History Main / Humansacrifice

25th May '15 8:34:02 AM LordGro
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Conversation In The Main Page, claim seems dubious. Please see discussion page.
19th May '15 7:41:13 PM Materioptikon
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17th May '15 8:30:37 AM LordGro
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17th May '15 7:22:19 AM LordGro
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17th May '15 7:13:28 AM LordGro
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Crosswicking
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17th May '15 7:10:23 AM LordGro
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"The most likely explanation" is that it's all complete and utter fabrication. And the Legend of St. Margaret does not say that she was sacrificed to the dragon (much less in a circus), but that the Devil appeared to her in the shape of a dragon while she was in prison. No Human Sacrifice.
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15th May '15 5:26:14 PM shiro_okami
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See discussion page.
14th May '15 4:53:51 AM LordGro
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Most Bible translations imply she was sacrificed. That this is not the intended meaning is a hypothesis held by a minority. Made a post on the discussion page.
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11th May '15 3:51:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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10th May '15 10:56:40 AM LordGro
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The townspeople fed some of their own to the dragon to appease it. That is not really a Human Sacrifice, as in ceremonially killing someone to please a deity. The townsfolk did not worship the dragon.
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