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sjengske85 wrote: »
thanks it looks great... but is it correct???
because there are so many threads about that there is no syracuse or jerusalem... but you show them in your map....
so basecly can i use this to plan my conquest,,, and is everybody whining over nothing ( again )... or is it incorrect....
tak22 wrote: »
Very nice map, but just a note you've left out the city of Trapezos which can be seen in some recent screenshots, east of Where you have Cabira (which btw has had its name changed to Amaseia).
MabuyaQ wrote: »
Second thought Bagacum is wrong and this is probably Durocortorum. Even worse your Bagacum is very wrong and made me think it should be Durocortorum, but both are nowhere near the gold bar on the actual map shown in the videos..
Brutal_Mischief wrote: »
A minor thing, you have the regions of Hibernia and Caledonia mixed up. Caledonia is Latin for Scotland and Hibernia is Ireland. Noticed they have that mistake on the Iceni faction page as well.
Darko wrote: »
Look at the map mate its called bagacum and its in the right location.
sharptoothuk88 wrote: »
Hey Darko, I see that you changed Camulodunon to Camulodunum. I was actually mistaken; Camulodunon was the Celtic name before the Romans occupied the city in the early 1st century AD.
Oddly enough, in recent times Colchester has always been known as Camulodunum (the Roman name) instead of the Celtic one, even though the Celts long lived in Britain before the Romans, Normans, Anglo-Saxons, etc came along to invade Britain.
Also, Camulodunon was never occupied by the Iceni; Boudicca, the Queen of the Iceni, sacked the colony not long after Emperor Claudius had come through the gates of Camulodunum on elephants!! The Iceni was one of many celtic tribes located in Britain; they were located in Norfolk (or north of the big 'bump' of England). I think because of their proximity to Camulodunon and as a result of Boudicca revolting against Roman rule, I think that is why CA decided to include them. I imagine she will become a character in the early part of the 1st century AD in Britannia. A queen on a chariot will be an awesome sight to see!!
Sasu wrote: »
Maybe scalable? So that you can zoom in a chosen point...
Macelars wrote: »
Are Hibernia, North Britania and Denmark the same region?