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Sibylline Oracles

Name given to certain collections of supposed prophecies, emanating from the sibyls or divinely inspired seeresses, which were widely circulated in antiquity.   From Volume XIII of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Sibylline Oracles: Name given to certain collections of supposed prophecies, emanating from the sibyls or divinely inspired seeresses, which were widely circulated in antiquity; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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