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Provinces of Yr Ymerodreath Ynysoedd yr Haul

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

Yr Ymerodreath Ynysoedd yr Haul will be divided in eight provinces:

 

a) The Isle of Finistère;

 

B) The Isle of Avalon;

 

c) Bretagne (the current Deryacezamin);

 

d) The Lósálfareyar;

 

e) Four provinces on the main island.

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Aneirin ab Amaethon,

 

You may, as recognition for triggering the renaissance of this country, divide the main island in four provinces. You may also designate a couple of cities.

 

(As agreed by me and Queen Astrid the main island will be Celtified so the Nidarosian provinces as well as all Nidarosian cities on the main island, except for the City of Volsdame, have been removed.)

 

Please find in the post below the almost blank map of the main island.

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Knock us of our feet, Aneirin ab Amaethon! thumbsup.gif

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Why don't we call the provinces realms, each headed by a king or queen?

Kings and Queens are trouble.

No really, when one accepts a king, he accepts a hierarchic system. When you want a democracy you can't have royals, except for ceremonial functions.

 

Besides that, the reason I am in favour of the fusion is that the number of kings would be reduced.

Life of a socialist in an empire is hard. crying.gif

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The kings in this system will only be petty kings just like in ancient Ireland.

They were called 'rí' or 'righ' (I think). Wouldn't it be better to use these words?

 

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* Looks forward to seeing Aneirin ab Amaethon's map of the Provinces of Yr Ymerodreath Ynysoedd yr Haul. *

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