It’s been a while since I last wrote about an Awan tribe; too long, especially since I promised a few months ago that I would write about… Read more “The Telem Tribe”
In some ways the Asa have as much passion for life as the Eshkol do, but their passion centers around health and well being. They are known… Read more “The Asa Tribe”
Like the Tamar, the Eshkol enjoy life. Rather than take the easy, laid back approach the Tamar do, the Eshkol see life as a quest for beauty… Read more “The Eshkol Tribe”
In Hebrew Tamar means date palm while Ittamar means palm island. In my fantasy world, the Tamar tribe lives on Ittamar, the volcanic archipelago close to the… Read more “The Tamar Tribe”
Of all the tribes of Awan, the Sakhar embrace commerce more than any other. While many Sakhar are farmers, artists, and artisans, the most influential and successful… Read more “The Sakhar Tribe”
Once known as fierce warriors, the Napak have turned their interest in conquest to a focus on dominating trade in gem stones and precious metals. Over the… Read more “The Napak Tribe”
Today we meet the Dayag tribe from my fantasy world of Awan. In Hebrew Dayag means fisherman. On Awan, no one is superior to this tribe on… Read more “The Dayag Tribe”
The Uriah consider themselves the light of Awan. In ancient Awan (and Hebrew), Uriah means “the light of Yah” (Yah is one of the many Hebrew names for G-d).