Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur - Part 2: The Broken War, pgs. 139-195 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: The Broken War, pgs. 139-195 Summary

As the fifth chapter begins, Prince Meurig suggests at the Council of War allying with the weaker of the Saxon Kings, Cerdic, to open a second front against Aelle. Having guarded the frontier all winter, Sagramor growls that this lacks honor and guesses that Cerdic will attack Durnovaria. Arthur assigns Lancelot to block this and everyone else to march up the Thames valley to London. Merlin tells Derfel that Dinas and Lavaine are not true Druids and that his magic is protecting Ceinwyn. Merlin carries Caleddin's scroll, a unique Roman-era document about the Treasures and refuses to say why he has brought dogs.

Aelle stays a day ahead of the Britons, scorching the land as he retreats. The Britons are slowed by sickness and heavy supplies. Arthur's 50 famed horsemen lead the army of...

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