01 November 2011 @ 08:22 pm
The Court Archivist Geoffrey is a long lived man, who has seen many, many things in his time and has no problems writing long winded rambles!

So, in the proud tradition of archivists everywhere, Geoffrey has written his tale, a history of Camelot and Albion, or at least the history he got to experience.

And being the great court archivist that he is he has included some topographical references for you, the gentle reader so you are well placed while reading this long-winded story.



The state of Albion around the time Geoffrey was born. Prior to the year 900 the country was in a constant state of flux with ever changing borders, but from 901 onwards things settled down and the borders remained virtually unchanged for many decades.



To say that the countries of Albion and Gaul do not get along is an understatement, but the kingdom of Brittany has a close connection with Cornwall, a fact that will prove important in the future.

Chapters in the Archivist's Tale

Prologue

Part the First - The Boy

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Part the Second - The Student

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Part the Third - The Search

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Part the Fourth - Camelot - Map of the City

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Part the Fifth - The Tutor

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Part the Sixth - Magic - Map of the Kingdom of Camelot

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Part the Seventh - The Scribe

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Part the Eighth - The Visitors

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Part the Ninth - Cornwall

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Part the Tenth - The Novice

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Current Location: The Library of Camelot Castle
Current Mood: working
 
 
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