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Ancient Library With Arched Windows


When creating my ancient library in Elixa's story, I wanted arched windows where sunlight spills over the monks scribes similar to this library windows. Except my abbey does not have an animal skeleton hanging over it. But why arched windows? Because the original abbey building was built by Moors. When and why did they leave?

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