The Crystal Cave - Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary

In the following weeks, Uther leaves the compound, and Ambrosius continued to spend time with Merlin. Merlin finds out that the scene he saw with the bull pertained to Mithras, the soldier's god. It seemed Ambrosius followed him, although not always outwardly. Merlin found that he was treated more like a prince there than back with his grandfather the King.

Merlin began to explore the town. He finds that King Budec's castle is in the center. Ambrosius decides that Merlin needs a teacher. Belasius is a mathematician and an astronomer. He handles some of Ambrosius's business. He becomes Merlin's new teacher.

One day, they finish their math problems early. Belasius has to leave. Cadal comes in and says that the horses are ready. Belasius listens to this and asks them where they are going. Merlin says, "North." Belasius advises them to...

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