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Segovian (Ethnicity)

Typically humans and halflings in the Desarind basin, where once was the kingdom of Segovia, which has long since devolved into various semi-autonomous duchies and factions.

Naming Traditions

Feminine names

Giselle, Brecca, Cetina, Isabella, Valentia, Antonia, Nicola, Inessa, Alicia

Masculine names

Artur, Anders, Johan, Nicolas, Belian, Beregar, Horos

Family names

Mornwinter, whisperroot, Hunthall

Culture

Major language groups and dialects

Common, Segovian

Culture and cultural heritage

Segovians have a strong connection to the land that once was Segovia, and the things of it, from the grapes of the Calderon region to the gold-rush rivers to the west. Taking something "of the earth" and making it with your skill and effort into something that benefits or provides for society is considered a high calling amongst Segovians.

Art & Architecture

Landscape is a common trend of art.

Common Myths and Legends

Lady Gwen Fourfeathers.

Historical figures

Sergei de la Beregar, first king of Segovia. Shrewd military commander against the Wild-elves once common in all of the wildlands. Many troubadours and local theatres put on productions of his family, Shakespearean-style.

Ideals

Gender Ideals

Boys and girls become adults typically around 16 and 17, respectively.

Courtship Ideals

Young, unmarried women will often decorate their hair with bright ribbons if they are willing to be courted.

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