Appendices: a small bag of tissue that is attached to the large intestine.
Anglicized: make English in form or character.
Vitally: extremely; in an essential way
Defiantly: in a way that shows you refuse to obey somebody
Canvases: a strong heavy rough material used for making tents
Relics: an object, a tradition, a system, etc. that has survived from the past.
Interspersed: to put something in something else or among or between other things
Medieval: connected with the Middle Ages (about AD 1000 to AD 1450)
Hiers: a person who inherits and continues the work of a predecessor
Codified: arrange according to a plan or system.
Darning: the skill or activity of mending a hole
Astray: away from the correct path or direction.
No-fly zone: an area over which aircraft are forbidden to fly,
Intertwined: twisted together so that they are very difficult to separate
Harrowing: making you feel very upset because you are very shocked or frightened
Calligraphy: beautiful handwriting that you do with a special pen or brush
Architecture: the art and study of designing buildings
Inescapable: a fact or a situation) that you cannot avoid or ignore
Nodded: you move your head up and down to show agreement, understanding
Hieratic: of or concerning Egyptian or Greek styles of art
Protectorate: a state that is controlled and protected by another.
Banished: send (someone) away from a country or place as an official punishment.
Flick: a sudden quick movement.
Euphoria: a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.
Bob and weave: make rapid bodily movements up and down and from side to side
Chivalry: knights, noblemen, and horsemen collectively.
Tight-knit: bound together by strong relationships and common interests.
Trickery: the practice of deception.
Epic: heroic or grand in scale or character.
Ode: a classical poem of a kind originally meant to be sung
Endearing: inspiring affection.
Villainy: wicked or criminal behavior
Sagacious: having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment; wise or shrewd.
Archetype: a very typical example of a certain person or thing.
Clansmen: a male member of a clan.
Meek: quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on; submissive.
Wily: skilled at gaining an advantage, especially deceitfully
Riddled: make many holes in (someone or something), especially with gunshot.
Bizarre: very strange or unusual.
Catapulted: move suddenly
Alexander: the Great was a king (
Wilderness: an uncultivated, uninhabited, and inhospitable region.
Forged: copied fraudulently
Spurned: rejected with disdain or contempt.