stoney at touchwood.net
Mon Jan 28 19:36:43 EST 2002
I meant of course Hugh of York, not Isaac - a character of a somewhat
different order of fiction.
At 03:50 PM 1/28/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>, I don't see any reasonable way to deny that it was written very close to
>or around that time -- and hence the author -- and more importantly, his
>audience -- would have been in a position to know what was or wasn't
>happening in Ben Hinnom, don't you think?
Perhaps it's worth recalling that their very vocal contemporaries were in
just as much of a "position to know" what did or did not happen to Isaac of
York. It's not the same thing as actually knowing, much less supplying
their allegations with any credibility.
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