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April 19, 2011


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Zoe Blue

this is a really amazing post...i have really been enjoying your blog. i hope that you find some maps, and share them. it's worth it to create some (anachronistic) medieval or pre-medieval style maps of this type now, but what a degree of detail and knowledge it would take!
it would be fascinating, really...

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