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Archaeological Remains of an iPad 

Addicott St. George, Wessex 

Year of Our Risen Lord 1468 (0003493 CE) 

The serpent's apple with a bite taken out of it, commonly found on a range of pre-Apocalypse relics, was once the defining symbol of arrogance and blasphemy. For a long period, possession of such criminal objects ran counter to the doctrine of the church and were punishable by harsh ecclesiastical court justice. 

'Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall yet touch it, lest ye die.' (Genesis 3:3)

IMoB 2109.7. 

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