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  • noun Plural form of Atreid.


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  • Schliemann had set out to find the wealth of the Atreids, but there is no evidence that he resorted to salting his finds.

    Not A Forgery. How about a Pastiche?

  • The shaft graves are extraordinarily rich (point 6), but that too is keeping with ancient belief in the wealth of the Atreids: addressing Ptolemy II Philadelphos, Theokritos (Idyll 17) remarks, "What can be finer for a wealthy man than to win good fame among men?

    Not A Forgery. How about a Pastiche?


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