A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

Chapter 3, "The Wars of Religion," begins with a statement from Jurist Bartholome Chassenee (1480-?). Chassenee has taken on the vase of the woodworm, et al, for their part in the sailing of Noah's Ark and the incidents that took place on board. There is mention of the first President of the Parlement de Provence.

The testimony included in the chapter is only a partial testimony. It was translated from French, with the verdict translated from Latin. There is no viable explanation for the change in language part way through the court records.

Also included is a petition from the people of Mamirolle who object to the presence of rabbits as well as the presence of the woodworms. The rabbits seemed to be easily dealt with but the woodworms, which were responsible for eating the Bishop's wooden leg, were thought to be...

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