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And in those daysstill in these from time to timesome of the jewelers walk from store to store, from shop to shop, carrying a fortune in gems tucked into paper cups they call briefkes.

Of course, his own basically realistic mind insisted, who was to say thatwith all of the vicissitudes of the intervening times, the plagues, the wars, the copyings and recopyings that had taken place over the past timesome records had not been lost, others mistranscribed or deliberately altered for diverse reasons that no one now living would ever know or understand.

The tower was ringed by a moat over which tiny lightnings of amethyst hue flickered from time to timesome warding magic, no doubt.

Of course, his own basically realistic mind insisted, who was to say thatwith all of the vicissitudes of the intervening times, the plagues, the wars, the copyings and recopyings that had taken place over the past timesome records had not been lost, others mistranscribed or deliberately altered for diverse reasons that no one now living would ever know or understand.