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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Bracari Tribe



"Caliope - Tone 03" Skin from Ascendant (699L - The Secret Affair Event *June Edition*. Includes Body Skin Appliers for Maitreya, Belleza, Omega and SLink with Clean, Freckles, Push-up and Natural Options HUD and Catwa Applier HUD with 3 Brow Texture Options, 6 Eyeshadow Texture Options and 6 Blush Texture Options. Available in 8 Skin Tones)

"Tribal Priestess" Face Makeup from Pout! (180L - The Secret Affair Event *June Edition*. Includes Full face Make up & Eyelashes applier for Catwa, Vista and Lelutka)

"Amamda - Naturals" from DOUX (350L)

"Imperial Servant" Outfit from Enfant Terrible (75L Per Play, Gacha Machine - *New Release*. Commons: Ankle Cuffs/Wrist Cuffs or Collars in Black, Silver, Steel or Gold, or Plate with Grapes in Black, Silver, Steel or Gold. Rares: Chainkini with Texture HUD with 6 Fabric Texture Options, 6 Chain Metal Texture Options and 6 Rings Metal Texture Options or Skirt with Texture HUD with 9 Fabric Texture Options, 6 Chain Texture Options and 6 Belt Texture Options. Original Ad HERE)

"Silent Tiara - Gold" from Shanghai (150L - The Secret Affair Event *June Edition*. Includes Mesh Tiara with Resize Scripts. Available in Gold, Silver, Black and Bronze)

"Okoye" Fatpack Pose Pack from BellePoses (250L - The Secret Affair Event *June Edition*. Includes 7 Static Poses with Shield and Spear Props)

Location: Les reves perdus


"The Bracari or Callaeci Bracari were an ancient Celtic tribe of Gallaecia, living in the northwest of modern Portugal, in the province of Minho, between the rivers Tâmega and Cávado. After the conquest of the region beginning in 136BC, the Romans established the Augustan citadel of Bracara, modern Braga, in 20 BC.
Appian wrote they were a very warlike people. According to him, The Bracari women warriors fought defending their town "never turning, never never showing their backs, or uttering a cry", preferring death to captivity. The goddess Nabia was very popular in the territory of the Callaici Bracari with several inscriptions, like the one at Braga's Fonte do Ídolo (Portuguese for Fountain of the Idol)."
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