The Dovekeepers - Part 3 (Aziza): Pages 408-450 Summary & Analysis

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A tradesman who came to Masada to sell his wares brought with him a huge black Mastiff. The dog sat at Adir’s empty barracks and howled until Aziza took him home with her. When the dog’s owner came for him, the dog would not go with him. Aziza bought the dog from him, suggesting his owner had mistreated him. Aziza didn’t want a dog, but he was well behaved and she thought perhaps his fate and her brother’s were bound together. She named the dog Eran. One night Eran started barking and wouldn’t stop. The women gathered at the gate as several of them had experiences they believed meant they were to gather there. When the men arrived, Aziza noticed Amram was carrying Adir over his shoulder. He had been hit by a spear and was...

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