Glome - The small, impoverished kingdom located near the Shennit River in which most of the action of Till We Have Faces takes place.
Caphad - This city is sinking when its king offers his third daughter to the widowed northern King Trom in marriage to seal an alliance.
The Great Offering - A ritual of human sacrifice occasionally (rarely) demanded by the goddess Ungit to end her wrath against Glome.
The Greeklands - The Fox's homeland is, to Queen Orual's mind, a place of wisdom appreciating freedom of speech, history, art, philosophy, language, and literature.
Grey Mountain - The rugged highlands lying south of the Shennit River, this is the domain of the son of Ungit, the god who hates Orual.
Holy House of Ungit - In the fields across the Shennit River from Glome, with its ancient stone walls patched with brick and roofed in...
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