Definitions

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  • proper n. A town in the north central Fthiotida prefecture, Greece

Etymologies

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From Latin Pharsalus, from Ancient Greek

Examples

  • Fall of a Kingdom by Hilari Bell is the first book of the Farsala trilogy.

    Review: _Fall of a Kingdom_ by Hilari Bell

  • Jaain, Soraya and Kavi must save Farsala from the invading Hrum.

    Review: _Fall of a Kingdom_ by Hilari Bell

  • Fall of a Kingdom by Hilari Bell is the first book of the “Farsala” trilogy.

    Review: _Fall of a Kingdom_ by Hilari Bell

  • Farsala is a kingdom of tribal clans ruled by one house at a time.

    Review: _Fall of a Kingdom_ by Hilari Bell

  • “Or the djinn of war will give their favor to the armies of the Hrum, who will roll over Farsala like the darkness of the pit itself.”

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

  • Over the centuries it had become not one road, but dozens of twining trails, weaving their way from the Sendar Wall at the western border of Farsala to the invisible line in the east where the border deghans held back the Kadeshi.

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

  • The defense of Farsala lies in the strong arms of its deghans, and against the Hrum those arms had better be strong and well wielded.

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

  • The Hrum might have conquered half the world in the last few centuries, but no one had been able to conquer Farsala for thousands of years.

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

  • Some traders from both directions stopped in Farsala to trade for Farsalan silk, which was so strong that armor could be made from its gathered layers, like the padded tunic Jiaan was wearing—armor both stronger and lighter than the leather armor most folk used.

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

  • For more information about The Farsala Trilogy, visit www.

    Full-Blooded Fantasy

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