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I. Introduction
Επυλλιον Βητα: Imegesis
§βI: “Serenity’s Sorrow”
§βII: “Nepenthe”
§βIII: “Embrocation”
§βIV: “Enchantment”
§βV: “Tombestry”
§βVI: “The Hallowkells”
§βX: “Fearfullest Bliss”
§βXI: “Faith Besought”
§βXII: “Departing Paradise”
Επυλλιον Γαμμα: Diegesis
§γI: “The Somberwood”
§γII: “Tears of the Dead”
§γIII: “The Knelling of the Damned”
§γIV: “Isentreen Automata”
§γV: “Raptrices of the Thorn”
§γVI: “The Eight of Harrowden”
§γVII: “Antigregation” (automata in chap.)
§γVIII: “Escapement”
§γIX: “Under the Boughs of Lothmire”
§γX: “Marges of Ruination”
§γXI: “Bowels of the Dungeon”
§γXII:
§γXIII: “Postern to”
§γXIV: “Curtains and Towers of ?”
§γXV: “The Garden Lightmote”
§γXVI:
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “The Great Perron of Cleft Mountain”
§γXVII: “Adit of Clovenbeard Mine”
§γXVII: “The Cleft Mountain Springnymphs?”
§γXVII: “The Fallowbeards of Labyrinth”
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “Aqueduct of the Dundwarrow”
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “Jawhole”
§γXVII: “Denizens of the Underground”
§γXVII: “Tomb of the Caverndrake”
§γXVII: “Dundwarghtrove” (feal axes)
§γXVII: “Beneath the Roots of Cleft Mountain”
§γXVII: “Underwending the Bruindowns”
§γXVII: “Depths of the Underground”
§γXVII: “Threshold into the Underworld”
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “Beyond the Worldmarch”
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “Meeting the Lampads”
§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
§γXVII: “Shroomseid Forest”
§γXVII: “Under Incession”
§γXVII: “The Vault of Swartelphame”

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D. J. Scott

Descallhe Dralhadhanlhe

“The Descent of the Dryad”
Copyright © 2002-2017 by Dustin Jon Scott
[Last Update: June 24th, 2017]


Introduction


Contents


?p?????µ O-µ?d??: Mimegesis
[Foreword]:
[Prolegomenon]: Evolving Origins of Humankind
[Protasis]: The Eve of an Earlier Dawn (geode, concretion, shale, siltstone, sandstone, tessellated pavement/concretions) beehive Clochán, midden, slake, chlamys,
Pyrrha (figuratively flaming, not literally ablaze)
Gemshorn (tubular-ducted gemshorn/ramhorn, fipple horn), kirby gemsbok, kirby chamois,
[Isagoge]: Homo borealis, The Borean Man
[Prolusion]: Kindred of the Borean Man
[Exordium]: The World of Ancient Borea (floruit – age of flourishing)
[Proem]: A New Age in Antiquity
[Preamble]: The First Empires
[Programma]: Boreanic Myth & Legend
[Overture]: Fact or Fantasy? Euhemerism/Euhemerizing
[Prelude]: The Sovereignty Cycle
[Preface]: Tale of the Descent
[Naissance]: Monomyth, “The Heroine’s Journey”
[Prologue]: Translating an Epic
[Inception]: Novelizing an Epic
[Conception]: A Phantasy Borne of Myth
[Prelim]: Idiolects, chronolects, blah, blah, blah...
[Introduction]:

Like most Palaeoboreanic epics, The Descent of the Drayad follows a fairly typical Palaeoboreanic narrative structure, containing an antegesis, imegesis, diegesis, and exegesis.

Επυλλιον Βητα: Imegesis
The imegesis begins quaint, innocent, wholesome, and when the Dryad Serenity meets the Darkelf she becomes enthralled with, it looks to be amping up into some sort of ancient romance novel.
This seems to have been a plot device intended to lull the listener into a false sense of security.
?p?????µ ?-a?fa: Antegesis
[?§I]: Serenity’s Sorrow
[?§II]: Nepenthean Eve (scattery, haversack)
[?§III]: Embrocation
[?§IV]: Enchantment (sedan chair / litter)
[?§V]: Raven, Heroness, and Crow (feronia)
[?§VI]: Respecting the Fairish Courts... (treasonable)
[?§VII]: Tombestry (stuprate, stupration)
[?§VIII]: The Hallowkells
[?§IX]: Of Treacle and Tonic (certitude, apparatus)
[?§X]: Fearfullest Bliss (succor, countenance, assiduity)
[?§XI]: Faith Besought (concernments, loquacious)
[?§XII]: Departing Paradise (thoroughfare, mendacity)

§βI: “Serenity’s Sorrow”
First chapter

§βII: “Nepenthe”
First chapter

§βIII: “Embrocation”
First chapter

§βIV: “Enchantment”
First chapter

§βV: “Tombestry”
First chapter

§βVI: “The Hallowkells”
First chapter

§βX: “Fearfullest Bliss”
First chapter

§βXI: “Faith Besought”
First chapter

§βXII: “Departing Paradise”

Επυλλιον Γαμμα: Diegesis
In the diegesis things take a dark turn as the heroines find themselves in a twisted, nightmarish hellscape; at times, a bloodbath.
?p?????µ ?-ß?ta: Imegsis (heterogenous, rustication, litany)

§γI: “The Somberwood”
First chapter
[§?:I]: The Somberwood (jaggy/erose, adust, foredoom, febrile, megathic, varix, topiary, haruspex/haruspices,)
[§?:LXXIII]: The Somberwood

§γII: “Tears of the Dead”
Second chapter
[§?:II]: Tears of the Dead (saraband, obtrude, paleogean)
[§?:LXXIV]: Tears of the Dead

§γIII: “The Knelling of the Damned”
Third chapter
[§?:III]: The Knelling of the Damned (ridgepole, supernal)
[§?:LXXV]: The Keening of the Damned

§γIV: “Isentreen Automata”
Fourth chapter

§γV: “Raptrices of the Thorn”
Fifth chapter
[§?:IV]: Raptrices of the Thorn (insuperable, declivity)
[§?:LXXVI]: Raptrices of the Thorn

§γVI: “The Eight of Harrowden”
First chapter
[§?:V]: The Eight of Harrowden (carnary, feint, gainsay)
[§?:LXXVII]: The Eight of Harrowden

§γVII: “Antigregation” (automata in chap.)
First chapter
[§?:VI]: Sanctuary in Shawfax Hollow (desultory, well-sweep? Quaver, coruscate, lambent, frore, nefandous, aroining)
[§?:LXXVIII]: Antigregation

§γVIII: “Escapement”
First chapter

§γIX: “Under the Boughs of Lothmire”
First chapter
[§?:VII]: Beneath the Boughs of Lothmire (turgid, supine)

§γX: “Marges of Ruination”
First chapter

§γXI: “Bowels of the Dungeon”
First chapter

§γXII:
First chapter

§γXIII: “Postern to”
First chapter

§γXIV: “Curtains and Towers of ?”
First chapter

§γXV: “The Garden Lightmote”
First chapter
[§?:LXXIX]: The Garden Lightmote

§γXVI:
First chapter

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter
[§?:VIII]: Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards (timorous, securiform, securigerous,

§γXVII: “The Great Perron of Cleft Mountain”
First chapter
[§?:IX]: Col
[§?:X]: The Scalary Scissure of Perron Cleft (ululate, clayey) Twaindwarrows Landing??? (subterrene)
[§?:XI]: Dundwarrow Mines (bard, grandam, soweress)
[§?:XII]: Fallowbeard Labyrinth (arra, fambling, cosset)
[§?:XIII]: The Clovenmount Pegæae / The Conjuror’s underground room ? The Treasury of Archæomordax (Pilaster/cornel/cornice/exedra/casement, lacker/lacquer) (petering, loafer, puerile, jejune, (pegaeae) scaturient)
[§?:XIV]: Feal Axes of Dundwarghtrove / Direful Dunlingard Hall (Coventry/sewer, vinum sabbati)
[§?:XV]: Depths of the Underground

§γXVII: “Adit of Clovenbeard Mine”
First chapter
[§?:LXXX]: Into the Underground

§γXVII: “The Cleft Mountain Springnymphs?”
First chapter

§γXVII: “The Fallowbeards of Labyrinth”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Aqueduct of the Dundwarrow”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Jawhole”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Denizens of the Underground”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Tomb of the Caverndrake”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Dundwarghtrove” (feal axes)
First chapter

§γXVII: “Beneath the Roots of Cleft Mountain”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Underwending the Bruindowns”
First chapter
[§?:XVII]: Underwending the Bruindowns (abutting) asymmetrically polydactylic, one eye seeled,
[§?:LXXXI]: Underwending the Bruindowns

§γXVII: “Depths of the Underground”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Threshold into the Underworld”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Beyond the Worldmarch”
First chapter
[§?:XVI]: Beyond The Worldmarch (writhes/slavers) (Etruscan Winged Goddess of the Underworld, Vanth – see also Culsu, Cthonic deity of gateways) saxicavous, saxicolous, saxifragous, saxigenous, Glenberm, erne (sea eagle),

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Meeting the Lampads”
First chapter
[§?:XVIII]: Sistren of Luciference

§γXVII: “Last Garrison of the Clovenbeards”
First chapter

§γXVII: “Shroomseid Forest”
First chapter
[§?:XIX]: Mycorinth Hall (vanguard/rearguard)
[§?:LXXXII]: Shroomseid Forest

§γXVII: “Under Incession”
First chapter
[§?:XX]: Under Incession (susurration, susurrant, scialytic, susurrous, vitreous, scallop/scalloped, curvilinear, frontage, scamander, scansorial, scotopia,)
[§?:LXXXIII]: Under Incession

§γXVII: “The Vault of Swartelphame” (intimated, foeter)
First chapter
[§?:XXI]: The Vault of Nethervale (burthen, desultory)
[§?:LXXXIV]: The Vault of Swartelphame

§γXVII: “Netherwight Pass”
First chapter
[§?:XXII]: Netherwight Pass??? Lineament, limn, chiton, topiary,

§γXVII: “Mycota Gardens”?
First chapter
Mycota Gardens??? Isenos??? The Osgate through Isenscarp??? (Odontoid Jags of Swartos)
[§?:LXXXVI]: ? unto the Obsidian Gateway

§γXVII: “Smithside to The Sellate Semitaur”
First chapter
[§?:XXXVI]: Smithside to The Sellate Semitaur
[§?:LXXXVII]: Forges of Crucible Foundry
[§?:LXXXVIII]: Fellriver Basin

§γXVII: “Tiers of the Torn Tail Tower”
First chapter
[§?:XXXVII]: Tiers of the Torn Tail Tower
[§?:LXXXIX]: Commercial Bridge

§γXVII: “The Vermipygian Palace”
First chapter
[§?:XXXVIII]: The Vermipygian Palace / The Palatial Armory / ventry / Chymists’ Catacomb (moored dories, squalid, solarium, gingerly?)

§γXVII: “Gatekeeper's Guardroom”
First chapter
[§?:XXXIX]: Gatekeeper’s Guardroom

§γXVII: “The Breach Bridge Bourg”
First chapter
[§?:XL]: The Breach Bridge Bourg (remonstrating, chyme)

§γXVII: “Sorcery Sewer”
First chapter
[§?:XLI]: Sorcery Sewer, “morrowice”(???)

§γXVII: “Chymist's Curve & Alchymal Alley”
First chapter
[§?:XLII]: Chymist’s Curve & Alchymal Alley

§γXVII: “The Duodenal Dungeon”
First chapter
[§?:XLIII]: The Duodenal Dungeon (alcaide/alcayde)

§γXVII: “Esophogeal Egress”
First chapter
[§?:XLIV]: Esophageal Egress / Carnassy Crown Fortress

§γXVII: “Concourse at Bloodstone Berg”
First chapter
[§?:XLV]: Concourse at Bloodstone Berg (heterodox) lattice-ribbed fan vaulting ceiled, reminiscing spider webs
[§?:XC]: The Gladiatorial Games
[§?:XCI]: Concourse at Bloodstone Palace

§γXVII: “High Sees of Swartelphame”
First chapter
[§?:XLVI]: High Sees of Swartelphame (affability)
[§?:XCII]: ¿Queen’s room?

§γXVII: “Reliquary of the Swartelves”
First chapter
[§?:XLVII]: Reliquary of the Swartelves (bedraggled, queem)
[§?:XCIII]: The Palatial Armory

§γXVII: “Periphery of the Swart City”
First chapter
[§?:XLVIII]: Periphery of the Swart City (parterre/portiere)
[§?:XCIV]: Palatine Hedges homa
[§?:XCV]: Periphery of the Black City

§γXVII: “Delves of the Dark Demesne”
First chapter
[§?:XLIX]: Delves of the Dark Demesne (patrition)

§γXVII: “The Netherfell Foothills”
First chapter
[§?:L]: The Netherfell Foothills??? Dwerrowdowns of the Kobblernigh (threat/brigand, scalpiture, queach, queenright, queenite nonagenarian

§γXVII: “Pariahs of the Citadels”
First chapter
[§?:LII]: Pariahs of the Citadels

§γXVII: “The Pont of No Return”
First chapter
[§?:LIII]: The Pont of No Return (eddaic? Tippler,)
[§?:XCVI]: Upward Bound
[§?:XCVII]: Peril Rising

§γXVII: “Cessmere Deep”
First chapter
[§?:LIV]: Sumpfield Chasm??? Cessmere Deep??? Conclave illumine benighted Slake/laund (sparver, portiere) Myrmidon something??? Convivial, colloquy

§γXVII: “Arachneyads' Lair”
First chapter
[§?:LV]: The Arachneyads’ Lair (sententious, garrulous, reticent, reticence)
[§?:XCVIII]: Arachneyads’ Lair

§γXVII: “Marges of the Underworld”
First chapter
[§?:LVI]: Marges of the Underworld (taciturn/taciturnity)
[§?:XCIX]: Ascent Woodward

§γXVII: “The Usurpers of Dunlingdom”
First chapter
[§?:LVII]: The Usurpers of Dunlingdom (chirography/charactry, barkentine, toper, cupola, precipitate)

§γXVII: “Sewer”???
First chapter
[§?:LVIII]: Sewer??? (quich/stir, quickhatch/glutton, querl/twist, quicken/mountain ash, quinnet/wedge, quisling)

§γXVII: “Temple”???
First chapter
[§?:LIX]: Temple (dwimmerlaik, quondam/whilom, disbud)

§γXVII: “The Tomb of Tyranopter”
First chapter
[§?:LX]: The Tomb of Tyranopter (voile, pollard)

§γXVII: “Aqueduct”???
First chapter
[§?:LXI]: Aqueduct???=newel+caracole/(riser?) (sinistrorse/sinistrorsal or dextrorse/dextrorsal)

§γXVII: “Subingression to the Hamlet of Elderwood”
First chapter
[§?:LXII]: Subingression to the Hamlet of Elderwood (scandent, tramontane)

§γXVII: “Myrmidon Fortalice”
First chapter
[§?:LXIII]: Myrmidon (fortalice?) (saxatile, shaugh,)

§γXVII: “Armadein Nest”???
First chapter
[§?:LXIV]: House / Basement Armadein hatchery / The Druid Stone Ward / Armadein nest

§γXVII: “Pervading Elderwood Brake”
First chapter
[§?:LXV]: Pervading Elderwood Brake (sautoir)

§γXVII: “Watchtower”???
First chapter
[§?:LXVI]: Old Watchtower/Hillfort/Castle

§γXVII: “The Elderwood”
First chapter
[§?:LXVII]: The Elderwood (scintillant, scintillescent, scialytic)
[§?:C]: The Elderwood

§γXVII: “Distributary Bourn”
First chapter
[§?:LXVIII]: Distributary Bourn
[§?:CI]: Distributary Bourn

§γXVII: “The Trooping Elves”
First chapter
[§?:LXIX]: The Trooping Elves (sawder, scarious)

§γXVII: “Homewood of the Eldest Band”
First chapter
[§?:LXX]: Homewood of the Eldest Band (sciuroid, saltigrade,

§γXVII: “Laurelian Rede”
First chapter
[§?:LXXI]: Laurelian Rede (sedunt, sederunt, garland)
[§?:CII]: The Laurel Rede

§γXVII: “The Elder Oracle”
First chapter
[§?:LXXII]: The Elder Oracle (sepiment, sepicolous)
[§?:CIII]: Elder Oracle

§γXVII: “The Mysts of Dellfax”
First chapter
[G§I]: The Mysts of Dellfax
[§?:CIV]: The Mysts of Dellfax

§γXVII: “Cairn Glen”
First chapter
[G§II]: Cairn Glen ½
[G§III]: Holler, combe,

§γXVII: “Horrors on the Heathland”
First chapter
[G§IV]: Horrors on the Heathland (Havelock, snood, burka, balaclava,)

§γXVII: “Lurker in Rivenmoor”
First chapter
[G§V]: Lurker in Rivenmoor (segnity) hooded in layers of overlapping lobs, each fold protruding from under another in a segmented mantle of skin veiling the face but for its gaping maw... shroud, sheathing,

§γXVII: “Amidst the Reeds”???
First chapter
[G§VI]: Amidst the Reeds???
[§?:CVIII]: Amidst the Reeds

§γXVII: “Causey on Dreadmarsh Esker”
First chapter
[G§VII]: Causey on Dreadmarsh Esker (escutcheon, scutcheon)
[§?:CIX]: Road over Dreadmarsh

§γXVII: “Monstrosity Morass”???
First chapter
[G§VIII]: Monstrosity Morass??? (branchiate/gilled)

§γXVII: “The Wyrms of Direfen”
First chapter
[G§IX]: The Wyrms of Direfen (broad scalariform scute ridge/row, scincoid, scabrous, scabious, sclerodermous, scutellation, scutellate/scutiform, scutiger/scutigerous, lappet,)
[§?:CX]: The Will of the Wisps
[§?:CXI]: The Wyrms of Direfen
[§?:CXII]: The Drake of Grimcarr

§γXVII: “The Blackdrake of Grimcarr”
First chapter
[G§X]: The Blackdrake of Grimcarr

§γXVII: “Oracle of the Willow”
First chapter
[G§XI]: Oracle of the Willow
[§?:CXIII]: Oracle of the Willows
[§?:CXIV]: Gateway into Moston
[§?:CXV]: The Hanging Gardens
[§?:CXVI]: Unto the Eightower

§γXVII: “Will of the Quedmire Bog Wisps”
First chapter
[G§XII]: Will of the Quedmire Bog Wisps

§γXVII: “Boding of the Heleads”???
First chapter
[G§XIII]: Boding of the Heleads???

§γXVII: “The Sunken Ruin”
First chapter
[G§XIV]: The Sunken Ruin

§γXVII: “Stratmoss Vineyard”
First chapter
[G§XV]: Stratmoss Vineyard
[§?:CXVII]: Stratmoss Vineyard

§γXVII: “Oracle of the Vines”
First chapter
[G§XVI]: Oracle of the Vines
[§?:CXVIII]: Oracle of the Vines

§γXVII: “Something Bog”???
First chapter
[G§XVII]: Something Bog
[§?:CVI]: Cascade Bog
[§?:CVII]: Lurker in Rivenmoor

§γXVII: “Defile Wall Beasts”???
First chapter
[G§XVIII]: Defile Wall Beasts

§γXVII: “Myrkwood Scissure”???
First chapter
[G§XIX]: Myrkwood Scissure
[§?:CXIX]: Myrkwood Gulch
[§?:CXX]: Riparian Vein

§γXVII: “Mirthmoor Ruin”
First chapter
[G§XX]: Mirthmoor Ruin
[§?:CV]: Mirthmoor Ruin

§γXVII: “Lurker in Rivenmoor”
First chapter
[G§XXI]: Lurker in Rivenmoor

§γXVII: “Nearing Everlynn”
First chapter
[G§XXII]: Nearing Everlynn
[§?:CXXI]: Nearing Everlynn
[§?:CXXII]: The Trooping Elves

§γXVII: “Bruindown Falls”
First chapter
[G§XXIII]: Bruindown Falls

§γXVII: “The Great Bruin”
First chapter
[G§XXIV]: The Great Bruin
[§?:CXXIII]: Bruindown Falls

§γXVII: “Den of the Bruinhawk”
First chapter
[G§XXV]: Den of the Bruinhawk (sebiferous)
[§?:CXXIV]: Den of the Bruinhawk

§γXVII: “Inheritance”
The Greendrake imparts a portion of its treasure to the Nymphs
[G§XXVI]: Inheritance
[§?:CXXV]: Inheritance

§γXVII: “Console Cliff”
First chapter
[G§XXVII]: Console Cliff

§γXVII: “Everquay Porth”
First chapter
[G§XXVIII]: Everquay Porth
[§?:CXXVI]: Everquay Porth

§γXVII: “Frothing Seiches, Crimson Beaches”
First chapter
[G§XXIX]: Frothing Seiches, Crimson Beaches
[§?:CXXVII]: Crimson Waves

§γXVII: “Caravan of the Deep”
First chapter
[G§XXX]: Caravan of the Deep / Caisson?

§γXVII: “Wilderness neath the Waves”
First chapter
[G§XXXI]: Wilderness neath the Waves

§γXVII: “Into the Deep of Nethermere”
First chapter
[G§XXXII]: Into the Deep of Nethermere
[§?:CXXVIII]: By Cover of Adamance
[§?:CXXIX]: Abysm’s Myrk
[§?:CXXX]: Everwharf Cove
[§?:CXXXI]: Atop Fortress Evermoat
[§?:CXXXIII]: Nethermere

§γXVII: “Braving the Dark Waters”
First chapter
[G§XXXIII]: Braving the Dark Waters

§γXVII: “Reeffoot Stronghold”
First chapter
[G§XXXIV]: Reeffoot Sconce/Stronghold

§γXVII: “The Palace of Reefroot Kell”
First chapter
[G§XXXV]: The Palace of Reefroot Kell
[§?:CXXXIV]: The Roots of Everwork

§γXVII: “Wedged Carrier Cay”
First chapter
[G§XXXVI]: Wedged Carrier Cay/Skerry?

§γXVII: “Landing on Garret Rock”
First chapter
[G§XXXVII]: Landing on Garret Rock

§γXVII: “The Ivorine Watchtower”
First chapter
[G§XXXVIII]: The Ivorine Watchtower

§γXVII: “Cog to Temple Cay”
First chapter
[G§XXXIX]: Cog to [Shellspire] Temple Cay

§γXVII: “Salskerry”
First chapter
[G§XL]: Salskerry

§γXVII: “Fortress atop the Atoll”
First chapter
[G§XLII]: Fortress atop the Atoll

§γXVII: “Hythe of Atreef Cay”
First chapter
[G§XLIII]: Hythe of Atreef Cay???

§γXVII: “The Freight Galley Great Slate”
First chapter
[G§XLIV]: The Freight Galley Great Slate

§γXVII: “Encounter at Archportal Pass”
First chapter
[G§XLV]: Encounter at Archportal Pass

§γXVII: “Shoal-Dwellers of Mercroft Forrest”
First chapter
[G§XLVI]: Shoal-Dwellers of Mercroft Forest
[§?:CXXXII]: Shoal-Dwellers of Mercroft

§γXVII: “The Bight of Mercroft Channel”
First chapter
[G§XLVII]: The Bight of Mercroft Channel

§γXVII: “The Castle of Isengate Debouche”
First chapter
[G§XLVIII]: The [Castle?] of Isengate Debouche

§γXVII: “Merefirth Cove”
First chapter
[G§XLIX]: Ruins??? Merefirth Cove
[§?:CXL]: Everneath Quarry
[§?:CXLI]: Merefirth

§γXVII: “Mamelons”
First chapter
[G§L]: Mamelons

§γXVII: “Great Os of Cavernwrack”
First chapter
[G§LI]: Great Os of Cavernwrack

§γXVII: “Minewharf Berth”
First chapter
[G§LII]: Minewharf Berth

§γXVII: “Stodgery of the Seeled Sailor”
First chapter
[G§LIII]: Stodgery of the Seeled Sailor

§γXVII: “Cargo Caravel Plenary Plier”
First chapter
[G§LIV]: Cargo Caravel Plenary Plier

§γXVII: “Whelming Threat through Plethoric Depths”
First chapter
[G§LV]: Whelming Threat through Plethoric Depths

§γXVII: “Infirmary”
First chapter
[G§LVI]: Mine head; infirmary; mining town

§γXVII: “The Room & Rum Wrack Inn”
First chapter
[G§LVII]: The Room & Rum Wrack Inn

§γXVII: “Copper Mine”
First chapter
[G§LIX]: Copper Mine

§γXVII: “The Roots of Everwork”
First chapter
[G§LX]: The Roots of Everwork

§γXVII: “Everneath Quarry”
First chapter
[G§LXI]: Everneath Quarry

§γXVII: “Dwarghton Everroot”
First chapter
[G§LXII]: Dwarghton Everroot

§γXVII: “Castle Greybeard”
First chapter
[G§LXIII]: Castle Greybeard

§γXVII: “How Mount Everwork was Wrought”
First chapter
[G§LXIV]: How Mount Everwork was Wrought

§γXVII: “Monitor Wightwin”
First chapter
[G§LXIV]: Monitor Wightwin

§γXVII: “Murrain of Everwork Mountain”
First chapter
[G§LXVII]: Murrain of Everwork Mountain

§γXVII: Something about the Reptillions???
First chapter
[G§LXVIII]: Something about the Reptillions???

§γXVII: “Secret Road of the Serpentry”
First chapter
[G§LXIX]: Secret Road of the Serpentry

§γXVII: “Treading the Wyrm-warrnes”
First chapter
[G§LXX]: Treading the Wyrm-warrens
[§?:CXXXV]: Treading the Wyrm-warrens

§γXVII: “Hoard of the King Firedrake”
First chapter
[G§LXXI]: Hoard of the King Firedrake (Pyropter)
[§?:CXXXVI]: Cavern of the Firedrake

§γXVII: “Towers of Tarn Bale Dam”
First chapter
[G§LXXII]: Towers of Tarn Bale Dam

§γXVII: “The Dammed Tarn Bale”
First chapter
[G§LXXIII]: The Dammed Tarn Bale
[§?:CXLII]: The Dammed Tarn
[§?:CXLIII]: BLANKinver Hythe
[§?:CXLIV]: Beyond Darksome Weirmouth
[§?:CXLV]: Ancillary Weir
[§?:CXLVI]: Landfall on Evermoor
[§?:CXLVII]: Wyrmwere Bane
[§?:CXLVIII]: Elvenheight

§γXVII: “Defile of Calvary”
First chapter
[G§LXXIV]: Defile of Calvary

§γXVII: “Necrotic Weir”
First chapter
[G§LXXV]: Necrotic Weir

§γXVII: “Debouche Morass”
First chapter
[G§LXXVI]: Debouche Morass

§γXVII: “The Bonebed of Evermoor”
First chapter
[G§LXXVII]: The Bonebed of Evermoor

§γXVII: “Cairns of Lich Heath”
First chapter
[G§LXXVIII]: Cairns of Lich Heath

§γXVII: “Pith & Skull Meadhall”
First chapter
[G§LXXIX]: Pith & Skull Meadhall

§γXVII: “Whilom Masters of Mount Everwork”
First chapter
[G§LXXX]: Whilom Masters of Mount Everwork

§γXVII: “The Path Forsaken”
First chapter
[G§LXXXI]: The Path Forsaken

§γXVII: “Drowgsbarrow Pond”
First chapter
[G§LXXXII]: Drowgsbarrow Pond

§γXVII: “Camp of the Woodents”
First chapter
[G§LXXXIII]: Camp of the Woodents (Eontann-)

§γXVII: “Moonelf Outpost”
First chapter
[G§LXXXIV]: Moonelf Outpost

§γXVII: “Sacred Glade of the Moonelves”
First chapter
[G§LXXXV]: Sacred Glade of the Moonelves

§γXVII: “Forbidden City of the Sunelves”
First chapter
[G§LXXXVI]: Forbidden City of the Sunelves

§γXVII: “Ancient Temple of the Moonelves”???
First chapter
[G§LXXXVII]: Ancient Temple??? Of the Moonelves

§γXVII: “Garrison of the Redelven”???
First chapter
[G§LXXXVIII]: Stout Redelf Garrison??? Sconce???

§γXVII: “Redelfton”
First chapter
[G§LXXXIX]: Redelfton
[§?:CXXXVII]: The Redelfton
[§?:CXXXVIII]: Catacombs of the Ettins
[§?:CXXXIX]: The Red Ettin King

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§XC]: Temple of Ichrix???

§γXVII: “Drake Defense Post”???
First chapter
[G§XCII]: Drake Defense Post???

§γXVII: “Guard-house of the Ruind Wall”
First chapter
[G§XCIII]: Guard-house of the ruined wall???

§γXVII: “Guild Hall of the Watchtower Guard”
First chapter
[G§XCIV]: Guild Hall of the Watchtower Guard

§γXVII: “Watchtowers of Grenrift Meander”
First chapter
[G§XCV]: Watchtowers of Grenrift Meander

§γXVII: “Gates of the Trammeling Walls”
First chapter
[G§XCVI]: Gates of the Trammeling Walls

§γXVII: “Nightelf Encampment”
First chapter
[G§XCVII]: Nightelf Encampment

§γXVII: “Guiver Lich Viaduct”
First chapter
[G§XCVIII]: Guiver Lich ¿¿¿Viaduct???

§γXVII: “Guiver’s End Peel Tower”
First chapter
[G§XCIX]: Guiver’s End Peel Tower

§γXVII: “Aqueduct Temple of the Hewnstone Lion”
First chapter
[G§CI]: Aqueduct Temple of the Hewnstone Lion

§γXVII: “The Old Cob Farmhouse”
First chapter
[G§CIII]: The Old Cob Farmhouse

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CIV]: Streets of ?Barovia?

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CV]: Necromage Safehouse

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CVI]: Temple of the Stormdrake

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CVII]: Abandoned Rectory???

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CIX]: Hamlet

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CX]: House of Shades

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXI]: Stormdrake

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXIII]: Oracle of the Rowan
[§?:CXLIX]: Oracle of the Rowan

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXIV]: Leimonyads

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXV]: The Foot of Mount Everwork

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXVI]: Mine in Misuse

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXVII]: Derelict Delf

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXVIII]: The Old Pump Mill / Stulm

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXIX]: Sump / Viridescent Salse Fields

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXX]: Mountainfoot Temple

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXI]: Guarded Cesspool

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXII]: Muck Mamelon Mound

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXIII]: Secrets of Everwork’s Slopes

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXIV]: Cavate Crawling

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXV]: Cliffside Caves & Crevices
[§?:CL]: Traversing the Wealdring
[§?:CLI]: Upper Slopes of Everwork
[§?:CLII]: Surmount of the Underside
[§?:CLIII]: The Cliffside City

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXVI]: Surmount of the Netherside

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXVII]: Juttying Ledges of Netherwrought

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXVIII]: Some kind of city, above/below???

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXIX]: Skep of the Vespidons [??s?] (polistine nests are flat, much smaller, and more numerous) gall wasp / mud dauber

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXX]: Underledge City

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXI]: The Hanging Palace

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXII]: Honeycombs of the Meliferan Hive

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXIII]: Emergence in Ridgewood
[§?:CLIV]: Emergence in Everwood

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXIV]: Defenses of Atridge Forest

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXV]: Woodelf Outpost

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXVI]: Elfton Accar
[§?:CLV]: Amid the Treetops
[§?:CLVI]: Elfton Accar

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXVII]: Amid the Treetops

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXVIII]: Decision at Elfmoot
[§?:CLVII]: Elfmoot

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXXXIX]: Wizard’s Tower

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXL]: Welkinkeep Skyfort

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLI]: Flight to Havencomb Wharf

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLII]: Requiem Oakhaven
[§?:CLVIII]: Requiem Oakhaven

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLV]: Oracle of the Oaks
[§?:CLIX]: Endurance Lorn
[§?:CLX]: Oracle of the Oaks
[§?:CLXI]: Barrows Aisle
[§?:CLXII]: Ruins of Trinity
[§?:CLXIII]: Raptrices of the Grave
[§?:CLXIV]: Knell Stithy Mischance
[§?:CLXV]: Neath Trinity’s Fanes
[§?:CLXVI]: Welcome to Dwarrowdeep
[§?:CLXVII]: Halls of Silverndelf
[§?:CLXVIII]: Dwarfsbane of Isendelf
[§?:CLXIX]: The Labyrinth of Dwarrowdeep
[§?:CLXX]: Threat of the Ettinburrows
[§?:CLXXI]: The Great Plain of Nethervale
[§?:CLXXII]: Battleground of the Yettinwars
[§?:CLXXIII]: The Sistren Huldra
[§?:CLXXIV]: Together Clash Horde Against Threat Before Host Athwart Mass Afore Throng, and Fuck Each as Thunderously and as Mightily into the Other Did They as the Keel through the Swan-road’s Frothy Swells Cleft belike a Supple Pome Riven by a Sword of Adamance Forged·
[§?:CLXXV]: The Stirring of Everdrake
[§?:CLXXVI]: Rimedwarrow & Rimethurs
[§?:CLXXVII]: The Draugs of Barrowton Underberm
[§?:CLXXVIII]: The Ancient Aqueduct
[§?:CLXXIX]: Raptrices of the Ice
[§?:CLXXXIII]: Cities of Rime
[§?:CLXXXIV]: Rimeberm Ridge
[§?:CLXXXV]: Cave of the Crystal Stair
[§?:CLXXXVI]: Mounting the Great Wall
[§?:CLXXXVII]: Approach of the Summit
[§?:CLXXXVIII]: Eldritch Gardens
[§?:CLXXXIX]: The Theocracy’s Counsel
[§?:CXC]: Fruits of Gnosis
[§?:CXCI]: Serenity’s Sacrifice
?p?????µ ?e?ta: Exegesis
[?§I]: The Emerald Forest
[?§II]: Idylls of E
[?§III]: +phemera
[?§IV]:
[?§V]: Passing Away

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLVII]: Striation

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLVIII]: Sphynx’s Pass

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXLIX]: Upon the Filaceous ?? Bearing

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CL]: Filipendulous Fiends

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLI]: Barrows Aisle

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLII]: Ruins of Trinity

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLIII]: Raptrices of the Grave

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLIV]: Stithy Mischance

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLV]: Neath the Fanes of Trinity

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLVII]: Ingress of Dwarrowdeep Mine

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLVIII]: The Great Delves of Dwarrowdeep

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLIX]: Shining Halls of Silverndelf

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLX]: The Citadel of Diamondelf

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXI]: The Chieftain of Isendelf’s Thegns

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXII]: Dwarfsbane of The Deep

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXIII]: Into the Spherinth’s Outlet

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXIV]: Route of the Rust Lice

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXV]: Forges of Crucible Foundry

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXVI]: The Automataur’s Foundry

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXVII]: The Central Chamber??

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXVIII]: Egress through the Entryng

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXIX]: The Ettinburrows

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXX]: The Ettin (eotann) King > Ettinking

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXI]: Catacombs of the Ettins

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXII]: Tomb of the Mountainthurs

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXIII]: Cavern of the Frozen Tarn

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXIV]: The Great Ice Plane

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXV]: Frozen Ponds of the Moraines

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXVI]: Window over the Headwall

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXVII]: Beyond the BLANK???

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXVIII]: Amidst Darkness and Fulgor

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXIX]: Beasts of the Frozen Verges

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXX]: ¡¿Redoubt of Castle Yettincomb?!5

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXI]: Jagged Rocks of the Rimeland

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXII]: Attack by the Snow-Orcs

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXIII]: The Beacon of Dusk ___

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXIV]: Huldra Sistren of Dusk ___

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXV]: Tracking the Hoaryettins (geottan-)

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXVI]: Ambush by the Darkyettins (geottan-)

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXVII]: The Path to Os Nadir

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXVIII]: Ritual atop Cromlech Maw

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CLXXXIX]: The Belly of Swartyettinyard?

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXC]: Navigating

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCI]: Rimethur Castle

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCII]: The Black Rimethur of Everwork

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCIII]: Snowdwarrows of Everglaze

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCIV]: The Draugswick Glen Barrow-wights

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCV]: Uprise? of the Frostbeards

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCVI]: The Stirring of Everdrake

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCVII]: Arrival of the Alerions

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCVIII]: Vomitory (amphitheater/stadium entrance)

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CXCIX]: Raptrices of the Ice

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CC]: Ice Creatures of the Court

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCI]: Labors of Abomination
[§?:CLXXX]: Labors of Abomination
[§?:CLXXXI]: The Ancient Aqueduct
[§?:CLXXXII]: The Laboratory

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCII]: Abominator’s Laboratory

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCIII]: Tower??

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCIV]: Cryoduct of the Arête

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCV]: Trek athwart Everberm

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCVI]: Horrors of the Hommocks

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCVII]: City of Ice

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCVIII]: Nightfall on the Berm

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCIX]: Climb of the Crystal Stair

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCX]: Mounting the Great Wall

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXI]: Perron up the Arête

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXII]: Wending Woodward

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXIII]: Final Egression

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXIV]: The Eldritch Garden

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXV]: Hidden Quintessence
[G§CCXVI]: Trinuclear Something
[G§CCXVII]: Binuclear
[G§CCXVIII]: Mononuclear

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXIX]: The Theocracy’s Counsel

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXX]: Fruits of Gnosis

§γXVII: “Temple of Ichrix”
First chapter
[G§CCXXI]: Serenity’s Sacrifice

?p?????µ G-??µµa: Diegesis (heterogenous, rustication, litany)
Hemegesis [Beta/?eta]: Diegesis

Notes & Fodder

Stuff to sort out and integrate

Verdure, percitous, diadem, frondage, caprice, rugose, moribund, gossamer, larimar, Incipient, sortie, culvert, routed, fief, retinue, tennated, scauper, howe, oxbow, faded iridescent wolfram slag bubbling and frothing about “tufts”? of nacreous grey crystalline clusters, vitriol, blue vitriol, green vitriol, white vitriol, wain, antemural, ambit, machicolation, merlon and embrasure/crenel/crenellation, curtain wall, murder holes, balistrary, hirsute, vertex/vertices, vapid, moll, opulent/opulence, hale, adact, pulsive, astringe, sabelline, salacious, saliferous, salamandroid, selenomancy, selenolatry, selliform, moribund, garrote, rapprochement, ossific, schloss, dint, amanuensis, Abyssal Alkahest and Annealing Aglaophotis (conqueror worm, blood-red, “nevermore”, alkahest / aglaophotis), decrepitude, remiss, slag, barbican, gantry, saccade, belfry/carillon, trestle, derrick/mooring mast/turtleback, brattice, overtower, bestride/astride, begrudge, epicycle/epicycloids, fullery, ostensible/ostensibly, gallery, caliginous/caligation, turret/turrical/turriform/pyrgoidal/turriferous, minaret, mirador, bartizan, baluster, balustrade, twee, turnspit, twizzle, regalia, “steeply raked”, grenadier/sentinel/vedette/vidette, gateposts, outstation, wardmote, borsholder, thitherward, forfend, obviate, tipstaff, mortar & pestle, chattle, chattel, replevin/replevy, askance, wain, mein/mien?, statuary, gibbet, traipse/traipsing, glib/glibly, mete, churl, mudge, serfdom/thralldom/vassalage, clink (echoic), stanchion, dulcet, lummox, shin/shinny, usury, variag, comradeship, rigmarole, tankard, canticle, supine, capitulate/capitulation, recapitulate/recapitulation, pallet, palette, haggard, pawl, stele, abstinence, confection, ingot, acerbity, asperity, astringence, stringency, infrigidate, temper, berge (spyglass), belike (likely), beloid (arrow-shaped), belvedere, benific, beneficiate, bezel (face of a cut gem), defrock, bengaline, totter, eyrie, cere, cerecloth, truncheon, theurgy, thaumaturgy, glean, palpate/palpable, dodder, acrid, indolence, hegemony, exultation, tooled, convulse, bier, favor, denunciate/denunciation, discomfiture, rueful/ruefully, portend/portent, ineffable, samite, sagathy, gaposis/gaposes, chine, dais / catafalque, abase, parietal eye / third eye, solenoidal (grip), fell (upland pasture, moor, thicket; highland plateau; mountain, hill, tract of upland moor) / fell (pelt), down (sand hill, dune), blackthorn, torchwood, castanets, chamfer, manteltree, briarroot, viscous, billet, shim, veneer, hornpipe, reconnoiter, careworn, founder (v.), myopic, burlap, mapcase, supplicant/supplicate/suppliant, supple, pliant, placate, obdurate, lissome/lissome/lithe/lithesome, supply, plenary, voluble, lubber, lubberwort, lubworm, aslant, caligation, heuristic, bequest / bequeath, quest / queath, retinue, forthwith, rejoinder, bolster, canopy bed, brazier, phosphene, aureole, scintillate/scintillating, pointillistic, frieze, inauguration, hornbook, din, whelped, immurement, taut, clarion, sluice, tussock (tussocked, tussocky), hillock/hummock/knoll, hag/hammock/hummock, hommock, narrows, peneplain, bardiche, voulge / lochaber axe, sovnya, atgeir, hewing-spear, bident, xyston, goad, brandistock, meteor hammer, rope dart, twin star (my invention: meteor hammer + Morningstar heads), Morningstar whip or whip flail (my invention), grapnel whip (my invention), bludgeon flail or dire flail (my invention), dudgeon/dagger whip (my invention), knife whip (D&D’s invention), knout, whip chain, urumi, flanged mace (pernach, shestopyor), toggling harpoon, double flute harpoon (with two flues) and single flute harpoon (with one flue) spiculum, peltarion, aspis, hoplon, harrow/harry, pillory, scaphism, immure/immurement, inviolate, pad (tread/gate/pace), torches set in sconces, girth, “paled with fury”, chiton (with himation) or monochiton (without himation), worn with a zoster (belt), chide, fix (gaze), surfeit, ignoble/ignobly, reverie, lay flush, holler, arête, cove (in mountainside), sortie, striate/striated (fluted, striped, threaded?), spinule, triffids (monsterous plants), ironwood (extinct European relative of African Blackwood / Mpingo or Ebony), grist, giant grouper, quipper (probably refers to an extinct, Eurasian, temperate-water piranha, tigerfish, or perch of the sunfish family with the body shape of a Flier _Centrarchus macropterus_ and coloration of Yellow perch), largemouth quipper (probably an extinct Eurasian perch related or superficially similar to the largemouth bass), great quipper (probably refers to temperate-water Eurasian tigerfish closely related to Hydrocynus goliath or “Mbenga” now restricted to remote parts of the Congo river, or a larger relative of the Eurasian temperate-water piranha or sunfish), giant large mouth quipper (huge, basal perciforme as large as the giant sea bass and similar in appearance to the freshwater large mouth bass or a colossal, extinct, temperate water Eurasian tigerfish lurks in lakeweed, freshwater kelp forests / canopies / stipitates / prostrates / benthic / encrusting / beds (brown, red, green, and bluegreen algae growing in thallids each comprising a meristem, holdfast, stipe, blades/fronds), whale quipper (similar in appearance to the giant grouper but with enormous interlocking teeth like the Goliath Tigerfish giving it the look of a huge, bloated piranha), hammerhead catfish (catfish with a cephalofoil), sheatfish (Wels catfish), Kali River goonch attacks, esox / pikefish / pickerel / lucy / ged (spike), pikeperch, pikeminnows (squawfish), nursewt? (fusiform shape with neck tapering anteriorly down to a slightly blunted tip just forward of large side-mounted eyes rather than a large, spade-shaped head with the bulging, raised eyes of most ewts whose anterior jaw narrows abruptly into a comparatively slenderer neck and torso; posterior cervical, thoracic, and anterior lumbatic vertebral spines modified into a tall, anteriorly angled and posteriorly rounded, serrated shark-like dorsal fin with a similar, albeit smaller adipose fin modified from the anterior caudal vertebrae with the usual truncated homocercal ventral caudal fin with its inferior edge extended emarginately beyond the posterior tip modified nether the kirk of its tail at the base of its flexible caudal peduncle into the lower lobe of a heterocercal caudal fin in the vertically asymmetrical fluked shape of an epicercal tail, and the flattened blah blah arms) scorpioch (giant scorpion), perython (winged hart or hind), chrysaor (winged warthog/boar), pegasine (winged horse), bruinowl (bear with owl’s head and eagle’s beak) / keythong (lion with eagle’s head) / opynyceine (opinicus/opinicine -- winged keythong) / alce (keythong talon forelegs) / gryphon (winged alce) / hieracosphynx (lion with falcon’s head) / hieracopterosphynx?, criosphinx (ram-headed sphinx) > criopterosphinx, androsphinx/gynosphinx > andropterosphinx/gynopterosphinx > manticore/mantichora > baric [baricos] > scorpiobaric, martlet (blood-sucking hummingbird with an extra, smaller pair of wings where the legs should be), seine, pediment, quoits, crine, Proteus/protean, naiant (swimming) / embowed (bowed) / hauriant (jumping) / addorsed (back to back), winnow, 3½ , batten/tarpaulin/hatch/scuttle/deck, tarpaulin < tarpauling < tarpalling < tarpall / tarpalling, vitreous / hyaline / hyaloid / translucent, vitreosity / transparent / pellucid / lucid / diaphanous / translucent / tralucent / relucent / limpid / clear / serene / crystalline / transpicuous / glassy / hyaline / hyaloid / vitreform, transparence / transparency / clarity / translucence / translucency / diaphaneity / lucidity / pellucidity / limpidity / fluorescence / transillumination / translumination. transparent medium / glass / crystal / lymph / vitrite, commorance/commorancy/commorant, flay/decorticate, exuvate/molt, epicarp/integument/tegument, garrote (scarf, piano wire – any kind of strangling weapon), sprang, loom, potsherds, lodestone, lodestar, berm / natural building & earth sheltering; earth berming / in-hill construction / underground construction / fully recessed construction, pipes and timbrels, sward, straightway, propound, polity, barghest (orc-bear or orc-wolf), cu-sith (fay hunting dog, black dog) / cait-sith or cat-sith (fay cat), Mandrake / Alraun (plant elementals), gigelorum/gigelore/giol-daoram (germ), bluatschink/bloodshank (humanoid, upper body of a black bear or black dog), mantygre/montegre/satyral/lympago (like a bearded manticore with ram-horns, and no quills, and tiger stripes), Carcolh or Lou Carcolh (giant limpet snail with a shell the size of small hill or large house, with a gaping mouth surrounded by tentacles and capable of stretching out of its shell/lair for miles to catch prey), tarasque, tarasca (winged tarasque), peluda (dragon, related to tarasque and maybe succotortoise), Aspidochelone / Dastitocalon (dragon turtle, sea tarasque), Svipdag’s species, Fafnir’s species, lindworm, apologue, unbosoming, score/tale, canard, salse (mud volcsno; mud pot), pelagic (midwater) trawler / pelagic (midwater) stern trawler, Mediterranean demersal / groundfishes (plaice, sole, turbot, halibut, stingray, stargazer, flounder, bluespotted ribbontail ray, great hammerhead, Mediterranean hagfish, sea lamprey), lamprey, tubeworm, Canvey island monster, belie, ampoule/ampule, phial/vial, tankard/canticle [?], dredge/dragnet, dray, berlin (covered carriage), berline (sled/sledge/dray), elephantry (howdah/sedan/carriage), quadriga (two-wheeled carriage drawn by four draught animals), chaise, surrey (vehicle), docent/docentship, entourage, acrimony, rancor, perpetuity / eternity / everness / aye / sempiternity / immortality / athanasia / interminability / agelessness / everlastingness / perpetuation / continued existence / perennity, quadrifid (split into four), quadrifoliate (having four leaves), quadral (in four parts), quadrigeminal (in four similar or equal parts), quadrel (square block of brick), plinth, gallery (upper level of a church, long narrow corridor, &c. look up for more details), sagittarial?/beloid, puture, puy (small volcanic cone), pycnomorphous (dense, compact), pycnosis (thickening), pycnostyle (having closely spaced columns), pygial (belonging or pertaining to the rump), pygyia (pain in the rump), pygmachy (boxing, fighting with clubs), pyknic (characterized by short stature), pyogenic (pus-forming), pyoid (purulent, pus-like), palisades (cliffs), tumefy (swell), tumefacient (causing to swell), tumescent (tending to swell), turgent (swollen), turgid (swollen, inflated), tumid (inflated, falsely sublime, bombastic), tumular (consisting of a mound), tumultuary (chaotic, haphazard), tund (to beat, to thump), tunicate (covered in layers), pagoda (free-standing, tiered watchtower with multiple eaves, usually of oriental design) / stupa / chorten / religuary / mandala, Pilaster, brattice, barbican, (dual-towered gatehouse, necked with a walled corridor to the structure), gatehouse, bartizan, turret, crenel, pier (such as supporting a causeway or parapet), socle, plinth, kern, garret, turrical (of, like, or pertaining to a tower or turret; turret-like), turriferous (bearing towers), turriform (shaped like a tower), pyrgoidal (tower-shaped), pagoda (free-standing watchtower usually of oriental design) / stupa / chorten / religuary / mandala, great wall (brims, gateways, battlements, garrisons, parapets?, [….]), fusillade / cannonade / fusiliere / fusileer / musketeer / fusil (light, flint-lock musket), sconce, baston, precocity, adduce, awash (replete),

swivel, swive, swift.
Osculation, osculate, osculatory; tacnode?

Thicket, grove, copse, coppice, woods, boscage/boskage (mass noun),

horripilate/horripilation, lugubrios,

Candescent (glowing hotly), candent (heated to whiteness), candela (unit of luminous intensity), Canescent (hoary, tending to become white or grey), canities (whiteness of the hair),

capeline (small isen skullcap or surgical bandage for stump of amputated limb),

Cavalry, camelry, elephantry,
Caparison (ornamental covering for a horse)
Caple (horse)

Alicorn, moley, Sacred Herb, opiate,

Victuals, confections,

Tankard, canticle, calyx, chalice, cannikin,

Callow (unfledged, under-experienced), callipygous / callipygian,

Calipace – the carapace on a turtle, tortoise, tarasque, peluda, or tarasca.
Chelonian – pertaining to turtles and tortoises

Cheliform (shaped like a claw), cheliferous (be
Canaliculate (to groove or channel lengthwise)

Crape –- a light cotton, linen, hemp, BLANK, silk, or other fabric with a fine ridged or crinkled surface; a something made from crape (i.e. “a crape dress”); a black crape armband worn indicatively of mourning; a crape dress or other apparel especially intended as funerary cerements;

Cerements (vestments for the dead).

Chawdron/chaudron -- intestines

capillaceous (hair-like)
capreolate (having or resembling tentacles)
bifurcate, bifurcation, bifurcately; trifurcate, quadrufurcate, &c. divaricately, divaricator,
Bird wing (pinions, mantle, patagium); bat wing (propatagium, dactylopatagium, plagiopatagium, uropatagium); pterosaur wing (propatagium, brachiopatagium, [uropatagium or cruropatagium]); gliding species (patagium); lepidopterans (patagium);
Patagium
Propatagium
Dactylopatagium
Plagiopatagium
Uropatagium
Brachiopatagium
Cruropatagium
Petrifaction (to petrify; to transform into stone)
Ignify (to form into fire)
Ignescent
Ignigenous
Ignivomous
Igniferous
Ignifluous (flowing with fire)
Ignipotent / ignipotence
[§?:XXIII]: Huayne/Huaina; Hyænanthrope / Anthropuayna (werehyæn/hyenakin/hyænafolk)|| Muran/Murines; Muranthrope – arouraios > Arouræx/Arouræces (ratlings/ratkin/ratfolk)
[§?:XXIV]: Lacertian/Lizard,
[§?:XXV]: Symphysis, iterative, precocial, superprecocial, megapode,
[§?:XXVI]: Integer, mill, chide, foist, demur, turitern,
[§?:XXVII]: · ??? ??
[§?:XXVIII]: ?(?_??)
[§?:XXIX]: ??????
[§?:XXX]: +n+(?_?)+n+
[§?:XXXI]: (¯_¯_¯(_____¯¯¯¯¯¯(¯_¯__¯?_¯a_¯?_¯l_¯b_¯o_¯r_¯o_¯¯ _¯_¯_¯()
[§?:XXXII]: caldera, cirque, fumarole, geyser, volcano
[§?:XXXIII]: Cloister (arcaded, covered walkway around a usually monastic courtyard)
[§?:XXXIV]: Calypso (fashion in which women wear a knot in their tops to expose their midriffs/waists)
[§?:XXXV]: Thionoline (fluorescent crystal)
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Carnary = charnel house
Film: Goatherd
Caravaggio
THE DESCENT OF THE DRYAD
Novelized by Xavier Sloane
Based on the Ancient Palæoboreanic Epic
As translated by Dr. Graven Foster-Kent

About 80,000 words
Contributors & Credits:
Written material:
? Xavier P. Sloane: Novelization, The Descent of the Dryad
? Kennard E. Daley: Introduction, Evolving Origins of Humankind
? Richard G. Lovecraft: Protasis, The Eve of an Earlier Dawn
? Alexandria K. Cartwright: Preface, Tale of the Descent
? Graven J. Foster-Kent, Sr.: Prologue, Translating an Epic
Other contributions:
? Graven J. Foster-Kent, Sr.: First complete translation of the original Paleoboreanic epic, Drisconye Drayadavedha (“The Descent of the Dryad”), into English
? Dustin J. Scott: Color illustrations & other artistic representations, including ink sketches of artifacts and reproductions of glyphs, blah, and blah
? Aneister _. Crowley: Photographic representations of artifacts
? The chief ingredient in Zombinol is Trioxin 245, clinical trials show it haults antisocial/noncompliant behavior and cures most complication resulting from death!
? Scott _. Crowley: Original musical scores in modern western musical notation written to accompany Xavier Sloane’s translated lyrics.
Table of Contents:
lacrimal bone
girdle bone
cuneiform bone
bone ash
hyoid bone
zygomatic bone
sutural bone
cuttle bone
malar bone
bone whale
wishing bone
thigh bone
dry bone
quadrate bone
red bone marrow
innominate bone
bone black
t-bone steak
unciform bone
wrist bone
a bone of contention
occipital bone
triquetral bone
quadratojugal bone
ruell bone
bone oil
bone turquoise
trapezium bone
pterygoid bone
bone dust
carpal bone
bone setter
bone earth
bone lace
stifle bone
temporal bone
petrosal bone
semilunar bone
hip bone
plate bone
leg bone
tarsal bone
navicular bone
turbinate bone
odontoid bone
collar bone
trapezoid bone
bone cave
rider`s bone
cartilage bone
elbow bone
nasal bone
hamate bone
canon bone
cheek bone
cramp bone
bone breccia
bone marrow
presphenoid bone
whale`s bone
yellow bone marrow
round bone
exercise bone
bone shark
pyramidal bone
bone up
ethmoid bone
coffin bone
funny bone
wedge bone
cannon bone
long bone
lunate bone
bone spavin
rewel bone
tympanic bone
haunch bone
a bone to pick
to pick a bone with
rowel bone
wormian bone
tail bone
tongue bone
ischial bone
crazy bone
huckle bone
ankle bone

re·li·gion
–noun
1.
a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, esp. when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
2.
a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects: the Christian religion; the Buddhist religion.
3.
the body of persons adhering to a particular set of beliefs and practices: a world council of religions.
4.
the life or state of a monk, nun, etc.: to enter religion.
5.
the practice of religious beliefs; ritual observance of faith.
6.
something one believes in and follows devotedly; a point or matter of ethics or conscience: to make a religion of fighting prejudice.
7.
religions, Archaic . religious rites.
8.
Archaic . strict faithfulness; devotion: a religion to one's vow.
—Idiom
9.
get religion, Informal .
a.
to acquire a deep conviction of the validity of religious beliefs and practices.
b.
to resolve to mend one's errant ways: The company got religion and stopped making dangerous products.
________________________________________
Origin:
1150–1200; ME religioun (< OF religion ) < L religion- (s. of religio ) conscientiousness, piety, equiv. to relig ( are ) to tie, fasten ( re- re- + ligare to bind, tie; cf. ligament) + -ion- -ion; cf. rely

Hemegesis Zero {?p?????µ ??d??}
§O: Mimegesis


“Paleoanthropology is not a science that ends with the discovery of a bone. One has to have the original to work with. It is a life-long task.”
-- Richard Leakey

“Freedom is the right to live as we wish.”
Epictetus



Antegesis
Foreword:

Contributed by
Dr.
P
University of Cascadia

The 2003 C.E.


Antegesis
Prolegomenon: Evolving Origins of Humankind

Contributed by
Dr. Kennard Eddison Daley, Ph.D.
Paleoanthropologist & Paleoprimatologist
University of Cascadia

The 2003 C.E.

Order: Primata (Primates)
Suborder: Prosimia (Lemurs, Bush-Babies, Aye-Ayes)
Suborder: Simia (Monkeys, Apes, Humans)
Infraorder: Platyrrhinea (New-World Monkeys)
Infraorder: Catirrhinea (Old-World Monkeys)
Superfamily: baboons and shit>
Superfamily: hominoidae (Hominoids; Apes)
Family: hylobatidae (Lesser Apes)
Family: pongidae (Pongids; Great Apes)
Subfamily:
Genus: Pongo sp.
Species: Pongo pygmaeus ssp. (Orang-utans)
Subfamily:
Genus: Gorilla sp.
Species: Gorilla gorilla ssp. (Gorillas)
Genus: Pan sp.
Species: Pan troglodytes ssp. (Chimpanzees)
Species: Pan paniscus ssp. (Bonobos or “Pygmy Chimps”)
Family: hominidae (Hominids; Great-Brained Apes)
Subfamily:
Genus: Homo sp.
Species: Homo sapiens ssp. (Humans)

Blah, blah-blah.
Homo heidelbergensis dwarfensis??
Homo neanderthalensis dwarfensis??
Homo heidelbergensis giganteus??
Homo neanderthalensis giganteus??
!!Homo robustus dwarfiensis!!
!!Homo robustus giganteus!!
Homo sapiens heidelbergensis dwarfensis??
Homo sapiens neanderthalensis dwarfensis??
Homo sapiens heidelbergensis giganteus??
Homo sapiens neanderthalensis giganteus??
¿¿Homo sapiens robustus dwarfensis??
¿¿Homo sapiens robustus giganteus??
Homo alvinus / Homo sapiens alvinus
Homo gracilis alvinus / Homo sapiens gracileus
Homo (sapiens) alvinus albinus
Homo (sapiens) alvinus negris



Antegesis
Protasis: The Eve of an Earlier Dawn

Contributed by
Dr. Richard Riley Lovecraft, Ph.D.
Archeologist & Physical Anthropologist
Olympic Peninsular University

“Anthropological, biological, and genetic evidence all put the origin of modern humans at between 200,000 and 100,000 years ago, probably in Africa. There is also much data that show an outburst of cultural behavior occurring around 50,000-40,000 years ago in Europe. That’s when archaeologists date the oldest evidence of burial ceremonies, body ornaments, and cave paintings.” -- William Cromie
On the morning of April 3rd, 2003 C.E., marine archeologist Dr. Jenna Pedersen of Lahrs-Yeoman University set off on a cooperative expedition of chiefly British, French, Greek, and Turkish scientists accompanying a diving team consisting of nearly two dozen post-graduates from the Société de Recherche Nautique et Découverte Archéologique du Méditerranéen (Mediterranean Nautical Research and Archeological Discovery Society) of France, the ???????? ??st?t??t? O?ea????af???? ???a???????? ??e??a (Ellenico ?nstitoýto Oceanograficon Arçaiologice Éreyna -- Hellenic Institue for Oceanographic Archeological Research) of Greece, and the Turkish Deniz Arkeolojik Kesif Toplumu or D.A.K.T. (Marine Archæological Research Society, or M.A.R.S. of Turkey) into the Celician waters off the southern coast of the Mediterranean Basin’s Anatolian Peninsula in search of evidence for Celto-Etruscan overseas trade with the aboriginal Anatolians of around twenty-five hundred years ago suspected by a significant minority of archæologists, at a site rumored by local fishermen and recreational divers to hide an undersea “City Reef” comprising human structures of immemorial antiquity; undaunted by assurances from previous wreck divers that nothing was to be found in these sparkling beryl-blue waters but “meadows of seagrass, batteries of Spet Barracuda, coral reefs, prowling Bull Sharks, speedy swordfish, roaming Great Whites, swarms of prawns, ravenous Mako Sharks, and some very territorial, very hungry Roman Eels and other Morays,” and, according to the dubious tales of hoary old seamen, retired fishermen and impoverished former Turkish naval sailors being by leagues most prominent among them, “Octopuses that would sometimes pull the longboats and [[[skiffs/sloops]]] crabbers and other small fishermen under, dragging them to the sea floor like a miniaturized tropical form of latter-day Kraken legends, some of which even ventured to posit that such octopuses were the offspring of Kraken, which either used the Mediterranean Sea as its nest or kept a nearby spawning territory,” while even more superstitious fellows claimed that the Roc or Rukh, in this scenerio a great sea hawk or unusually voracious giant gull or albatross, would on occasion be pressured by lack of large prey to follow the Tigris and Euphrates rivers which cradled human civilization during its infancy, to plunder the Mid-Earthen Sea of its bullsharks, sturgeons, and other fishes huge by reputation or documentation, and had been responsible for the extinction of dozens of large sea animals in the region, of which the oldtimers reckoned about a third were now believed by rational, skeptical sorts to have been mythical or legendary beasts that never existed in the first, not unlike the Roc itself (Pedersen 2003). The team embarked upon R.V. Lara II at 0400 (four of clock, antemeridian/AM), loaned and partly crewed by the Oceanographic Surveilance Society of the United Kingdoms, or O.S.S.U.K., and captained by Rowland Cooper of B.I.N.A.R., the British Institute for Nautical Archæological Research, and departed from the port of Alanya, Antalya province , Turkey, guided by local Captain Esref Adivar and his commercial midwater trawler, F.V. Ates Mirza, to a starting destination within sight of the timeless Cilician Gates marking the Gülek Pass through the Taurus Mountain Range via the River Gökoluk Gorge, immediately across the Pamphylian promontory marking the northeastern corner of the Gulf of Antalya. Upon the eighth day of the planned six-week expedition under U.S. American marine archeologist Dr. Pedersen and British Captain Cooper, after a week of searching the Gulf of Antalya’s eastern seabed between the Teke Penninsula, headland promontory first seen on the approach from Crete where western Pamphylia joined eastern Celicia, and the island-nation known today as Crete, and fully six days after the departure of Ates Mirza from the port of Antalya which lies visibly across Teke and Pamphylia from the Taurus Mountain Range and its cleaving Gökoluk Gorge [[[[wither/whence???]]]] the Tigris and Euphrates rivers of modern Iraq’s desertlands, ancient and mighty Babylon with its primitive aquaducts and multi-tiered building-top “hanging” gardens, gated and masonry-walled capital city of lush and fertile Babylonia, first of all nation-states, and the antedating city-states that included the would-be eponymous Babylon and her contemporaries such as Uruk and Ur, and their temples where the cults of the earliest Chaldean gods like the Yahweh cult called the Habiru (prototypical Hebrews who practiced monolatry, having as yet no concept of monotheism) among the vast Sumerian wilderness of proto-historic Sumer [[[[originated/terminated???]]]], the crew of Lara II were growing discouraged. Despite what local rumor bore on the matter, assurances from previous wreck divers attempting to find the legendary city-reef???? that no trace of any such ruin awaited discovery began haunting the mind of Dr. Pedersen and had been foremost on Captain Cooper’s thoughts since the first day of this, his second venture to the eastern Gulf of Antalya made in the attempt to discover the ruin of [[[the city-reef???]]].
It wasn’t always a Celto-Etruscan trading post on ancient Anatolian shores; sometimes it was a Proto-Greek colony built along the migratory route from Crete to Morea, or an early sea portal constructed by itinerant Kurgans of ambitious design, or a Proto-Semitic tie between the Afro-Asiatic people of pre-dynastic Egypt and a prehistorically influential Proto-Indo-European population antecedent to the Proto-Greek and Proto-Germanic peoples, or a refuge for ancient Dacian corsairs of the Black Sea whither pursuers would be forced to navigate the islands of the labyrinthine BLANK Sea to reach, or a traders’ hub of import to the ancient Egyptian-Hebrew alliance during the Nubian conquest of Lower Egypt, or even the proposed inspiration for Plato’s alleged Egyptian origin of the story of Atlantis, BLANK being replaced by the BLANK Strait referred to as the “Pillars of Hercules” prior to the Strait of Gibraltar in Plato’s rendition or the much later Golden Age of Piracy’s original inspiration for the pirate-paradise Libertalia (or Libertania) reputed to lie on the western coast of Madagascar; most of Lara II’s regular crew had heard these and many other stories behind the origin of the city-reef before this most recent expedition, as had many of the divers, having crewed previous expeditions to find the ruin aboard other vessels, while those who’d only recently joined the ship’s regular crew and divers crewing their first mission to find the elusive ruin had grown weary over the course of the five foregone days of hearing stories behind a city they grew increasingly convinced existed only in fable.
Upon the sixth day of the six-week expedition headed by the United States marine archeologist Jenna Pedersen, after five days spent scanning the eastern half of the small gulf’s sea floor failed to bear a modicum of data useful for anything but elimination of possible sites in the detection of their quarry, the divers and scientists were plying hope’s exhaustion when finally, as they searched near the Teke Peninsula at the western intersection of the Gulf of Antalya with the outlying Cilician Sea of the east Mediterranean, an awesome serendipity occurred:

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Isagoge: Homo borealis, The Borean Man

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Dr.
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U

The 2003 C.E.


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Prolusion: Kindred of the Borean Man

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Dr.
P
U

The 2003 C.E.


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Exordium: The First Empires

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Dr.
Paleo
University

The 2003 C.E.


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Programma: Boreanic Myth & Legend

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Dr.
Folklorist, Mythographer & Paleomythologist
University

The 2003 C.E.


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Overture: Fact or Fantasy?

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Dr.
Mythographer & Paleoprimatologist
Evergreen State Paranormal Analysis

The 2003 C.E.


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Prelude: The Sovereignty Cycle

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Dr.
Paleoanthropologist & Paleomythologist
Evergreen State Paranormal Society

The 2003 C.E.


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Preface: The Sovereignty Cycle

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Dr.
Mythographer & Paleomythologist
Evergreen State Paranormal Society

The 2003 C.E.


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Prologue: Translating an Epic

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Dr. Graven Liam Foster-Kent Sr., Ph.D.
Philologist, Literary Historian & Cryptographer
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.
Oddfellows County Chapter of the University-Led Training Initiative of Satellite Teaching Support (O.C.C.U.L.T.I.S.T.)



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Proem: A New Age in Antiquity

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Dr.
Folklorist & Mythographer
College

The 2003 C.E.


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The Treasury of Archæomordax and the Feal Axes of Dundwarghtrove
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Dr.
Cultural Anthropologist & Comparative Mythographer
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.


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Conception: A Phantasy Borne of Myth

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Dr.
Ph
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.


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Inception:

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Dr.
Ph
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.


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Prelim:

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Dr.
Ph
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.


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Introduction:

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Dr.
Ph
Oddfellows Community College

The 2003 C.E.