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What does ECCLUS stand for?

ECCLUS stands for Ecclesiasticus

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The critic who first revealed the existence of Felix Spencer believed the final lines of Hopkins' poem owed something to a passage in Ecclesiasticus on craftsmanship: "So doth the smith sitting by the anvil and considering the iron work.
Add to them 30:1-13 in Ecclesiasticus, one of the Jewish Testament books accepted as canonical by Roman Catholics (see JB, or better, Harwood's Biblical Apocrypha: Books Excluded From the King James Version).
21) The epigraph to "May Lines," "Ab initio et ante saecula creata sum et usqe ad futurum saeculum non desinam [From the beginning, and before the world, was I created and unto the world to come I shall not cease to be]" comes from Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) 24.
The "Wisdom Writings" of the Hebrew Bible enshrined in the Vulgate Old Testament--principally Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Ecclesiasticus, Wisdom, and the Song of Songs--combine the dispensation of worldly wisdom in the form of proverbs and meditations with the telling of an allegorical love story between "Solomon," to whom these texts are traditionally ascribed, and the personified figure of Sophia or Sapientia.