Robyn, Dominus Sorviodunum

The young warlord of Salisbury


Book of the Dead

Robyn died in 463 in the Night of Long Knives, he stood upon the stone altar toasting to the health of Hengest the Saxon when his throat was cut. He is the symbol of the hatred against the Saxons in Salisbury. “Robyns-throat” is a Salisbury saying for treachery as well as vengence.

Salisbury.pngBorn: 433
Died: 463
Son number: 1
Homeland: Salisbury,Logres
Culture: Cymric
Lineage: House of Sarum Rock
Liege Lord: High King Vortigern
Current Class: Dominus
Current Home: Sarum Rock, Under-ditch hundred
Distinctive features:
Stern eyebrows

Forms of address

Common: Domnius (or Warlord)
Personal: Robyn (or more polite: Lord Robyn)
Colloquial name: Sorviodunum (or more polite: Dominus Sorviodunum)
Informal: Warlord of Salisbury
Formal: Avon Flumen Torrentem Dominus (Lord of the Brook of Avon River), Dominus Sorviodunum, Lord Robyn, Warlord of Salisbury; Lord of the Castle of the Rock, Castle of the Borders, Castle of the DuPlain, Castle of Vagon, and other lands of note.
Optional Suffix: son of Rudderch

Current entourage

Maria, Domina a Castrum de Cerva (Mistress of the Castle of the Deer). b. 440

♀ Anna, b. 445
Roderick, b. 450
♂ Renn, b. 450 d. 453
♀ Adelia, b. 455
♀ Adela, b. 455

Several young sons of great warriors

A grand court of followers

Known for


Robyn, Dominus Sorviodunum

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