This book follows all these, but the lastmentioned, as it is generally absent from works such as this with the proviso that readers should nevertheless send the customary salutations on the Prophet whenever his name is mentioned. They were educated and Christians and felt that they had an obligation to covert and "civilize" the indigenous peoples.
Even the chiefs who are presented in the Chanson d'Antioche as joking over the cannibal banquet of the Roi des Tafurs, and permitting the dead bodies of Saracens to be torn from the cemeteries and flung into the beleaguered city, would have very much applauded the deed.
Utilization of these vessels in rituals even as profane as village festivals or communal meals seems indicated. Doyle was raised in Simpsonville, Texas.