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Friday, September 19, 2008
 
I'm glad someone out there can follow through on a great idea for a hoax, viz. a fifth branch of the Mabinogion. Also includes the splendid vocabulary word teichoscopia,
teichoscopia, a topos of heroic narratives throughout the Indo-European world, in which the heroes of an opposing army are pointed out one by one from the walls or ramparts of a besieged city. Examples occur in the Irish Táin Bó Cúailnge, the Iliad, and the Ramayana

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Comments:
Three Kingdoms has a lot of this, too.
 
by the way....happy birthday stinky!
 
Stinky?? I have an intriguing musk.
 
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