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【书籍搬运】 Biography of Queen Barenziah Barenziah女王的传记(晨风版)

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原文:http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Tamriel:Biography_of_Queen_Barenziah
作者:Stern Gamboge
翻译:yahoocom
 
uesp注:
这是一套同时存在于Skyrim, OblivionMorrowind 的书籍。他们在装备栏中名字都是Biography of Barenziah,虽然打开后看到的每卷的名字却是Biography of Queen Barenziah"。Oblivion 和 Morrowind 的版本是完全一样的,除了卷名的细微区别。在 Daggerfall 也有相似但是不相同的书籍。详细信息可以查看 Daggerfall 版的 Biography of Queen Barenziah 。
Biography of Queen Barenziah 是女王Barenziah的传记,从她的出生到她作为 Wayrest 女王的一生。传记同时简单概括了她在 Arena 事件的参与。
对女王Barenziah一生感兴趣的还可以阅读The Real Barenziah(或者在阅读Daggerfall版本The Real Barenziah),里面提供了更详细的内容,不过可能官方版。


盖乌斯注:
本书分为三卷,现在的通行版本是从《上古卷轴3:晨风》开始出现的,而在《上古卷轴2:匕首雨》中出现过本书的原始版本。我怀疑本文是yahoocom基于匕首雨版本翻译的,后来加入了晨风版本的内容。因为在匕首雨的版本中Blackmoor,baron等词语被新版本的Darkmoor,county等取代(我已经做了修改),但是在他的译文中同时出现了baron、darkmoor和blackmoor。

第一卷
在第二纪元的末期,一个名叫巴兰兹亚的小女孩出生在了哀伤之城王国的统治者家庭里,哀伤之城王国也就是今天帝国的晨风行省.做为一个出生在贵族家庭的黑精灵孩子她拥有丰富的物质生活并且受到严格的保护,这种生活一直持续到她五岁那年.在那年,泰姆瑞尔帝国的第一位皇帝泰伯·赛普丁对晨风的统治者提出了依附帝国并且接受帝国文化改革的要求.但黑精灵们对他们被过于夸大的魔法水平非常自信所以他们在一开始就无礼地回绝了泰伯·赛普丁的要求直到帝国的军队集结在晨风的边境地区.之后,那些狂热的黑精灵便急忙与帝国签下了停战协议.但在此之前发生过几场战斗,其中一场就摧毁了哀伤之城,就是现在的阿玛莱西娅城.年幼的巴兰兹亚公主和她的看护员在战争后的房屋残骸中被发现.一位叫做辛马库斯的帝国将领本人也是黑精灵,他告诉泰伯·赛普丁这个小女孩在以后应该有利用价值.因此巴兰兹亚就被交给了一位刚从帝国军团退役的将军看护.

斯文·亚德文森在退役之后就被授予了伯爵之位;他的封地是一个叫做暗沼的小镇,位于天际行省的中部.斯文和他的妻子对待巴兰兹亚公主就像对待他们自己的亲生女儿那样.在那里她受到了良好的教育但最重要的一点是她从小就被灌输了许多帝国的传统美德,例如:顺从,谨慎,忠诚以及孝顺.很快,她就习惯了那里的生活并且觉得和当年在晨风统治者家庭里生活没什么两样.

这个叫巴兰兹亚的女孩长大后变成了一个集美丽,庄重,智慧于一体的女人.她的脾气非常的好以至于她的继父母和他们那五个年轻的儿子都很喜欢她, 特别是那伯爵的五个儿子把她当成了他们自己的亲姐姐.除去她的外表因素外与其他贵族女孩不一样的地方是她对树林和田地有着强烈的向往,因此她经常独自一人抽空离开家去野外闲逛.

巴兰兹亚对她的生活一直很满意也很快乐直到她十六岁那年.那年的一天,一个她曾经帮助过的孤儿找到了巴兰兹亚,他告诉巴兰兹亚他偷听到了伯爵斯文和一个红色守卫来访者的谈话,在谈话中他听到他们准备把她卖到瑞哈德去做别人的小妾;因为她黝黑的皮肤所以没有一个诺德人和布莱顿人会娶她.基于她在国外成长的背景也没有一个黑精灵会当他的丈夫.

“那我该怎么办呢?”那个可怜的女孩开始抽泣并开始全身发抖.从小到大的生活使得她非常单纯并且容易相信任何人.其实那种事根本就不会在她身上发生,那个男孩欺骗了她,但是她相信了.

那个叫斯特劳的男孩告诉她如果她珍惜自己的话她就应该尽快逃走;而他则会和她一起走并当她的保护者.可悲的是,巴兰兹亚同意了这个计划.在那天的深夜,他把自己装扮成一个男孩然后和斯特劳一起逃到了一个叫做雪漫的附近城市.过了几天后他们决定找份工作,于是他们就当起了那些名声不好的商人车队的卫兵.车队往东走了几天后来到了一个帝国军团设置的岗哨前,在那里商人们想欺骗士兵以便逃避付那些通行费但被发现了. 巴兰兹亚和斯特劳为了逃避追捕而逃到了一个叫裂谷的城市,在那里他们停下了脚步.在裂谷休息了几天后他们感到安全多了,因为这里比较接近晨风行省,所以到处都可以见到黑精灵.

第二卷
在这个系列的第一卷中我们已经讲述了巴兰兹亚早期的故事,她是哀伤之城王国的继承人直到她的国王父亲反抗强大的泰伯·赛普丁而给晨风行省带来灾难.但是我们仁慈的皇帝却没有杀死巴兰兹亚,尽管她的父母已经在战争中死去.她被暗沼伯爵斯文收养.长大后的她美丽,虔诚而且非常信任她的养父.但是这种信任感却被一个在斯文伯爵领地中的孤儿斯特劳所破坏.他用欺骗的伎俩蒙骗了巴兰兹亚并让她和他一起逃离暗沼.经过逃跑路上的一波三折,他们最后来到了裂谷,一个在天际行省境内却与晨风很近的城市.

那个叫斯特劳的男孩并不是一直都那么怀.其实他欺骗巴兰兹亚的原因是因为他深爱着她,但是这种爱又让他有了这种欺骗他人的自私的想法.他蒙骗了巴兰兹亚后觉得自己可以拥有她,而巴兰兹亚则一直把他当成自己的朋友来看待.尽管这样斯特劳还是希望时间能改变一切.他想买下一个小农庄后再和巴兰兹亚结婚,但他每天所赚的钱只能够勉强地维持他们每天最基本的生活需求.

不久,斯特劳就认识了一个名叫特里斯的虎人盗贼.特里斯建议他们一起去一位帝国长官的家中盗窃.因为他有一位已经背叛了帝国的客户; 如果他们能在那位长官家里发现有价值的情报后他就会出高价收买.巴兰兹亚偷听了他们的谈话后惊呆了.她急忙收拾了自己的东西并不顾一切地冲到了裂谷的街道上.在街上她一直犹豫不决:是对帝国的忠诚重要呢??还是朋友之间的情谊重要?

最后,她选择了对帝国的忠诚.于是她来到了那位帝国长官的家并向那位长官说明了自己真实的身份以及她朋友的计划.那位长官很认真地听完了她的故事后对她的勇气表示了赞许并保证她不会受到任何伤害.

自从巴兰兹亚失踪后辛马库斯将军就派人一直在乡间搜寻有关她的消息.在得到了她在裂谷的消息后,他就很快地赶过来并行使了对她的监护权.他也向她保证她是不会被卖掉的,而且等她年满十八岁后她就会被授予哀伤之城的女王.在此之前她将会被安置在一个帝国官员的家里并生活在新建的帝国王都,在那里她可以学习点关于帝国政府的东西,而且还可以结交一些重要的人物.

时间过的很快.在王都的几年,巴兰兹亚和皇帝泰伯·赛普丁成了非常要好的朋友,而皇帝的接班人佩拉吉奥斯也把巴兰兹亚当成自己的亲妹妹一样来看待.城里传遍了歌颂她美丽,聪慧,纯洁的歌谣.在她十八岁的那天生日,整个王都的人都聚集到街头观看她回哀伤之城的过程.人们对她的离去而感到伤感,但他们都知道巴兰兹亚 将要成为哀伤之城王国光荣的新统治者了.

第三卷
皇帝泰伯·赛普丁以及他的家人对待巴兰兹亚非常热情,在她居住在新建的王都的这段日子里,他们对她就像自己的亲生女儿那样.在接下去的几个月里, 巴兰兹亚在皇帝地指导下学习行管理自己的子民.离开王都后,将军辛马库斯亲自护送她前往哀伤之城,在那里 辛马库斯指导她行使女王的权利.慢慢地,他们之间磨出了爱的火花,他们倆相爱并且结婚了.由皇帝亲自来主持那次盛大的加冕仪式.

这个婚姻经过了几百年后他们的儿子赫尔瑟斯终于诞生了.那些在他们结婚时就祝福过他们的祈祷者们也赶了过来为他们的孩子祈福,到处都弥漫着欢乐的气氛.但此时大家都不知道,在祈祷者们为婴孩祈福之前,一个叫夜莺的聪明的吟游诗人就从哀伤之城的矿山底下盗走了那件名为"混乱之杖"的神器.

在赫尔瑟斯出生后的第八年,巴兰兹亚又怀上了一个女儿,她的名字叫做莫吉娅;这个名字是为了纪念辛马库斯的母亲而取的.过了没多久,晨风地区与帝国的关系竟不可思议地恶化了,在哀伤之城也多次发生了暴动事件.在多次尝试与帝国恢复关系未果后, 巴兰兹亚就带着她的那两个孩子前往王都以便可以听到皇帝的说法,辛马库斯则留在了晨风.

在王都巴兰兹亚和皇帝会面并且开始了交谈,在交谈的过程中巴兰兹亚利用了自己的法术来看皇帝.这时恐惧和不安突然降临到了她的身上, 她发现在她面前的那个皇帝竟然是假的!现在的皇帝应该是夜莺偷了那根"混乱之杖"后冒充的.尽管发现了眼前的秘密,她还是镇定下来并且没有让那个假皇帝发觉.在那个晚上,她突然收到了辛马库斯在战斗中被杀死,哀伤之城被起义军攻战的消息.正当巴兰兹亚感到无处寻求帮助的时候一个人敲开了她的房门.来人的名字叫做伊德维尔,他是途歇城王国的国王,而且还是皇帝尤里尔·赛普丁和辛马库斯的老朋友.见了面后,他表达了自己的诚意并告诉巴兰兹亚现在的那个皇帝的确是假的.现在的那个假皇帝名叫杰卡·萨恩,是原来帝国的战斗法师.在公众的眼里杰卡·萨恩已经退休了,并且把工作交给了他的助手丽雅·希尔曼恩.其实,杰卡·萨恩一直都没有离开过王都,而且丽雅已经死了.但是丽雅的灵魂却出现在了伊德维尔的梦里并告诉他真正的皇帝被绑架了而且被关在另外的一个空间内.当丽雅试图向元老会揭露萨恩那恶毒的阴谋前,萨恩就用"混乱之杖"把她给灭口了.

于是巴兰兹亚和伊德维尔在一起设定了一个计划:他们决定先获取假皇帝的信任然后在适当的时机寻求丽雅的一个朋友的帮助来揭穿这个阴谋. 而丽雅的那个朋友现在正被关在帝国的监狱内,但丽雅也进入过他的梦境所以他拥有非常多的情报.为了迷惑敌人巴兰兹亚开始帮助那位假皇帝.通过阅读那位假皇帝的秘密日记,她了解到杰卡·萨恩已经把"混乱之杖"给破坏了,并把它分成八块碎片藏了起来.于是她就决定复制一把丽雅朋友被关的牢门钥匙,并且贿赂看守的卫兵离开牢房;这样一位名字不为巴兰兹亚和伊德维尔所知的勇士就可以把他给解救出来,并从一个丽雅事先已经开好的门里逃走.那个门被开在一个阴暗的角落里,那个角落里鼠患为满,甚至连哥布林都不愿意去.巴兰兹亚通过偷看日记和偷听假国王的秘密谈话花了几个月的时间了解了那八块手杖碎片的不同位置.当得到了确切的消息后,她马上与伊德维尔一起逃到了途歇城王国,在那里他们躲避了萨恩手下的追捕.萨恩后来并没有把注意力集中在巴兰兹亚身上,他把自己所有的力量都集中起来,目的是杀死那名为巴兰兹亚工作的无名勇士.

后来发生的事我们都知道,那名勇敢的,有力量的而且永远都没有名字的英雄成功地把那八块碎片集合在了一起.随后,他杀死了萨恩并成功地解救出了皇帝 —-尤里尔·赛普丁七世.之后皇帝在王都举行了一场很隆重的悼念会,为了纪念死去的辛马库斯,因为他已经为赛普丁王朝作出了很巨大的贡献. 巴兰兹亚和国王伊德维尔则在这次事件之后走近了,后来他们结婚了.结婚后,巴兰兹亚带着她的孩子一起前往途歇城并指定了另一个人来代她管理晨风行省.她决定在伊德维尔国王过世之后再回到晨风,因为当他们结婚的时候伊德维尔已经非常苍老了.对于精灵来说,这一天并不遥远.

新手注释:
途歇城——————-位于高岩行省的城邦国家,以商业而闻名.

那位无名英雄就是上古卷轴1代:竞技场的主角.打败杰卡·萨恩解救皇帝也是1代的主线剧情.

巴兰兹亚是个很重要的人物,在上古卷轴1-3都出现过她的身影.在1代她指派主角寻找碎片;在二代她则居住在途歇城王国;而在上古3的资料篇审判席中,她则和她的儿子赫尔瑟斯一起出现在了晨风的首都.

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Biography of Queen Barenziah
by Stern Gamboge, Imperial Scribe
The life history of Queen Barenziah

Note: This is a series of books that exists in Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind. Their inventory names are "Biography of Barenziah", although the internal title of each volume is "Biography of Queen Barenziah". The Oblivion and Morrowind versions are identical other than slight differences in how each volume is named (see individual volumes for details of names). There is also a similar, but not identical, series of books in Daggerfall. See Biography of Queen Barenziah for the Daggerfall version.
Biography of Queen Barenziah is a biographical text of Queen Barenziah's life from her birth, up until her life as Queen of Wayrest, as in the events in Daggerfall. The biography also tells of her involvement with, and briefly summarizes the events of Arena.
Those interested in the life of Queen Barenziah may also want to read The Real Barenziah (or the Daggerfall version at The Real Barenziah), which provides a more detailed and probably not officially sanctioned version of her life.

Volume 1
Late in the Second Era, a girl-child, Barenziah, was born to the rulers of the kingdom of Mournhold in what is now the Imperial Province of Morrowind. She was reared in all the luxury and security befitting a royal Dark Elven child until she reached five years of age. At that time, His Excellency Tiber Septim I, the first Emperor of Tamriel, demanded that the decadent rulers of Morrowind yield to him and institute imperial reforms. Trusting to their vaunted magic, the Dark Elves impudently refused until Tiber Septim's army was on the borders. An Armistice was hastily signed by the now-eager Dunmer, but not before there were several battles, one of which laid waste to Mournhold, now called Almalexia.
Little Princess Barenziah and her nurse were found among the wreckage. The Imperial General Symmachus, himself a Dark Elf, suggested to Tiber Septim that the child might someday be valuable, and she was therefore placed with a loyal supporter who had recently retired from the Imperial Army.
Sven Advensen had been granted the title of Count upon his retirement; his fiefdom, Darkmoor, was a small town in central Skyrim. Count Sven and his wife reared the princess as their own daughter, seeing to it that she was educated appropriately-and more importantly, that the imperial virtues of obedience, discretion, loyalty, and piety were instilled in the child. In short, she was made fit to take her place as a member of the new ruling class of Morrowind.
The girl Barenziah grew in beauty, grace, and intelligence. She was sweet-tempered, a joy to her adoptive parents and their five young sons, who loved her as their elder sister. Other than her appearance, she differed from young girls of her class only in that she had a strong empathy for the woods and fields, and was wont to escape her household duties to wander there at times.
Barenziah was happy and content until her sixteenth year, when a wicked orphan stable-boy, whom she had befriended out of pity, told her he had overheard a conspiracy between her guardian, Count Sven, and a Redguard visitor to sell her as a concubine in Rihad, as no Nord or Breton would marry her on account of her black skin, and no Dark Elf would have her because of her foreign upbringing.
“Whatever shall I do?” the poor girl said, weeping and trembling, for she had been brought up in innocence and trust, and it never occurred to her that her friend the stable-boy would lie to her.
The wicked boy, who was called Straw, said that she must run away if she valued her virtue, but that he would come with her as her protector. Sorrowfully, Barenziah agreed to this plan; and that very night, she disguised herself as a boy and the pair escaped to the nearby city of Whiterun. After a few days there, they managed to get jobs as guards for a disreputable merchant caravan. The caravan was heading east by side roads in a mendacious attempt to elude the lawful tolls charged on the imperial highways. Thus the pair eluded pursuit until they reached the city of Rifton, where they ceased their travels for a time. They felt safe in Rifton, close as it was to the Morrowind border so that Dark Elves were enough of a common sight.
 

Volume 2
The first volume of this series told the story of Barenziah's origin-heiress to the throne of Mournhold until her father rebelled against His Excellency Tiber Septim I and brought ruin to the province of Morrowind. Thanks largely to the benevolence of the Emperor, the child Barenziah was not destroyed with her parents, but reared by Count Sven of Darkmoor, a loyal Imperial trustee. She grew up into a beautiful and pious child, trustful of her guardian's care. This trust, however, was exploited by a wicked orphan stable boy at Count Sven's estate, who with lies and fabrications tricked her into fleeing Darkmoor with him when she turned sixteen. After many adventures on the road, they settled in Riften, a Skyrim city near the Morrowind borders.
The stable boy, Straw, was not altogether evil. He loved Barenziah in his own selfish fashion, and deception was the only way he could think of that would cement possession of her. She, of course, felt only friendship toward him, but he was hopeful that she would gradually change her mind. He wanted to buy a small farm and settle down into a comfortable marriage, but at the time his earnings were barely enough to feed and shelter them.
After only a short time in Riften, Straw fell in with a bold, villainous Khajiit thief named Therris, who proposed that they rob the Imperial Commandant's house in the central part of the city. Therris said that he had a client, a traitor to the Empire, who would pay well for any information they could gather there. Barenziah happened to overhear this plan and was appalled. She stole away from their rooms and walked the streets of Riften in desperation, torn between her loyalty to the Empire and her love for her friends.
In the end, loyalty to the Empire prevailed over personal friendship, and she approached the Commandant's house, revealed her true identity, and warned him of her friends' plan. The Commandant listened to her tale, praised her courage, and assured her that no harm would come to her. He was none other than General Symmachus, who had been scouring the countryside in search of her since her disappearance, and had just arrived in Riften, hot in pursuit. He took her into his custody, and informed her that, far from being sent away to be sold, she was to be reinstated as the Queen of Mournhold as soon as she turned eighteen. Until that time, she was to live with the Septim family in the newly built Imperial City, where she would learn something of government and be presented at the Imperial Court.
At the Imperial City, Barenziah befriended the Emperor Tiber Septim during the middle years of his reign. Tiber's children, particularly his eldest son and heir Pelagius, came to love her as a sister. The ballads of the day praised her beauty, chastity, wit, and learning. On her eighteenth birthday, the entire Imperial City turned out to watch her farewell procession preliminary to her return to her native land. Sorrowful as they were at her departure, all knew that she was ready for her glorious destiny as sovereign of the kingdom of Mournhold.
 

Volume 3
In the second volume of this series, it was told how Barenziah was kindly welcomed to the newly constructed Imperial City by the Emperor Tiber Septim and his family, who treated her like a long-lost daughter during her almost one-year stay. After several happy months there learning her duties as vassal queen under the Empire, the Imperial General Symmachus escorted her to Mournhold where she took up her duties as Queen of her people under his wise guidance. Gradually they came to love one another and were married and crowned in a splendid ceremony at which the Emperor himself officiated.
After several hundred years of marriage, a son, Helseth, was born to the royal couple amid celebration and joyous prayer. Although it was not publicly known at the time, it was shortly before this blessed event that the Staff of Chaos had been stolen from its hiding place deep in the Mournhold mines by a clever, enigmatic bard known only as the Nightingale.
Eight years after Helseth's birth, Barenziah bore a daughter, Morgiah, named after Symmachus' mother, and the royal couple's joy seemed complete. Alas, shortly after that, relations with the Empire mysteriously deteriorated, leading to much civil unrest in Mournhold. After fruitless investigations and attempts at reconciliation, in despair Barenziah took her young children and travelled to the Imperial City herself to seek the ear of then Emperor Uriel Septim VII. Symmachus remained in Mournhold to deal with the grumbling peasants and annoyed nobility, and do what he could to stave off an impending insurrection.
During her audience with the Emperor, Barenziah, through her magical arts, came to realize to her horror and dismay that the so-called Emperor was an impostor, none other than the bard Nightingale who had stolen the Staff of Chaos. Exercising great self-control she concealed this realization from him. That evening, news came that Symmachus had fallen in battle with the revolting peasants of Mournhold, and that the kingdom had been taken over by the rebels. Barenziah, at this point, did not know where to seek help, or from whom.
The gods, that fateful night, were evidently looking out for her as if in redress of her loss. King Eadwyre of High Rock, an old friend of Uriel Septim and Symmachus, came by on a social call. He comforted her, pledged his friendship-and furthermore, confirmed her suspicions that the Emperor was indeed a fraud, and none other than Jagar Tharn, the Imperial Battlemage, and one of the Nightingale's many alter egos. Tharn had supposedly retired into seclusion from public work and installed his assistant, Ria Silmane, in his stead. The hapless assistant was later put to death under mysterious circumstances-supposedly a plot implicating her had been uncovered, and she had been summarily executed. However, her ghost had appeared to Eadwyre in a dream and revealed to him that the true Emperor had been kidnapped by Tharn and imprisoned in an alternate dimension. Tharn had then used the Staff of Chaos to kill her when she attempted to warn the Elder Council of his nefarious plot.
Together, Eadwyre and Barenziah plotted to gain the false Emperor's confidence. Meanwhile, another friend of Ria's, known only as the Champion, who apparently possessed great, albeit then untapped, potential, was incarcerated at the Imperial Dungeons. However, she had access to his dreams, and she told him to bide his time until she could devise a plan that would effect his escape. Then he could begin on his mission to unmask the impostor.
Barenziah continued to charm, and eventually befriended, the ersatz Emperor. By contriving to read his secret diary, she learned that he had broken the Staff of Chaos into eight pieces and hidden them in far-flung locations scattered across Tamriel. She managed to obtain a copy of the key to Ria's friend's cell and bribed a guard to leave it there as if by accident. Their Champion, whose name was unknown even to Barenziah and Eadwyre, made his escape through a shift gate Ria had opened in an obscure corner of the Imperial Dungeons using her already failing powers. The Champion was free at last, and almost immediately went to work.
It took Barenziah several more months to learn the hiding places of all eight Staff pieces through snatches of overheard conversation and rare glances at Tharn's diary. Once she had the vital information, however -- which she communicated to Ria forthwith, who in turn passed it on to the Champion-she and Eadwyre lost no time. They fled to Wayrest, his ancestral kingdom in the province of High Rock, where they managed to fend off the sporadic efforts of Tharn's henchmen to haul them back to the Imperial City, or at the very least obtain revenge. Tharn, whatever else might be said of him, was no one's fool-save perhaps Barenziah's -- and he concentrated most of his efforts toward tracking down and destroying the Champion.
As all now know, the courageous, indefatigable, and forever nameless Champion was successful in reuniting the eight sundered pieces of the Staff of Chaos. With it, he destroyed Tharn and rescued the true Emperor, Uriel Septim VII. Following what has come to be known as the Restoration, a grand state memorial service was held for Symmachus at the Imperial City, befitting the man who had served the Septim Dynasty for so long and so well.
Barenziah and good King Eadwyre had come to care deeply for one another during their trials and adventures, and were married in the same year shortly after their flight from the Imperial City. Her two children from her previous marriage with Symmachus remained with her, and a regent was appointed to rule Mournhold in her absence.
Up to the present time, Queen Barenziah has been in Wayrest with Prince Helseth and Princess Morgiah. She plans to return to Mournhold after Eadwyre's death. Since he was already elderly when they wed, she knows that that event, alas, could not be far off as the Elves reckon time. Until then, she shares in the government of the kingdom of Wayrest with her husband, and seems glad and content with her finally quiet, and happily unremarkable, life.

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