River God - Pages 244-295 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Pages 244-295 Summary

Pharaoh and his entourage began planning for the biennial trip upriver for the festival of Osiris. During the journey Lostris experienced much nausea and realized that she was pregnant. The festival remained the same but the actors differed. Tanus appeared as ordered for his trial. He reported his success and awaited judgment. Tanus insisted that there remained only one man in all of Egypt who still called himself a Shrike. That Shrike went by the name of Akh-Seth. The captured Shrikes all pointed to Lord Intef as the one named Akh-Seth. They claimed that he had directed all of the Shrikes' activities and was ultimately responsible for the death of Tanus's father. Lord Intef vehemently denied the accusations spoken against him. Pharaoh was inclined to believe Lord Intef's assertions of innocence. He asked Tanus to provide truth beyond the oath of...

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