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*''[[Dwarves, v3]]'' – ''Dwarves, The Lost Race of Tamriel, Volume III: Culture and History''
 
*''[[Dwarves, v3]]'' – ''Dwarves, The Lost Race of Tamriel, Volume III: Culture and History''
   
==Contents==
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==Content==
 
===Dwarves, v1===
 
===Dwarves, v1===
 
Let me begin by correcting a common misconception. The proper term to use when referencing the ancient lost race of [[Tamriel]] is "[[Dwemer]]." It is a word whose meaning is roughly translated to "people of the deep" in the common tongue, and whose use has been widely replaced by the more ubiquitous nomenclature, "dwarves." I would like stated that I use the name "dwarves" in lieu of the more accurate term in these books out of sympathy for my readership, whom I can safely assume does not have the breadth of scholarship that 200 years of study has given me.
 
Let me begin by correcting a common misconception. The proper term to use when referencing the ancient lost race of [[Tamriel]] is "[[Dwemer]]." It is a word whose meaning is roughly translated to "people of the deep" in the common tongue, and whose use has been widely replaced by the more ubiquitous nomenclature, "dwarves." I would like stated that I use the name "dwarves" in lieu of the more accurate term in these books out of sympathy for my readership, whom I can safely assume does not have the breadth of scholarship that 200 years of study has given me.
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