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We must speak to King Alla to clear this mess up.
I swear I didn't do it, I'm innocent!
The Sultan and all his allies convert to Christianity in order for The Sultan to marry the beautiful Custance; though he was head over heels, she did not want this marriage but was forced to marry him.
The Sultan's Mother Donegild was not very happy that her son had converted to Christianity so she killed him and all his allies so that she could rule. She did not want to kill Custance so she put her on a boat with food and sent her off to sea.
After three years at sea, Custance washes upon the shores of Northumbria. There she meets a Constable of the king who later on takes her home for her to meet his wife. Upon meeting each other, Custance converts his wife Hermengyld to Christianity. Hermengyld is later on killed by a knight upset by the fact that Custance refuses his advances; so he kills her in order to frame Custance as a killer.
After being proven innocent. King Alla immediately falls in love with Custance and they marry. Shortly after King Alla goes away to war, Custance discovers that she is pregnant. King Allla's mother isn't very pleased with Custance and she gets rid of her even though her son begged her not to while he was away.
Custance and her son cross paths with the Senator of Rome while at sea; The Senator of Rome takes Custance and her son Maurice into his household, where they live peacefully for a long time. One day the Senator of Rome invites King Alla to a feast, where he is reunited with his wife and child.
Custance and King Alla move back to Northumbria while their son Maurice stays and becomes the Emperor of Rome. They lived in peace for a long while but sadly King Alla dies and Custance moves back to Rome to live with her son. Moral: No matter how many obstacles life throws at you, staying positive and fighting through them is the way to go.
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