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Aramis

 

Pronunciation:  ah-RA-mihs / EHR-uh-mihs (?)

Occurrences:  3 (Commentary only)
 

 

See:  Abel, Gimel, Hypatia, Sethian Empire

 

Summary:  Founded by Abel’s son Gimel, Aramis was one of the twelve cities of the Sethian Empire and the birthplace of Hypatia, the daughter of Geshur.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Gimel

 

The only son of Abel, founder of the city Aramis which later became one of the twelve cities of the Sethian Empire. In occupation Gimel was a grower of grapes and maker of wine, having been taught by Eve the secrets of wine making. Gimel was also the creator of the wine maker’s guild. He opposed the election of Cain to the head of the Adamic family and supported Seth instead.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Hypatia

 

The daughter of Geshur and direct descendant of Seth, born in the city of Aramis. Hypatia was a temple singer who sang the stories and history of the Adaam to the children of the city of Aramis. The city fell to the armies of Ahgah Eaton. Her family fled from one city to the next, always hoping that the Sethian armies might prove capable in stopping the collapse of the empire. Eventually, Hypatia and her family arrived in the city of Gabatha and there joined the faithful in following Bashia to Zion.

 

 

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