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At first the great fruit of the Prince of Pesquiere,
But then he will become rich and cruelly spiteful,
Who within Venice will lose his proud glory,
And put to evil by the even younger Celin.
Nostradamus Century 8 Verse 31 includes references to the following locations. You can access other verses where Nostradamus mentions the same locations which is interesting for analysing and comparing the phophecy content to location and events.
|See Verses||Appears in Verses: Century 6 Verse 75, Century 8 Verse 9, Century 8 Verse 11, Century 8 Verse 31, Century 8 Verse 33, Century 8 Verse 93, Century 9 Verse 28, Century 9 Verse 42, Century 10 Verse 64|