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Edward Rutherfurd
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"The land that Hwll's ancestors had crossed was all gone, and for the whole of his short life, he had no longer been living on a peninsula of Eurasia, but on a new island. Because of that arctic flood Britain was born, and for the rest of her history, her people would be separate, protected from the outside world by a savage sea."
Journey to Sarum, p. 13

"He had good reason to be preoccupied. For some time now it had been clear that - unless the gods could be pacified - the ancient territory of Sarum and its sacred grounds were doomed to destruction."
The Henge, p. 80


"I'll make Sarum greater than it has ever been before; and my family shall be powerful kings again, as they were in ancient times."
Sorviodunum, p. 171

"To Petrus, it seemed to encompass everything the civilization of Greece, the virtue and grandeur of...

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