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"The king has forbidden us (to receive you); his letter came last night, with harsh conditions and heavy seals. We could not possibly dare to open the door or ask you to come in. If we did, we should lose our money and our houses and even the sight of our eyes." First Cantar, Section 4, pg. 25 .

"Turning his horse's head towards the church of Santa María, he raised his right hand and made the sign of the cross on his forehead, saying: 'I thank Thee, O God, Ruler of Heaven and Earth! May the power of the blessed Virgin protect me. Now I must leave Castile, for I have incurred the king's wrath.'" First Cantar, Section 12, pg. 32.

"The news spread through the countryside that the Cid, having left the land of the Christians to come among the Moors, had established his camp there, and they did...

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