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<div style="float:left;margin:0.5em 0.9em 0.4em 0;">[[File:Portrait Roi de france Caribert.jpg|120px]]</div> '''Alaric I''' (c. 1016 - 22 December, 1061), commonly known as '''Alaric the Great''', was the first king of a [[Rythene | unified Rythene]], reigning from 1048 until his death in 1061. He was a descendant of [[Blayk | William I of Blayk]], and Prince Regent of Casmire from 1046 onwards. Following the formal assumption of powers during his father’s long term illness, Alaric launched a two year campaign into the divided island territory north of the Auressian mainland, marking the establishment of a seven hundred year monarchy. His later life was met by struggles against contenders for the throne, and confrontation with foreign powers accepting his rule. ('''[[Alaric the Great|See more...]]''')
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<div style="float:left;margin:0.5em 0.9em 0.4em 0;">[[File:Elizabeth_Ann_Young,_Lady_Kennet,_in_the_1940s.jpg|120px]]</div> '''Ermina Gael Arlette''' ({{wp|International_Phonetic_Alphabet_chart_for_English_dialects|/ɑːrlɛt/}} 28 September 1917 - 22 December 1999) was a [[Rythene|Rythenean]] author and poet, most popularly known for her post-war novels and children’s literature.
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Arlette’s early professional career was driven by her novels, which targeted themes of the [[Second Great War (Levilion)|Second Great War]], more specifically the horrors of the battlefield and the struggles of life back home. Following her initial success, Arlette began to focus more so on her poetry, famously publishing fifty poems in the space of eight months in 1944. In later life, Arlette utilised her talent in poetry and became a children’s author, writing a number of successful and unique books for youth. ('''[[Ermina Arlette|See more...]]''')

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Ermina Gael Arlette (/ɑːrlɛt/ 28 September 1917 - 22 December 1999) was a Rythenean author and poet, most popularly known for her post-war novels and children’s literature.

Arlette’s early professional career was driven by her novels, which targeted themes of the Second Great War, more specifically the horrors of the battlefield and the struggles of life back home. Following her initial success, Arlette began to focus more so on her poetry, famously publishing fifty poems in the space of eight months in 1944. In later life, Arlette utilised her talent in poetry and became a children’s author, writing a number of successful and unique books for youth. (See more...)