The collection of color maps from The Circle of Ceridwen Saga. The maps are of England and the Baltic region.
The Circle of Ceridwen: the year 871
Ceridwen of Kilton: the year 872
The Claiming: the year 881
The Hall of Tyr: the year 881
Tindr: the year 881
Silver Hammer, Golden Cross: England 890
Silver Hammer, Golden Cross : England and Scandinavia 890
Sidroc the Dane: England 847
Sidroc the Dane: Scandinavia and England 847
I am STILL confused: how far east did the ship in “The Claiming” go before the Danes overtook and captured it? The maps make it appear that there is hardly any distance between the southern parts of Denmark that lets into the Baltic. Is this the way that Sidroc’s trading ships went?
The Idrisid ship that kidnapped Ceridwen and Sidroc had made it around the horn of the Danish islands and into the Baltic proper when it was chased down by the Danish drekar. And yes, the reverse of this route is the very same that Sidroc’s trading ships would need to travel to make it to Frankland with those valuable furs and amber and goshawks!
Yes, thank you. I was wondering how the country was setup.
Thank you for posting these maps! I just finished reading Circle of Ceridwen and the maps are quite helpful in understanding where things take place.
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