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Castle Terribel: And the Mountain Cried 'Too High, Too High'--Part 4

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“On a garbage heap near the Anguished Ending monastery,” said Meliadus. “It was the customary way of joining the Disciples. Master Oristges used to say 'hand me a child under five, and I will make a remorseless killing ...
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Castle Terribel: And the Mountain Cried 'Too High, Too High'--Part 25

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“You have excelled at hiding in plain sight. Bravo.” He paced around edges of the room. “I am less impressed at your having deserted the Society to become… a freelancer, but still, all serve, eh?” Meliadus shook his head.
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Both Sides of the Spectrum « Biblionalia

Both Sides of the Spectrum « Biblionalia | Leggende arturiane | Scoop.it
Miniature of a king enthroned below the 'Nodo', from Meliadus or Guiron le Courtois, Italy (Naples?), 1352-1362, Additional MS 12228, f. 4r. This spring, I'm taking LIBR 280-10, which History of the Books and ...
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Castle Terribel: And the Mountain Cried 'Too High, Too High'--Part 15

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“Yep. I'd almost forgotten what it was like.” The Goblin rubbed his temples. “Holdfast, explain to her that getting used to that is a VERY bad thing!” Gwydd waited for Meliadus to state something vaguely sarcastic that made him ...
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Camelot: The Prequel - Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts

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Detail of a miniature of the hero, Meliadus, bearing the arms of Naples, with the arms of Jerusalem close by, from Meliadus or Guiron le Courtois, Italy (Naples?), 1352-1362, Additional ...
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