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Dessous de chaine Guien du Ciel frappé,
Non loing de là, caché le thresor,
Qui par long siecles auoit esté grappé,
Trouué mourra, l'œil creué de ressort.
Beneath the chain of Guyenne (Guienne) struck from the sky,
Not far from there is the treasure hidden:
That for many centuries had been gathered,
The finder will die, his eye burst by the spring of the lock.
Nostradamus Century 1 Verse 27 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.
|or Guyenne- [guien, Gien?] old French province, roughly Aquitaine||Appears in Verses: Century 1 Verse 27, Century 2 Verse 14, Century 3 Verse 8, Century 7 Verse 31, Century 9 Verse 6, Century 9 Verse 85, Century 12 Verse 24|