By Maureen Ash
New within the ?terrific?( NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING writer JAYNE ANN KRENTZ) Templar Knight secret series.
while a cake kills a squire, the citadel governor enlists the aid of Templar Bascot de Marins. yet as homicide spreads past the fortress partitions, he wonders whether it is in reality the paintings of a deadly grasp of toxins.
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From about the beginning of the fifth century up until the seventh, the Nordic figurative world was used as a symbolically significant style among the migrating Germanic peoples. It was imitated and elaborated, becoming an impressive elite art style (Salin 1904; Karlsson 1983; Haseloff 1981; Roth 1979; Speake 1980; Näsman 1984: map 10; Hines 1984; Lund Hansen 1992; Høilund Nielsen 1997), until the point when Catholic Christianity put down firm roots during the first half of the eighth century (Roth 1979: 86).
And so on. A historically important aspect for the start of Scandinavians beginning to travel outside Scandinavia for trade was obviously the general expansion of trade which took place around 700, which led to the emergence of many towns, or emporia, such as Dorestad, Quentovic, Hamwic, York, Ipswich etc. Here, goods and money were in abundance, and with large quantities of sceattas coins, minted by the Frisians, these towns probably were tempting goals for pirates and others. In the light of these circumstances, cases have been made for pulling back the start of the Viking Age to around 700.
A Plague of Poison (Templar Knight Mystery, Book 3) by Maureen Ash