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Published: 2013-04-15T07:00:00+00:00

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Hemlock: What really happened to Boadicea? by Joyce Dore

Chapter Eleven

The spear that Prasutagus carried as a staff of office, was once, by legend, the Celtic Great Spear of Lugh, which had killed the one-eyed Formorian, Balor, king of evil, darkness and winter according to Celtic legend, or so he had told Boudica and he had brought this spear back from the city of Jerusalem, in that remote land at the far end of the Middle Sea; how it had reached there he could never discover. The spear had been defiled by dried blood, said to be that of the Man that had died on a cross at the bidding of Tiberius Claudius because he posed a threat to the Roman Empire. Boudica often puzzled if he were the young man whom Prasutagus had spoken of those long years ago when they declared their marriage vows.

Prasutagus had cleansed the spear himself and felt its power, whoever had forged it had known his art well. The tip was composed of a brightly shinning metal like silver, yet was harder than iron, and kept its sheen without rust. The shaft was of time darkened, pale yew wood and had stood the test of time; and if all the legends held any truth then it was already older than the Great Stone Circle.

 

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Author:Joyce Dore [Dore, Joyce] , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Joyce Dore [Dore, Joyce]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Braiswick

Published: 2013-04-15T07:00:00+00:00
Chapter Eleven

The spear that Prasutagus carried as a staff of office, was once, by legend, the Celtic Great Spear of Lugh, which had killed the one-eyed Formorian, Balor, king of evil, darkness and winter according to Celtic legend, or so he had told Boudica and he had brought this spear back from the city of Jerusalem, in that remote land at the far end of the Middle Sea; how it had reached there he could never discover. The spear had been defiled by dried blood, said to be that of the Man that had died on a cross at the bidding of Tiberius Claudius because he posed a threat to the Roman Empire. Boudica often puzzled if he were the young man whom Prasutagus had spoken of those long years ago when they declared their marriage vows.

Prasutagus had cleansed the spear himself and felt its power, whoever had forged it had known his art well. The tip was composed of a brightly shinning metal like silver, yet was harder than iron, and kept its sheen without rust. The shaft was of time darkened, pale yew wood and had stood the test of time; and if all the legends held any truth then it was already older than the Great Stone Circle.

Once he found its centre, the shaft balanced perfectly. “Never,” Prasutagus said, “have I seen such a weapon. The merchant who sold it to me had haggled only briefly, as if he was in fact in a hurry to dispose of it.”

Prasutagus had favoured Ceridwen and allowed her to practice with his favourite weapon. At first the little girl could barely lift the missile, and then her father had shown her the secret of the spear’s balance. After that Ceridwen hefted the great lance above her head and aimed it at the hog’s skin that was stretched out and pinned to a wide oak tree, to catch it just behind the ear, her smile of triumph had radiated to Prasutagus the joy of victory, and his heart had swollen with pride in his youngest daughter. They seemed to understand each other as if they were old comrades; Prasutagus had once told Boudica that he wondered indeed if Ceridwen was one of his old friends, reborn to come to his aid now that the years were bowing his back.

“Indeed husband, I too have this sense that Ceridwen, you and I have met in a life before this one more than once.”

She had felt an affinity with Ceridwen from the moment that she had entered the world.

When Cavatina was sixteen her father Prasutagus was concerned about her future and set about searching for a suitable man for her to marry and he called for a feast, and invited as many young princes as he knew including Caradoc the surviving son of his neighbour, King Cymbeline, now dead these past ten years, his elder son having died in conflict with the Romans. Either son would be have been acceptable as a possible son-by-law or else their male offspring, and would make ideal kings.

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