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Sir Alec, only child and last surviving heir of Sir Gareth of Ivywell, a genteel but impoverished Mycenian baron.

Like many bordermen, her father had taken a Mycenian wife and made his offerings to Dalna the Maker, rather than Illior or Sakor.

Plenimar is taking advantage of the dry winter to raid up the Mycenian coast.

A cedarwood chest of Mycenian design stood here, and the dust on its ornate painted lid continued the tale.

The king met up with the Mycenian Elders at Nanta and a fleet went down the coast to engage the Plenimarans at the frontier.

There are those that believe Plenimar means to drive out the Skalan and Mycenian merchants and extend their own political influence over the northern freeholds.

Loaded onto ox-drawn wagons, the bales were carried on to Boersby, where they were packed onto flatboats and taken down the Folcwine to the Mycenian seaport of Nanta.

The cart bumped along over the rutted dirt road through the rolling Mycenian countryside.

Most of it was locked in the storeroom with its owner but he still managed Lynn Flewelling to come away with a basket of boiled eggs, a jug of brandy, half a wheel of good Mycenian cheese, some new bread, and a sack of pippins.

Skalan merchants were harassed in Mycenian towns, warehouses were rifled or burned.

Portus was partial to nuts and raisins, Braknil to Mycenian cider brandy.

Plenimaran raiding party ambushed some of our cavalry up in the Mycenian hill country.

Wolf Squadron was patrolling the supply route that stretched back to the Mycenian coast twenty miles to the south.

Boersby, where they were packed onto flatboats and taken down the Folcwine to the Mycenian seaport of Nanta.

Most of it was locked in the storeroom with its owner but he still managed to come away with a basket of boiled eggs, a jug of brandy, half a wheel of good Mycenian cheese, some new bread, and a sack of pippins.