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Chapter Twelve

Tuesday, 8 June 1199

6 p.m.

 

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Author:S.J.A. Turney [Turney, S.J.A.] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:S.J.A. Turney [Turney, S.J.A.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: graogonzo

Published: 2019-06-05T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twelve

Tuesday, 8 June 1199

6 p.m.

The two knights spent some time in silence, mulling things over until the tavern’s owner appeared suddenly, asking what they wanted. Deferring to the older knight’s judgement, Arnau waved the questions aside and left it to him. Twenty minutes later they were served something that was once more brown and unidentifiable, yet tasted tangy, spicy and very flavoursome. Two drinks were brought, one of which was the pleasant, light tea, the other something pungent and dark with the consistency of fresh cow manure. This, Arnau suspected, was the date wine of which the older knight had spoken.

They ate, still in silence, and finally, unable to bear the tension any more, Arnau cracked.

‘What will you tell the emir?’

Balthesar pursed his lips and paused for a while, a forkful of something brown hovering close to his chin. ‘I am not entirely sure.’

‘We are at an impasse.’

‘We are.’

Arnau breathed deeply. ‘Yet you deliberate?’

‘The emir sought only my oath that I would attempt to persuade the king to his cause.’

Arnau frowned. ‘But you said yourself you could not succeed. And what Picornell revealed confirms it. You will never change the king’s mind. Even the grand master of the order could not change the king’s mind.’

‘This is true, but the emir did not ask for a promise to change the king’s mind, just a promise that I would try to do so. It is a promise I could live up to.’

Arnau shook his head. ‘That is a world of half-truths and wickedness. I cannot believe you would consider such a thing. This is surely not what being a brother of the Temple is about? Lütolf would not dissemble so, I am sure.’

Balthesar levelled him with a look that the Israelites could have used to crumble Jericho’s walls. ‘Our poor, fallen brother was exemplary in almost every aspect of life, but even in the short time during which you knew him, you must have discovered that there are lances that are more pliable and flexible than he was. Lütolf was the best of us, but he did not live in the real world as we surely must.’

‘But—’

‘Listen, young Vallbona: if we seek to rebuild Rourell, we must draw support in terms of both finance and manpower. We are unpopular enough that we currently cannot rely on either, but the presence of relics will draw both. Think how such a place as the great sanctuary of Santiago became more than just a village. The landscape? The priest? No, it is what is to be found and revered there, and we shall emulate that. Rourell will become the home to the arm of Saint Stephen, the first martyr. Knights from as far afield as Scotland and the Bulgar mountains will flock to Rourell, taking their vows and donating their lands. Soon we could eclipse even our mother house. And with a possible crusade against the Almohad looming as King Pedro perhaps plots, strength at Rourell could be a serious advantage.’ He leaned back in his seat and took a sip of the probably-wine.

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