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There is even a hint of the playful abuse of scripture that is so recurrent a practice among the Latin texts in the manuscript in the Middle English poem's suggestion that the one man who escaped Pers's murderous feast was (in an ironically fortunate sense) an outcast, as if 'of Caym is kinne'.
1086 Quen caym had don pat dreri dide, Til his fader hamward he 3eide.
(10) In the Towneley Mactacio Abel, 226, Abel thus appropriately scolds his brother: "Caym, thou tendys wrang, and of the warst." See Exodus 22.29: "Thou shalt not delay to pay thy tithes and firstfruits: thou shalt give the firstborn of thy sons to me"--a text which, incidentally, would seem to include the sacrifice of children.