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Wray Ferrell
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Hi,

Just uploaded the updated map based on feedback (thanks) and the counters. Please look over the files and let us know what you think. It will probably take until morning for the files to show up as they have to be approved by an admin.

Thanks, Wray
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Wray Ferrell
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There was an issue with the counter upload that hopefully has been fixed so they should show up later today.

For those keeping track at home.
Map: Done
Event Cards: Done
Counters: Done? Depending on feedback. Please look over them

We are currently proofing the influence cards which is the last major piece of art. Items still to be done - rules and player aids.

Thanks, Wray
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If you wish historical accuracy, there is a slight problem with the eastern border of Italia.

Archeological evidence from 2001 moves the border further to the east, as per the map below.



The map's date circa 400 AD is not relevant, because the evidence indicates that the city of Emona belonged to Roman Italy since the reign of Augustus (the probable date of the discovered boundary stone), but no later than Claudius.

Paragraph from wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emona

"Regarding its location within Roman Italy, in 2001 a boundary stone between Aquileia and Emona was discovered in the vicinity of Bevke in the bed of the Ljubljanica River. The stone is made of Aurisina limestone. Because similar stones were only used to demarcate two communities belonging to the same Roman province and because it is not disputed that Aquileia belonged to Roman Italy, this means that both towns belonged to Italy and that Emona was never part of Illyricum (or, later, of the province of Pannonia).[1]"

1. Šašel Kos, M. (2002) "The boundary stone between Aquileia and Emona", Arheološki Vestnik 53, pp. 373–382.
 
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They look great! You should upload an image of the map at lower resolution than the one you uploaded as a file, and propose it as representative image. The present one is not very 'attractive'...
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Wray Ferrell
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Nostradamus71 wrote:
If you wish historical accuracy, there is a slight problem with the eastern border of Italia.


Thanks for the feedback. I will pull out all my map books tonight and see what they say.
 
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Wray Ferrell
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franchi wrote:
They look great! You should upload an image of the map at lower resolution than the one you uploaded as a file, and propose it as representative image. The present one is not very 'attractive'...


That is an excellent idea. Thanks!
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