The History of the Kings of Britain - Part Eight: The Saxon Domination Summary & Analysis

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Part Eight: The Saxon Domination Summary and Analysis

Soon after Constantine takes the crown, the Saxons and two of Mordred's sons march in battle against him. Constantine defeats them, sending one son fleeing to Winchester and the other to London. Constantine continues to harass Mordred's offspring. He cuts each one down in turn. Several years later Constantine himself falls dead by God's hand because Constantine slew the brothers in churches. Aureilus Conanus rules next, followed by Vortiporius. Malgo succeeds Vortiporius and Keredic after him. Keredic is a fickle ruler and the Saxons quickly amass an army to march against him. Aided by the Africans, the Saxons manage to run Keredic out of the city.

Gormund, king of the Africans, makes a treaty with Isembard of the Franks. Gormund then burns the city where Keredic has taken refuge and ravages the neighboring...

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