By Maureen Ash
A new Templar Knight secret from the writer who "masterfully creates a medieval international choked with wealthy old detail." (National bestselling writer Victoria Thompson) Templar Bascot de Marins is summoned to Lincoln citadel to profit who murdered a servant engaged in a bootleg affair with a married lady. even if the jealous husband had a purpose, Bascot's research uncovers a extra surprising revelation in regards to the sufferer that will provide him any variety of capability enemies...
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Extra resources for A Deadly Penance (Templar Knight Mystery, Book 6)
87 At the beginning of July 1360, the peasants from three fortified villages in the Marche—Boschereto, Corinalto, and Montenuovo—rebelled against the papal legate because of arbitrary taxation (le disordinate gravezze).
On 16 June 1355, the cardinal legate of Rimini imposed a heavy forced loan (una grande prestanza), which citizens complained of bitterly. ”86 In the same year, another peasant revolt flared in Lucca, which, as in Rimini, had crippling taxes as at least one of its triggers. On hearing the news of Emperor Charles IV’s entry into Lucca and the ousting of the Gambacorta of Pisa and other leading families, the Lucchesi, then under Pisan dominion, sought to take advantage of the confusion to free themselves “from the heavy yoke and taxes [servaggio]” that the Pisans had imposed on them.
42 Nonetheless, the absence of such direct economic grievances should not lead us to follow Guy Fourquin and others who claim that because the peasants lacked such programs, no class struggle is evident, and that the peasants were reactionary, desiring only to turn back the clock to some mythical golden age. The sources do not justify such conclusions. 43 36 Peasant Revolts Peasant Revolts in France and Flanders Let us now turn to the bulk of the evidence given for peasant uprisings over the two centuries of this analysis across Italy, France, and Flanders.
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