There's some extremely strange fragment of the text quoting Sabellicus, I couldn't decipher the exact meaning of it. Judith mulier vidua, cum ad recens connubium impelletur, cilicium ornatum praetulit, objecitque; libidini jejunium, vigilias somno, & otio laborem, inquit Sabellicus. Judith, widowed girl, who's just been forced to marry, dressed herself in a hair-shirt, showed herself (praetulit?) and dashed forward (objecitque?); keeping from passion (libidini jejunium?), in her dream she was awake & otio laborem (what in the world?), says Sabellicus. I'd be very grateful if you could clear this fragment out!