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Post by Joe 90 on Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:47 am




The island Arthuria is 800 miles long, and 300 miles broad. And there are in the island five nations; Ashing, Arthish, Altrines, Curthish, and Latin. The first inhabitants were the Arthins, who came from Arminia, and first peopled Arthuria southward. Then happened it, that the Curths came south from Scythia, with long ships, not many; and, landing first in the northern part of ═weri˙, they told the GÚts that they must dwell there. But they would not give them leave; for the GÚts told them that they could not all dwell there together; "But," said the GÚts, "we can nevertheless give you advice. We know another island here to the east. There you may dwell, if you will; and whosoever withstandeth you, we will assist you, that you may gain it." Then went the Curths and entered this land northward. Southward the Arthins possessed it, as we before said, although they would not possess it long. And it happened, in the run of years, that some party of GÚts went from ═weri˙ into Arthuria, and acquired some portion of this land. Their leader was called Catha, from whom they are named Cathi (or Cathrans). Then, with the passing of years, came another people to the island, who had been driven from their former lands by Atila, King of the Huns, and they took all the southern lands from the Arthins, who fled into the forests. Their leader was named Ash, and they were thereafter called the Ashings. Other peoples also came, who were akin to the Ashings, and entered the lands to the north, and took them from the Arthins, and some from the Curths too. And thus the Arthins were divided, and hidden only in the forests of the west, with their kinsmen the Altrines, and in the east in the fastnesses of the mountains.
So says the Arthurian Chronicle, the collection of annals originally compiled by monks in the 8th century. It still more-or-less describes the political situation in Arthuria (the 'Greater' was added to differentiate the island as a whole from the great confederation of north- and west-Arthish tribes, who called themselves 'Arthuria' and fought to regain their former lands from Ăscgeard throughout the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth centuries). The successor nation to the early Curthish state, Cruithness, occupies the northernmost part of the island, except for the north-western coast, where the Kingdom of Kincathra resides. While the western Arthish confederation and their allies fell to Ăscgeard in the early thirteenth century, the eastern branch of the Arthins managed to (mostly) keep the invaders out and set up the Kingdom of Deheubarth around the eastern highlands. The descendents of Ăsc (Ash) have been by far the most successful of the peoples of Arthuria in recent history, absorbing the other cimbric petty-kingdoms over time to become the modern Kingdom of Ăscgeard, which covers almost three-quarters of Greater Arthuria. The other sovereign nation in the island, the tiny Duchy of Altriu, exploited a legal loophole to secede from Ăscgeard in 1920. To the west of Greater Arthuria lie the lands of ═weri˙, and to the east, across the sea, are the kingdoms of the Northmen, from whence the Heathen armies formerly came. To the south is continental Europe, with the countries of the Ăscings former enemies, the Martelians and Nervians, closest by.

Map of Arthuria. Click for larger version.
As with most of my projects, this fits somewhere between 'magnum opus' and 'bites-off-more-than-he-can-chew'. Since even I realise it would be practically impossible to SC4 an island this big, this is not going to be a CJ in your traditional sense. There will still be pictures of Sims going about their daily lives, but I'll also be opening the Chronicles to give you a sense of the history, heroism and horse-trading behind the events that made these five kingdoms into what they are today, as well as current events and what makes the modern countries tick.


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Re: Miclian Ar■ura | Greater Arthuria

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Re: Miclian Ar■ura | Greater Arthuria

Post by Peter on Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:55 am

wow, great start! cant wait to see more Smile
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Re: Miclian Ar■ura | Greater Arthuria

Post by Joe 90 on Wed Nov 26, 2008 10:28 am

And now a little something to whet your appetites on Smile



Margravia is the largest city in the province of Ealdoresmearc, and the largest city in Ăscgeard as well. Its metropolitan area now includes the neighbouring City of Gloucester, as well as the surrounding towns of Bristol, Hawkswood, Arworth, and Bedumere, and has a population of 2.2 million sims.
The city rose in prominence when King Edward the Elder chose it as one in a string of castles along the south coast of Ealdoresmearc and SŠbeorg aimed at preventing Varish raids in the early tenth century. Due to its natural harbour, the city flourished through trade, becoming the major port for continental traders during the middle ages, even housing a Kontor of the Hanseatic League. In fact, this is how the city acquired its present name, "Margravia" being a variant of North Nervian for "the City of the Earl of Ealdoresmearc". The name translates into Ăscing as "MearcgrŠf", and both are used interchangably, even within Ăscgeard.
The castle was upgraded several times, due to its importance as a trade centre and defendable position, and the city walls were expanded and rebuilt three times to achieve the great walled city you see today.



















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Post by knarfmo on Wed Nov 26, 2008 2:37 pm

Looking good. I like European style cities.
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Post by canuck3360 on Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:15 pm

very nice very nice indeed

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Post by Joe 90 on Mon Dec 08, 2008 6:58 pm



Ynys Porthe (or Innisport) is the island that shields the Gloucester Basin from the sea, essentially creating the safe harbour in its lee. The low, marshy island served little use to the Ăscings during the early and middle ages, as the wet, salty soils grew very little of value. It wasn't until the late nineteenth century that the rapid expansion of Gloucester and Bristol saw town planners looking towards Innisport as a solution to land shortages. However, ground conditions had the last say, with several projects abandoned due to severe subsidence.
Advances in soil technology allowed engineers to stabilise the soil sufficiently to build on by the mid 1920s, by which time the new technology of air travel was sweeping the world. Since it was already flat, and close to the centres of Margravia, Gloucester, and Bristol, the island was a natural choice for a new airport. The cornerstone of the original terminal building was laid down by King Edric in 1927, but the elderly King passed away the following year without seeing the completion of the airfield which would come to be named in his honour. The new King, Osric, officially opened the Eadric AnrŠd Airfield on March 12, 1930.
With the growth of air travel, the airfield has been upgraded numerous times, with the current terminal configuration and secondary 17/35 runway completed in 2004. The original cornerstone, laid down by King Edric, has also been preserved and incorporated into the main atrium of the new terminal building.























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Post by canuck3360 on Tue Dec 09, 2008 8:29 am

a really well done Airport there Joe

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Annals of Arthuria: 440-450

Post by Joe 90 on Sun Dec 14, 2008 2:48 pm

A little bit of history for you all today - a reading from the Annals of Arthuria:





This year Leo succeeded to the popedom, and held it twenty-one years. In his days Eni and Eanna sent to Mailacus, king of the Arthins, and begged assistance, for their lands were being attacked by Atilla, king of the Huns. Mailacus would send none, as he was at war with the Curths, and so Eni and Eanna and much of their people came to Arthuria and landed in a place that is called Enfleet, and fought with the Arthins there. The king then directed them to fight against the Curths, as payment for the land they had taken; and they did so; and obtained the victory wheresoever they came. They then sent to the Engengenthi, and desired them to send more assistance. They described the worthlessness of the Arthins, and the richness of the land. They then sent them greater support. Then came the men from three powers of Cimbria; the Myrgings, the Engengenthi, and the Iutiaci. From the Iutiaci are descended the men of SŠbeorg, the Halecganings, and that kindred in Emnet that men yet call the kindred of the Iutiaci. From the Myrgings came the people of Ăsccynn and MiddansŠtna and DŠcca. From Engengenthe, which has ever since remained waste between the Iutiaci and the Myrgings, came the Emnetings, and those that call themselves the Northengrians. Their leaders were two brothers, Eni and Eanna; who were the sons of Enfrith; Enfrith was the son of Enda, Enda of Walda, Walda of Wicta, Wicta of Woden. From this Woden arose all our royal kindred, and that of the Cimbrians also.


This year Eni and Eanna fought with Mailacus the king on the spot that is called Accford. His brother Eni being there slain, Eanna afterwards took to the kingdom with his son Ean.


This year Eanna and Ean fought with the Arthins on the spot that is called Stanford, and there slew four thousand men. The Arthins then forsook the land of Seborg, and in great consternation fled to Caertroia.


This year died St. Martin.


This year Eanna and Ean fought with the Arthish, and took immense plunder. And the Arthins fled from the Eannings like fire.


This year John the Baptist showed his head to two monks, who came from the eastern country to Jerusalem for the sake of prayer, in the place that whilom was the palace of Herod.


This year Marcian and Valentinian assumed the empire, and reigned seven winters.


This year came two leaders into Arthuria, Ăsca and Ăsc his son, with five ships, at a place that is called Ăscerscore. And they fought with the Arthins the same day. Then he died, and his son Ăsc succeeded to the government, and held it one and twenty winters. Then he died, and Ăscuine, his son, succeeded, who reigned eighteen years. Then he died, and Cu■uald succeeded to the government, and reigned eighteen years. When he died, Cu■rŠd succeeded, and reigned seven and twenty years. Then succeeded Cu■ric to the kingdom, and reigned nineteen winters. And he first of the Sons of Ăsc received baptism. Then held Sigeric the government fourteen years after him. Then succeeded Beorhtric, his brother, to the kingdom, whose kin goeth to Ăsc, and held it ten years. Then succeeded Ă■elstan to the kingdom of the Ăscings. Ă■elstan was the son of Beorhtric, Beorhtric of Cu■ric, Cu■ric of Cu■rŠd, Cu■rŠd of Cu■uald, Cu■uald of Ăscuine, Ăscuine of Ăsc, Ăsc of Ăsca. And then had elapsed of his age sixteen winters, and one hundred and eight and twenty winters from the time when his kindred first gained the land of Ăsccynn from the Arthins. And he held the kingdom four and forty winters. When he died, then succeeded Ălfstan, his son, to the kingdom of the Ăscings.


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Post by simsamerica on Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:11 pm

Nice and New, two things I like great CJ Joe90
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Post by Neil on Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:33 am

Nice Work! Love the airport and the timlines are very interesting!
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Post by Joe 90 on Fri Jan 09, 2009 9:49 pm



Across the harbour from Ynys Porthe and the Airport is the Port of Niwehythe, the main shipping docks for Gloucester and the Margravia metropolitan area. For centuries, the wharves only serviced the fishing fleet and other small vessels, as the relatively shallow harbour meant the larger ships of the line had trouble with grounding. With the increase in shipping through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the deeper, but smaller Margravia Harbour was increasingly unable to cope with the number of ships. A perfect solution was found in the early 1920s, when it was agreed that the huge requirement for fill material for the new airport at Ynys Porthe would come out of the harbour, creating the large, deep harbour the growing city desperately needed.








The much-reduced Niwehythe Naval Base is still home to a destroyer flotilla, used mostly for border protection and carrier escorts these days.
L-R: đCS ┴bŠdan (D-66), đCS Gedyrstan (D-72), đCS BrÚman (D-63), đCS ┴nÝedan (D-67), đCS RÚocan (D-64)




The pride of the Ăscgearding Navy during World War II, the battlecruiser đCS TÝw, was named after the pagan god of war and single combat. The TÝw earned a reputation for near-invincibility during the war, as she managed to sink or disable larger and more powerful Axis warships on several occasions, earning 12 battle stars, the most by any non-American warship. Still the King's Navy's nominal Flagship, the TÝw is effectively a working museum ship, and travels extensively on goodwill missions around Arthuria and the World.



The Memorial Wharf, located on the King's Navy's old battlecruiser dock, is dedicated to the sailors of the Second World War. Each tree represents one of the Gloucester-based warships of the era, and the crews who sailed with them.








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Post by Peter on Sat Jan 10, 2009 9:31 am

very nice airport and seaside! Very Happy
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Post by Aranho on Sat Jan 10, 2009 3:00 pm

Wow! Nice city! Great airport! And beautiful seaport!
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Annals of Arthuria: 451-475

Post by Joe 90 on Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:36 am

More from the Annals:






This year Ăsc undertook the government of the Ăscings; the same year they fought with the Arthins at a place now called Donshaw. From that day have reigned the children of Ăsc.


This year came Esa to Arthuria, with his sons, Esla, and Elesa, in three ships, landing at a place that is called Esofer. There they slew many of the Arthish, and some in flight they drove into the wood that is called Bedaswudu.


This year Esa, Esla and Elesa fought with the Arthins, nigh Sarumsfleet; and there slew twelve leaders, all Arthish. On their side a thegn was there slain, whose name was Sarum.


This year Ăsc slew an Arthish king, whose name was Caragern, and five thousand men with him. After this was the land named Carrard, from him, as far as Hamford.


This year Esa, Esla and Elesa besieged the city of Feralt, and slew all that were therein; nor was one Arthin left there afterwards.


This year Ăsc fought with the Arthins in the place that is called Ashley.


This year Ăsc took the isle of Sceldey, and slew many men in Mollbrook.


This year Ăsc and Ăscuine fought with the Arthins at Bernbury.


This year died Ăsc, the first king of the Ăscings. Ăscuine his son succeeded to the government, and reigned afterwards eighteen winters. And he gave to his two cousins, Wuffa and Wini, the whole of the vale of Dean.


This year Ăscuine fought with the Arthins on the spot that is called Grenbeam, and put them to flight. Ăsc was the father of Ăscuine, Ăsc was the son of Ăsca, Ăsca of Isel, Isel of Ingild, Ingild of Garwin, Garwin of FrÚagar, FrÚagar of FrÚauine, FrÚauine of Fri­gar, Fri­gar of Woden.


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Post by Joe 90 on Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:49 pm




Although Margravia is the historical, cultural, and nominal centre of the Margravia metropolitan area, Glowanceaster (or Gloucester if you like) is the effective centre of the modern city, as it houses the main financial centres and many regional and national company headquarters.
Although the date of the first settlement of the Glowanceaster area is unknown, records tell of the coming of Bishop Allemius to the area in 604 to evangelise the Cimbric petty kingdom of ArconsŠt. Establishing his bishopric in the next valley from the ArconsŠting capital of Arworth, he spread the word of God there until being made Archbishop of Eanceaster in 631. The name Glowanceaster, meaning 'Gleaming City' is said to come from the 'holy light' that shone down upon the Church of St. Peter that Allemius founded.
By virtue of having more space than either Margravia or Arworth, and being the centre of the church in the area, Glowanceaster grew rapidly and has traditionally housed many more people than either of these 'more important' cities.
The city is dominated by the magnificent 14th century Cathedral of Saint Dunstan, successor to Allemius' church, despite the presence of modern high-rises. Occupying pride of place in the centre of Glowanceaster, the Cathedral and its manicured grounds are a focal point for all its citizens. The city is also the home of the majority of the areas professional sports teams, notably the NFL Gloucester Barbarians, SLB Gloucester Meteors, STHL Margravia Ravens, and NBA Margravia Wolves. Noone seems to be too bothered that half the teams are named for the Metro area instead of the city!







Also shown in the grounds of the Cathedral are statues of the two kings for whom the boulevards north and south are named - an equestrian statue of King Osuine MŠre (reigned 1815-1865); and the 'Great Protector', King Eadric AnrŠd (1879-1928).




Consecrated in the name of Allemius, first Bishop of Glowanceaster, this is the oldest surviving church in Glowanceaster, dating from the 9th century. The two spires are later additions.


This square, and the surrounding plazas, are dedicated to Ălfuine Ă■eling, the son of King Ălfric Gleau, and uncle of the current king Ă■elrŠd. A keen patron of sports and avid sailor, Ălfuine even represented Ăscgeard in the 1960 and 1964 Simlympic Games, competing in the Flying Dutchman class, before being tragically killed in a training accident in 1966.








The wall running along the M˙­sˇre waterfront is actually a replica built in the 1960s to beautify the area, attract tourists, and block the wind!


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Post by mitsos on Sun Feb 01, 2009 11:14 pm

your city is simply awesome Joe 90.
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Post by Joe 90 on Tue Feb 17, 2009 8:41 pm




Margravia might be the biggest city in Ăscgeard, but it is not the capital. It is not even the capital of its province, Ealdoresmearc. But it can claim to be a capital of sorts, even though it lost that status over 1100 years ago.
In the Cimbric invasions of the 5th century, the people of Earcon settled the coastal regions under the shadow of the DŠccan Mountains. As the Ăscings extended their influence across much of what is now Ealdoresmearc, the Earconings made peace with them, and pledged to defend both peoples from western raiders. So it was that the Kingdom of ArconsŠt survived, and FrÚawald, the first king, established his fortress on the hill where the Citadel of Margravia currently stands. Little now remains of the early settlement, but an astounding number of historical artifacts and monuments have survived through de facto protection from the church.
The Earconingas (Sons of Earcon) National Historic Site, situated just across Lake Arcon from the Citadel hill, contains the ruins of several early Earconing churches, and the remarkably preserved ArconsŠting royal burial grounds, within a traditional ditch-and-bank enclosure. All of this lay for centuries under the control of the Priory of Earcon, whose church and chapel occupied the site of a former meeting hall. The first church, a small wooden structure of which nothing now remains, was built by King FrÚawulf around the year 640, and appears to have been periodically rebuilt over the next few centuries until King FrÚabrand constructed a stone church in honour of St. Cehha on the site in 806, the ruins of which are clearly visible today.
Records tell us that as many as 15 kings of ArconsŠt were buried in the church grounds, although just nine of the distinctive burial mounds remain. Of these, only four have been identified with any certainty as belonging to Kings FrÚawine (reigned 696-704), FrÚawald (809-814), FrÚaric (836-840), and the last king, FrÚastan (884-892). After the death of FrÚastan, King Eadueard annexed ArconsŠt into the Ăscing kingdom.
The site and surrounding land and village of Arworth were vested in the church by royal proclamation in 931, and the Priory was well established there by 1000. The Priors held the land in the name of Earcon, St. Cehha, and the King for over 900 years, until the priory church and outbuildings burned down in 1959, at which point the priory elected to move to a new location, and the land was gifted to the Historic Monuments Office.
Although now administered as a Category I National Historic Site, the Priory retains guardianship of its spiritual home, and it is not uncommon to see Priors tending to the grounds to this day.




Built in 806, FrÚabrand's Church, also known as St. Cehha's Stone Church, is one of the oldest surviving buildings in Arthuria.


The ruined Priory church is as well cared for now as it was when it was in use.


Mound 5 (lower left) has been identified as probably belonging to King FrÚaric (reigned 836-840); while the occupant of Mound 6 (upper right) is as yet unidentified.


The Priory once considered building a wall to keep the Varings out, but it was never finished and, fortunately, never needed.


"Here once stood a nation..."


Built on a corner of the former Priory grounds, outside the ruins proper, to replace the burnt down church. This makes it the eighth church dedicated to St. Cehha on this site that we know of.


The oldest area of Arworth is covered by a separate HMO category listing.

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Post by mitsos on Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:16 am

very beautiful pictures Joe 90. i am impressed Exclamation
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Post by knarfmo on Sun Jul 12, 2009 6:04 am

Very nice work!
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Post by cormiermax on Sun Jul 12, 2009 7:30 am

very nice! where did you get those houses in the last pic?
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Post by Joe 90 on Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:21 am

cormiermax wrote:very nice! where did you get those houses in the last pic?

http://www.simtropolis.com/stex/index.cfm?p=files&keyword=haarlemmergold&view=all Smile

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Post by cormiermax on Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:55 am

thanks! Very Happy
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Post by mitsos on Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:02 am

awesome uptade
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Post by Peter on Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:36 am

wow....stunning work joe!
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