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  • Llud's Hall

    Llud’s hall is one of the most well defended mottes in Britain, it was built by Vortigern, on the site of an old roman fort. Although it cannot measure against roman castles of rock and stone, it is still stronger than most defenses in Logres. Vortigern …

  • The Forests of Britain

    “Forest” is a territorial designation, the confines of which may or may not be heavily wooded. Forest areas are under ordinary law and a special type of law called (unsurprisingly) Forest Law. Forest Law is designed to protect the venison and vert, which …

  • Aurelius Ambrosius

    433: Born 443: Father, King Constans murdered by Vortigern. 444: Ambrosius flees to Brittany with his brother at age 10. 466-467: Ambrosius returns to Britain, landing in Hampshire with an army from Brittany. After besieging Vortigern's army at …

  • Uther

    436: Born 443: Father, King Constans murdered by Vortigern. 444: Uther flees to Brittany with his brother at age 8. 466: [[:aurelius-ambrosius | Aurelius Ambrosius]] and Uther return to Britain, landing in Hampshire with an army from Brittany. 468: …

  • Ælle

    * 477: Lands in southern Britain with a large army and takes over the area. Many of the peasants fl ee, but others are captured and enslaved. Ælle renames the land South Saxony, or Sussex. Defeats [[:aurelius-ambrosius | Aurelius Ambrosius]] in battle. …

  • Vortigern

    * Year 441: As duke, Vorigern urges the [[High Council]] to elevt Constans, son of Constantin, to the throne as high king. * Year 443: Constans is murdered by his Pictish bodyguard. Vortigern elected by the High Council as King of the Britons. * Year …

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