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  • England
    L M N O R S W Wales Counties beginning A C D M R Scotland Counties beginning A C D K L P R W View Maps Land use

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  • An area of 97 thousand acres where the Three field system predominates There are 6 Manors here and the county is assessed at 6 Hundreds each valued at 10 In this county stand the market town of Great Casterton the market town of Oakham Shropshire An area of 861 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 31 Manors here and the county is assessed at 37 Hundreds each valued at 10 There is a Lead Mine valued at 30 In this county stand the walled town of Wroxeter the market town of Redhill the market town of Whitchurch the fort of Brompton the fort of Stretford Bridge Somerset An area of 1032 thousand acres where the Villa predominates There are 64 Manors here and the county is assessed at 59 Hundreds each valued at 16 There is an Iron Works valued at 25 There are 3 Lead Mines each valued at 30 In this county stand the fort of Ilchester the fishing port of Sea Mills the market town of Camerton the fort of Wiveliscombe the hill fort of Ham Hill Staffordshire An area of 738 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 26 Manors here and the county is assessed at 32 Hundreds each valued at 10 In this county stand the market town of Water Eaton the market town of Chesterton the fort of Trent Vale the fort of Stretton Bridge Suffolk An area of 557 thousand acres where the Three field system predominates There are 33 Manors here and the county is assessed at 40 Hundreds each valued at 20 In this county stand the market town of Ixworth the fort of Baylham House the fort of Walton Castle the fishing port of Felixstowe the market town of Bury the town of Lackford Surrey An area of 461 thousand acres where the Three field system predominates There are 31 Manors here and the county is assessed at 33 Hundreds each valued at 19 In this county stand the market town of Ewell the town of Staines the market town of Compton the market town of Abinger Sussex An area of 932 thousand acres where the Three field system predominates There are 62 Manors here and the county is assessed at 67 Hundreds each valued at 16 There are 21 Iron Workings each valued at 25 In this county stand the fishing port of Chichester the fishing port of Pevensey the market town of Iping the market town of Hardham the market town of Alfoldean the market town of Hassocks Warwickshire An area of 628 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 22 Manors here and the county is assessed at 27 Hundreds each valued at 14 In this county stand the market town of Wall the market town of Mancetter the fort of Chesterton the market town of Alcester Westmoreland An area of 504 thousand acres where Hill farming predominates There are 8 Manors here and the county is assessed at 12 Hundreds each valued at 8 In this county stand the fort of Watercrook the market town of Ambleside the fort of Hardknott the fort of Brough Wiltshire An area of 860 thousand acres where the Villa predominates There are 54 Manors here and the county is assessed at 49 Hundreds each valued at 17 In this county stand the walled town of Bath the market town of Mildenhall the market town of Sandy Lane the walled town of Old Sarum Worcestershire An area of 447 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 15 Manors here and the county is assessed at 19 Hundreds each valued at 12 There is a Salt Works valued at 50 In this county stand the market town of Droitwich the fort of Metchley the city of Worcester Yorkshire East Riding An area of 750 thousand acres where the Three field system predominates There are 38 Manors here and the county is assessed at 43 Hundreds each valued at 20 There is an Iron Works valued at 25 In this county stand the market town of Brough the town of Doncaster the fort of Hayton the fort of Templeborough Yorkshire North Riding An area of 1362 thousand acres where Hill farming predominates There are 26 Manors here and the county is assessed at 31 Hundreds each valued at 13 In this county stand the market town of Aldborough the market town of Catterick the town of Brough the fort of Wensley the market town of Malton Yorkshire West Riding An area of 1785 thousand acres where Hill farming predominates There are 24 Manors here and the county is assessed at 41 Hundreds each valued at 8 In this county stand the Civitate of York the market town of Adel the town of Huddersfield the market town of Ilkley the market town of Castleford the market town of Tadcaster Anglesey An area of 176 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 7 Manors here and the county is assessed at 8 Hundreds each valued at 12 In this county stand the market town of Llangefni the fort of Caer Gybi Brecknock An area of 469 thousand acres where Celtic farming predominates There are 16 Manors here and the county is assessed at 20 Hundreds each valued at 10 There is an Iron Works valued at 25 There is a Lead Mine valued at 30 In this county stand the fort of Cae Caer the fort of Pen y Gaer Caernarvonshire An area of 346 thousand acres where Hill farming predominates There are 6 Manors here and the county is assessed at 8 Hundreds each valued at 8 There are 2 Copper Mines each valued at 40 In this county stand the walled port town of Caernarfon the fort of Caerhun Cardiganshire An area of 443 thousand acres where Hill farming predominates There are 8 Manors here and the county is assessed at 10 Hundreds each valued at 8 There is a Gold Mine valued at 240 In

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  • AngloCelticChronicleTop
    The Anglo Celtic Chronicle Winter 510AD

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  • The Ruin of Britain
    The Ruin of Britain Vortipur s Oath Wars and Rumours

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  • The Ruin of Britain
    murderous men adulterers and enemies of God if chance as they say so allows men who should have been rooted out vigorously name and all Our Corespondent Gildas Vortipur s Oath Vortipur of Devet has reportedly sworn an Oath of Fielty to Arthur Dux Britanorium There is talk of a strengthening the alliance further by marriage Vortipor s son Vortiporus now 21 years old has been linked with Arthur s daughter Rosenwyn now only 11 but marriageable in a few years time nonetheless Couriers have been busy back and forth from his stronghold at Caerleon Vortipor has been in vigorous communication with all his Celtic neighbours pressing Arthur s cause it seems Our Diplomatic Corespondent Wars and Rumours of wars Widespread was the carnage and deep the woe widows wept and coward s cursed when Aelfhead Ludican s son led raiders of the North Folke deep into Cambridgeshire wherin they united with the Lindiswarras of Aesric son of Osgod They despoiled not the lands of Thegn Offa but heavy fell their hand on the Villas of the Waelas Aelfhead gained great fame and renown as he led the rievers home victorious replete with the cattle and wailing daughters of their foes Great was the rejoicing in the Hall of Arnwulf the Kynge as they feasted on the spoils of the foray The North ablaze as raiders spill out of Rheget Dubhslain the Hardy well earned his name as he drove his men through the Winter weather into Northumberland Many were the head of cattle that his heroes drove home Daffyd the Strong led the spears of Westmoreland south into unhappy Lancashire the land of his King s cousin Where now burn the funeral pyres of the slain Pleasant Gloucestershire felt the edge of the Saex as Aetheling Sigered led the

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  • New Page 3
    Land Social Patterns Diplomacy Money Costs Revenue Official Posts Personal Actions Characteristics and Ratings Military Policy Orders and Game Start Questions and Answers

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  • The Aim of The Game
    England or Wales either directly or through other characters either player or non player who have become his clients Liegemen To become the Righ Mor a player must control 24 counties in Scotland either directly or through other characters either player or non player who have become his clients Liegemen It may seem easier to become the Righ mor than the Bretwalder but Scots players tend to be weaker than

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  • Osprey
    army lists Wellington s victorious army faced many changes in its various campaigns in the Peninsular forced by the strictures of campaign the reorganisation of units through losses and the rebuilding of divisions to include fresh troops The stern visage of Stuart Reid has greeted us from the inside covers of many Osprey books though I think he could spare himself a smile over this one I am an enthusiast

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