Princess Elizabeth Of York had not seen her husband to be, Lord Elias Farrow, since that faithful night he defiled her. Her King Father had brought back her mother from the Monastery to witness her only daughter’s wedding with the most powerful noble family in England who could support the Crown which was more needed now than ever.
“He that does good, having the unlimited power to do evil, deserves praise not only for the good which he performs, but for the evil which he forbears.” – Ivanhoe, Walter Scott (Black Knight to Locksley, Chapter 33)
(”Robin Hood entertaining King Richard the Lionheart in Sherwood Forest” – Daniel Maclise, 1839.)
“Bluetooth” is named after the Danish King Harald Blatand because of his ability to unite warring Scandinavian factions, just as Bluetooth unites wireless devices. The Bluetooth logo is also a combination of the King’s Runic initials. (H-ᚼ “Hagal” + B-ᛒ “Bjarkan”)