With clear skies and pleasant temperatures, and a moderate prevailing breeze
Moon: waning crescent, 4 days before the new moon
The party makes haste from the lair, hauling out the goods, changing from and re-donning their armor, until they're at last able to climb up onto the ridge with their goods and make their way until it grows dark. They are perhaps three miles from the village when it gets too dangerous to travel, and so they settle down with torches and lanterns and look over their treasure. Apart from the three books, here is what they find.
576 carat (ct.) plum-sized chrysoprase stone
1131 ct. plum-sized moonstone stone
1111 ct. plum-sized carnelian
12 ct. pea-sized alexandrite gem
45 ct. marble-sized cat's eye
perfume bottle, glass orb with ornate silver filigree
vial containing four ounces of mercury
lead crystal urn, 12 in. tall
wall mirror, 3 ft. tall x 18 in. wide, set in a hardwood frame
scroll in a leather scroll case, with a feign death spell
All told, from treasure, including the gold, evenly dividing it between the members of the party, everyone is entitled to 2,643 x.p. (10% already added).
Bert says that he'd like to come into the village with you, for he'd like to say goodbye to Hichem, but then he is going to move on. "Would you be willing to part with 100 gold pieces of this horde," he asks. "That would take me as far as Antioch. I'm bound for Ethiopia, and I think this would manage the first part of the journey."