numbering, (Gen. 10:30), supposed by some to be the ancient Himyaritic capital, "Shaphar," Zaphar, on the Indian Ocean, between the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.
He understood, now, why many of sephar's warriors wore wristbands.
And it was then that Dylara got her first glimpse of sephar.
"We are men of sephar," Tharn said, following the first line of thought that popped into his head.
"My father and I are happy that you have come to sephar," she said.
He wondered if others in sephar felt so toward their new ruler.
As he raced through the trees toward sephar, his thoughts were of Dylara.
And from the same point came sounds of sephar's thousands, filing again into their seats for another day of grisly entertainment.
Again she shuddered, and brought her gaze back to sephar's streets.
Soon they reached one of the huge gateways in the wall about sephar.
I came to sephar from Huxla, a city of Ammad, where my father is ruler.