Post #6.10, Tuesday, March, 24, 2020

Historical setting: 562 C.E. Gaul          This river — the Liger or Loire as it is known — marks the tangible edge of old Roman power. The abundance of massive constructions with its bridges and aqueducts gave Tours a wall and roads but failed to cross this river here with a bridge. So for crossingContinue reading “Post #6.10, Tuesday, March, 24, 2020”

Post #6.8, Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Historical setting: 562 C.E. Gaul George is determined to beat the life from Christianity and sanctify the deaths as he foists upon me the necessity for rotting saints. “I can assure you Heretic Lazarus, St. Lazarus was a true martyr for Christ.”          I rebut. “They only died because the emperor of Persia feared Rome.”        Continue reading “Post #6.8, Wednesday, March 18, 2020”