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Codex Britannia > Cornwall
Cornwall is a kingdom encompassing land in both Britain and Brittany. It is a strong military nation consisting of both Cymric and Roman culture, and is in the early stages of feudalism.
It is ruled by King Idres of Cornwall together with his son Mark who takes big part in the politics.
The country of Cornwall has a traditional history with the county of Cornwall, although they are two separate entities now.
Map of Cornwall
The main seat of the country is in Brittany, and held by the mighty King Idres, relative to British Immigrants. The country also has some land in the western part of Britain, traditionally the county Cornwall, the vassal country Lyonesse and some of the land of the traditional Duchy of Cornwall.
In later years the King of Cornwall has invaded British land and taken Ascalon, Tintagel and moving inwards towards Logres center.
- X – present: King Idres of Cornwall
Counties on the British Isles
Land in Brittany
Ruled from Benwick, this County is ruled by Steward Anthony (479- ) for the King of Corwnwall; it is a rich farmland and very prosperous. Occitanian and Arian Christian in culture. Steward Anthony rules with a steady hand, but collects more taxes than the locals like.
‘Little Cornwall’, the Royal Country of Brittany. Now ruled by King Idres. Cymric and British Christian. A mix of fishermen and farmers live here.
Settled by refugees from Vortigern. Ruled by Hoel. Cymric and British Christian. It is quiet pasture and farmland.
Cymric and British Christian. Most of its folk are fishermen. It contains the village of Asterius, which claims to have never bowed to Roman rule.
The most romanized region of Brittany. Ruled by Praetor Severus. Roman and Roman Christian. The richest agricultural lands are found here, along with wineries, superior to those of Logres, but inferior to those of Champagne and Burgundy.
This thick, fae-haunted forest occupies a fair amount of the interior, touching all four duchies. Few dare to walk within.