This is a story reflecting relations with barbarians and their natural disputatious form. Again all this comes from a world in which organized agrarian societies are not the norm at all, but large barbarian tribes do sustain themselves. Horses are not mentioned at all.
All this material appears written mostly during the Bronze Age and possibly extending a little later and that only because the subsidence of Poseidon took place around 1159 BC. All this is material originally collected by the group in their city in North America, but then removed to Southwest England after the collapse. This then likely was well supported during Druid and Roman times and Iron Age through 1100 AD or so.
It is a remarkable collection that we can actually attest to. This was totally unexpected.
One comment though. This image of the Atzlan site near Lake superior has been dated as late as 1000 AD. It is conceivable that actual abandonment took place in and around 1000 AD. That makes Glastonbury the most viable objective for them. It also explains the total lack of information post early Bronze Age from the Mediterranean.
The collapse of all remaining trade happened with the end of the western roman empire and was already a fraction of its Bronze Age height..
So Amarahiti and her mother departed, together with their servants and the armed men who accompanied them.
On the night after they left the true wife of Cladda died, with vomit stopping in her throat. Then the priests made their voices heard among the barbarians and told them to behold the work of the devil which remained among them. They said it had not departed, nor would it leave until it was appeased.
They spoke in such a manner that men of the barbarians set out in haste and came upon the women and Cluth, who with armed men were preparing to leave their camping place. When Cluth heard the words of the priests spoken by those who came he was dismayed and knew not what to do. There was a man among those who came, who spoke many words to Cluth, so that he was stirred up against our women. For Cluth was a barbarian and their ways were his ways.
(Here some three hundred and fifty words are missing).
(Indistinct, then several lines missing). Cluth stood apart with his arms (Part missing). The priests prepared the
When they came nearby Kabel Kai had disappeared into the thickets of the forest. The men of KeUdlith remained on the other side.
The fortress of Cluth was built up again by Kabel Kai according to his promise, and the sons of Cluth live there in these days. It stands on high ground rising out of the waters, surrounded by a high wall of logs.
The city was built and finished with a wall which was two walls of wood with soil between. Men came in ships, with cloth and pottery, with things of metal and shells and beads. The barbarians gave much for cloth dyed scarlet, for their tree blue is not fast in cloth. Scarlet is made nowhere except in the land of The Sons of Fire, where a white fish turns scarlet under the warmth of the sun. Men say that those who bring the scarlet cloth declare it to have been found in this manner: A man was out hunting with his dog and while they walked along the strand the dog caught a fish which it carried to its master in its mouth. The man saw a scarlet stain on the dog's mouth and wiped it away with a piece of linen. When the colour could not be withdrawn fi-om the cloth it was taken to a dyer who sought out the thing that had made it.
But all is not well with the heart and spirit of the city, which is the people. A city lives not by the wood and stones with which it is built. Therefore, since the coming of Samon of the Barhedhoy and those who follow Ameth, we who are the heart of the Children of Light prepare our departure. (Some words missing). By the waters of Glaith not far distant where we may dwell by ourselves.