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Artaxerxes is living at the bottom of the Deep Blue Sea and is married to the daughter of the Mer-king. As a wizard, he has been appointed Pacific and Atlantic Magician and is known as '''PAM'''. All the woes of the mer-people are blamed on PAM, including the emergence of a Sea-serpent. Because he is so deeply unpopular, PAM leaves with his wife and Roverandom: he takes Roverandom with him as the dog continues to be polite and show faith in his magical abilities.<ref name="Roverandom"/>{{rp|55 ff}}
 
Artaxerxes is living at the bottom of the Deep Blue Sea and is married to the daughter of the Mer-king. As a wizard, he has been appointed Pacific and Atlantic Magician and is known as '''PAM'''. All the woes of the mer-people are blamed on PAM, including the emergence of a Sea-serpent. Because he is so deeply unpopular, PAM leaves with his wife and Roverandom: he takes Roverandom with him as the dog continues to be polite and show faith in his magical abilities.<ref name="Roverandom"/>{{rp|55 ff}}
  
Back on land, Artaxerxes turns Roverandom back into a real dog. Wearing a purple velvet suit, Artaxerxes sets up a chocolate and cigarette shop by the beach (selling [[wikipedia:Rock (confectionery)|Pam's Rock]]), whilst his wife gave swimming lessons.<ref name="Roverandom"/>{{rp|83-7}}
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Back on land, Artaxerxes turns Roverandom back into a real dog. Wearing a purple velvet suit, Artaxerxes sets up a chocolate and cigarette shop by the beach (selling [[wikipedia:Rock (confectionery)|Pam's Rock]]), whilst his wife gave swimming listens.<ref name="Roverandom"/>{{rp|83-7}}
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

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