 

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A reaction to pagan criticisms following Alaric’s sack of Rome in 410, St Augustine of Hippo’s ‘great and arduous work’, written 413–27, uses extensive classical learning to argue against both paganism and Christian triumphalism.

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