Sir William Wallace, the Scots hero of the Battle of Stirling Bridge, left his daughter Jilliana three things—rigorous training as a warrior, his famous sword, and a powerful need to avenge the betrayal that resulted in his horrifying death. Caught between the secret of her birth and a mission of vengeance which should never have fallen to her, Jilliana is swept into Robert Bruce's battle to once again free Scotland from English rule.
Read alsoThe Discourses of Philoxenus, Bishop of Mabbogh, A. D.485-519 Edited from Syriac Manuscripts of the Sixth and Seventh Centuries
The Syriac scholar on his part will, of course, choose his own text. I have in no way attempted to emend the text which in places I believe to have suffered through the unintentional mistakes of weary scribes, but have, to the best of my power, reproduced it as I found it in the various MSS. With a view of shewing how little change the text has…
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