Objects & Places from Sharpe's Enemy: Richard Sharpe and the Defense of Portugal, Christmas 1812

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The Pass of God

This is the name given to a mountain pass that forms the primary setting of the novel.

The Convent

This is built on the north side of the road leading through the Pass of God.

The Castle

This stands on the south side of the road leading through the Pass of God.

The Watchtower

This is built on a prominence to the south of Andrados and to the east of the castle.

Pot-au-Feu's Army

This is composed of deserters of all nationalities, but principally French, Spanish, British, and Portuguese.

Congreve's Rockets

These were a type of rocket-propelled explosive shell.

Rifles and Muskets

Several types of these are discussed in the novel; indeed, the novel's accurate portrayal of them and their use is one of its most-enjoyable elements.

Artillery

Various types of these--excepting Congreve's rockets--are mentioned in the novel, including a few small antiquated Spanish...

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