In a transparent palace Moneta was sitting, crowned with pearls, the child sleeping on her bosom.
Now he cared for nothing but to gaze into the waters at Moneta and her child.
In the morning the men of the tribe went to the mountain top in search of Moneta and her sons.
At the temple of Moneta, the shafts of two spears had taken fire and burned.
To praise the Cristo della Moneta anew after it has been so incomparably well praised seems almost an impertinence.
A soldier had hold of him, and Moneta shouted, "Stand back, or I cut off your ears."
Then,” said the kelpie “go home, and to-morrow you shall see Moneta and her child.
The latter throws cowries (shells of Cyprœa Moneta) for divination, and mentions some neighbour as the owner of the devil thief.
No,” sighed Moneta, thinking of the kind words her husband had sometimes spoken to her: “I cannot go yet.
In western Africa the money cowry (Cypraea Moneta) has been and is now used as a medium of exchange in place of gold.