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Culdee monks charged a yearly tuition and boarding fee of one calf, several hogs, three sacks of malt and a sack of wheat. If a student could recite his lessons well, the monks earned an additional payment of one milk-cow.
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Gruoch, “Lady Macbeth” in Shakespeare, proved to be a formidable person in her own right, having her name alongside those of Boite and Macbethad in the records of an endowment for the Culdee (an ascetic Irish order) monastery at Loch Leven (it was then ...

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