Lexicus Press is delighted to announce publication of
Frankish Splendor and Valor in Celtic Europe,
Hidden Women Series #3,
a study of women from the gilded pre-Christian era to vilification.
The 3rd in the Hidden Women series, Frankish Splendor and Valor in Celtic Europe, traces the Franks, a leading Celtic family, from the gilded era of wealth and technological advancement in pre-Christian Europe. The role of the women in Europe has swung dramatically since the Iron Age - from abbesses in illustrious learning centers to refugees in a continent under siege. Through discoveries in archaeology, law, art and literature, a more accurate picture of the past is emerging to explain this change.
The author’s on-going study relies on independently verifiable evidence and on-site investigation for a multi-disciplinary analysis. Since conquerors’ objectives have dictated much of Europe’s written record, the victors' version of history is not taken at face value.