Acknowledgements and Credits
images are used with permission, or have been explicitly
released by their originators, or exist otherwise in the public domain,
or are by the author.
Special thanks to
Liam Quinn for the images he provides on his website fromoldbooks.com
(whence the map),
and to Karen Hatzigeorgiou for the scans she makes available at karenswhimsy.com (the Celtic
interlacing). The rampant lion
is from wpclipart.com (thanks!). The image of the dashing gentleman comes from the
United States Department of the Navys Naval Historical Center. The haunting
portrait of "Áine" is from Portrait of Elisabeth Oberbüchler by Antoine Pesne,
from Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum (used with permission under license). In real life, while Ann ("Áine") Freney lived
under anti-Catholic laws in Ireland, Elisabeth Oberbüchler and tens of thousands of others
had to leave Salzberg to escape anti-Protestant persecution.
Please find acknowledgements
related to the code in the code itself, and acknowledgements
related to text in the book in the book itself. Amazon and Kindle are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc.