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Chapter IX

The Sign of St. Cuthberht

I suppose that in our flight from Glastonbury to Bridgwater we passed through more dangers than we knew of; for Danes were hard after us, riding even into sight from the town that evening, and next day coming even to the eastern end of the old bridge, and bandying words with the townsfolk who guarded it. Across it they dared not come, for there is a strong earthwork on the little rise from the river, which guards both bridge and town, and in it were my Norsemen with the townsfolk.

 

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Author:Charles W Whistler , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Charles W Whistler

Language: eng

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Tags: stones, Sigurd, Two Heroes, battle, Etheldreda, Kolgrim, Gifts, Harek, jarl, Glastonbury, King Alfred’s Will, thane, father, Ealdorman Of Devon, Wareham, kingdom, Athelney, Wessex, Parret, King Alfred’s Viking, Odda, Exeter, ealdorman, England, ramparts, Meetings, Danes, Ethelnoth, Greatest Victory, river, round, brave, laugh, Ranald, people, Norway, Danish, scald, Harald Fairhair, thunder, Pixies, Chippenham, weapons, Combwich, Odin, wild, Bridgwater, Einar, Guthrum, tongue, Seek, golden, Selwood, ships, Denewulf, Fight, Black, Saxon, runes, three, horses, Ethelred, Daughter, Cannington, chainmail, Helmbiter, Jarl Osmund, Action, eregar, Twelfth-Night, Dance, Vemundsson, fleet, mound, laughter, Anglia, heart, Sword Helmbiter, comrades, Mercia, Christian, Polden, Edington, St Neot, peace, Devon, Adventure, sword, Osmund, Lady, Thord, Godred, Hubba, Thora, maiden, Sign Of St. Cuthberht, Heregar, Thiodolf, Quantocks, Cuthbert, Taunton, Norse, Norsemen, Sigehelm, Winning Of “The Raven

Publisher: Abela Publishing

Published: 2018-08-21T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter IX

The Sign of St. Cuthberht

I suppose that in our flight from Glastonbury to Bridgwater we passed through more dangers than we knew of; for Danes were hard after us, riding even into sight from the town that evening, and next day coming even to the eastern end of the old bridge, and bandying words with the townsfolk who guarded it. Across it they dared not come, for there is a strong earthwork on the little rise from the river, which guards both bridge and town, and in it were my Norsemen with the townsfolk.

So we were in safety for a time; and it seemed likely that we might be so for long if but a few men could be gathered, for here was a stretch of country that was, as it were, a natural fastness. Three hundred years ago the defeated Welsh had turned to bay here while Kenwalch of Wessex and his men could not follow them; and now it seemed likely that here in turn would Wessex stand her ground.

It is a great square-sided patch of rolling, forest-covered country, maybe twelve miles long from north to south, and half as much across. None can enter it from the north, because there is the sea, and a wild coast that is not safe for a landing; on the west the great, steep, fort-crested Quantock Hills keep the border; on the eastern side is the river Parret, and on the north the Tone, which joins it. Except at Bridgwater, at the eastern inland corner, and Taunton, at the western–one at the head of the tidal waters of the Parret, and the other guarding the place where the Quantocks end–there is no crossing the great and wide-stretching fens of Sedgemoor and Stanmoor and the rest that lie on either bank of the rivers. Paths there are that the fenmen know, winding through mere and peat bog and swamp, but no host can win through them; and perhaps those marches are safer borders than even the sea.

If one came from the sea, one must land at Watchet, and then win a path across the Quantocks, and there is the ancient camp of Dowsborough to block the way; or else put into the Parret, and there, at the first landing place, where they say that Joseph of Arimathaea landed, bearing the holy thorn staff in his hand, is the strong hill fort of Combwich, old as the days of that Joseph, or maybe older.

So with walled towns and hill forts the corners of Heregar’s land were kept; and with sea and marsh and hill the sides were strong, and we thought to find Alfred the king here before us. But he was not; and next day we rode on to Taunton to seek him there, for that was the strongest fortress in that part of the west. And again he was not to be heard of. Then fear for his life began to creep into our minds, and we came back to Cannington sorely downcast.

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