The Golden Age

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Language: English

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How could they have art?” Justice and warfare in eighth century Europe fits my modern-day definition of barbaric. The Lucchese writer Giovanni Sercambi, 1348-1424, wrote a collection of 155 short stories, one of which told a tale of monna Tessa. When the wife is dying, the husband goes out at great risk to bring back a priest to administer the last rites. During the darkest time in Britain’s history, Artos rallies all of its peoples together against an inevitable Saxon invasion.

Pages: 98

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 17, 2015)

ISBN: 1516930290

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