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Is there a list of the old location/county name changes?

The book states that they change them from the current names to the more historical names.

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Which book?

ESTATE, WARLORD and UTHER use the 'descriptive' names, basically just writing out in modern English what the name of the place means, or coming up with a descriptive name for the castle. They have lists of placenames in the appendix to try and match them back to the modern names. Note though that other than the Roman names (Corinium instead of Cirencester), they are not particularly historical, they are still based on the Anglo-Saxon names, simply written out in modern English. Which leads to some clunky names at times, like, IIRC, The Bridge on River Cam for Cambridge.

However, Greg decided that going forward, the city/castle names would revert back to 5th edition & GPC names, with the exception of county names that would stay the same. That is why SIRES is using 'London' instead of 'Londinium', but has 'Huntland' instead of 'Huntington', and so forth.

I think Roberto collected a list of all the placenames in the above three books and posted them on the old forum. Do you still have it, Roberto? @mandrill_one

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The reason I ask is, I will be starting a new Pendragon campaign and using some of the books that are 5th compatible but still using old/new names.

Using the following books:

Pendragon 5.2, Book of Sires, Book of Knights & Ladies, Book of the Entourage, Book of the Estate or Book of the Manor (haven't decided which yet), Book of Armies, Book of Battles 2nd, Book of Warlords, Book of Feast, Book of Uther

 For example, one of my player rolled his homeland in berroc, but there are no references to that location in older books, I assume its Surrey in the Book of Knights & Ladies, but not sure.

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Yes it's Surrey.

Basically what seems to have happened was that Greg decided to get rid of all the Saxon influenced place names and titles (so the Earl of Salisbury became a Count), but this didn't go over well, as most modern names are or at least associated with the ones used in KJAP 5 and before.  Espcially since many of the descriptive names are hard to place outside of Pendragon. People can figure out where Sarum or Malborough are, but probably can't find the Rock or Sparrohawk castle without looking it up in one of the game indexes.

 

There was a compiled list of place names of the old nocturnal site, which linked the new place names to the old. . I might have saved it on the hard drive somewhere. If I can find it I could repost it here. 

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23 minutes ago, Atgxtg said:

There was a compiled list of place names of the old nocturnal site, which linked the new place names to the old. . I might have saved it on the hard drive somewhere. If I can find it I could repost it here. 

This one? If some kind person would like to collate this into a single document with references where needed and send it to me I will post it here.

Greg Stafford
03-31-2016, 07:25 PM
Let me know what may be missing

Former Places No Longer Used
The colorful Arthurian names used in several supplements are being abandoned. Here is a list of those names followed by the modern name that will be used instead. KAP County names will also remain. Roman names for the larger cities will also remain. 
Abbeypass Hundred; Yetminster H, Dorset
Abraham's Abbey, Rydychan; Abington, Oxford
Alderbrook, Gentian; Aldbourne, Wiltshire 
Alices Wood, Silchester; Alice Holt, Hampshire
Ambrius' Abbey, Salisbury; Amesbury, Wiltshire 
Ambrosius' Abbey; Amesbury, Wiltshire 
Ancient Mound, Glevum; Howle Hill, Hereford 
Army Hill Hundred; Harlow H, Essex
Ash Tree Spring, Hartland; Ashwell, Hertfordshire
Ashtree, Ascalon; Ashbrittle, Somerset 
Ashtree, Lambor; Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire
Aspen Manor, Berroc; Weybridge, Surrey
Astolat, Silchester; Guildford, Surrey
Avalon, Summerlands; Glastonbury, Somerset
Axbridge, Summerland; Axbridge, Somerset
Axe, Ascalon; Axminster, Devonshire
Badger Forest, Hantonne; Bagshot, Hampshire
Ban’s Town; Banbury
Bards Abbey, Linden; Bardney, Lincolnshire
Baths, Summerland; Bath, Somerset 
Battle Axe Pillar, Tintagel; Barnstaple, Devonshire
Bayford, Hartland; Bayford, Herts 
Beachfort H., Hantonne; Burghbeach H
Beachfort Hundred; Burghbeach H, Sussex
Beautiful Place, Dorsette; Beaulieu, Hampshire
Beautiful View, Castle of the, Lambor; Belvoir, Leicestershire
Beaver: Belvoir
Bedegraine Castle, Bedegraine; Derby Castle, Derbyshire 
Bee’s Clearing; Bickleigh
Beggarsford, Jagent; Lattiford, Somerset
Behind the Waters, Lonazep; Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Belisfield Hundred; Budleigh H, Devonshire
Birch Farm, Rydychan; Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire 
Birch Wood; Berkeley
Birchwood, Clarence; Berkeley, Gloucestershire
Bishop's Hold, Hartland; Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire
Black Abbot's, Dorsette; Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire
Black Torrent, Tintagel; Black Torrington, Devonshire
Blackmoor, Hartland; Black More, Hertfordshire 
Blackriver, Gentian; Calne, Wiltshire
Blackthorn, Rydychan; Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire
Bladud's Mound, Summerland; Malmesbury, Wiltshire
Bluefield Hundred; Blofield, Norfolk
Bluefort Hundred; Blewbury H, Berkshire
Boarshead, Lonazep; Swineshead, Lincoln 
Bordermark, Salisbury; Chilmark, Wiiltshire 
Borders, Castle of the, Salisbury; Devizes, Wiltshire 
Borderwood, Dorsette; Ringwood, Hampshire 
Bracken Hundred; Braughing H, Hertshire
Bracken, Hartland; Braughing, Herts
Bran’s (Castle); Brancaster
Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth; Bermondsey, Surrey
Bran’s Town, Lambor; Branston, Leicestershire
Brick Glade; Brickleigh
Bridge on the Cam, Clarence; Cambridge, Gloucester
Bright Place, Hartland; Shenley, Hertfordshire
Bright Skull, Silchester; Kingsclere, Hampshire
Bright Stream; Sherbourne
Brightstream, Jagent; Sherbourne, Dorsetshire 
Briocstown, Wuerensis; Bloxham, Oxfordshire
Broad Stream Fort, Caerwent; Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex
Broad Stream; Bradwell
Broadford, Ascalon; Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset
Broomfield Hundred; Chelmsford H (north), Essex
Brown, Lonazep; Bourne, Lincolnshire
Brushwood, Hartland; Graveley, Hertfordshire 
Brutus’ (Castle); Walton
Buck (estate); Buckingham
Buck, Caerwent; Buckenham, Suffolk 
Buckland Estate, Clarence; Buckland, Gloucestershire
By the Great Weir; Warwick
By the Junction; Haltwhistle
Camulos, Hantonne, Carisbrooke, Hampshire 
Castle Dykes, Tribruit; Farthingstone, Northamptonshire
Castle of Llud’s Hall, Castle of, Salisbury; Ludgershall, Wiltshire
Castle on the Heights, Ascalon; Dunster, Somerset
Cattlefarm, Silchester; Neatham, Hampshire 
Cattleherds, Wuerensis; Kineton, Warwickshire
Chalk Pit, Rydychan; Chalgrove, Oxfordshire 
Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth; Writtle, Essex
City of Legions, Cheshire; Chester, Cheshire
Clareia, Caerwent; Tunstead, Norfolk
Cleanstream, Ascalon; Broad Clyst, Devonshire 
Cleanstream, Caercolun; Henstead, Suffolk
Clear Stream, Caercolun; Clare, Suffolk
Clearford, Clarence; Fairford, Gloucestershire 
Clearing of the Bees, Ascalon; Bickleigh, Devonshire
Clearstream, Caercolun; Clare, Suffolk
Clubtree Hundred; Culliford H, Dorsetshire
Cock Field, Caercolun; Cockfield, Suffolk
Collsvale Hundred ; Wacrescumbe H. (later part of Bradley H), Gloucestershire
Corinium, Clarence; Cirincester, Gloucestershire
Cornerfield, Caercolun; Crowfield, Suffolk 
Courtship Valley, Ascalon; Luccomb, Somerset 
Cow’s Town; Kineton
Cowfold Hundred; Stoke H, Buckinghamshire
Cranes Hundred; Corringham H, Lincoln
Creeksea Landing, Caercolun; Creeksea, Essex 
Crooked Stream, Tribruit; Woburn, Bedfordshire
Crow Land, Lonazep; Croyland, Lincolnshire
Crucifix Hill; Maldon
Curry Stream, Ascalon; North Curry, Somerset
Curtaintown, Rydychan; Kirtlington, Oxfordshire
Dangerous Ford, Tribruit; Bedford, Bedfordshire
Deepwater, Caercolun; Dunwich, Suffolk
Deer, Bedegraine; Derby, Derbyshire
Ditch Hundred; Diss H, Norfolk
Donkey Hill, Rydychan; Ellesborough, Buckshire 
Doubleford Hundred; Tiverton H, Devon
Dove Field, Bedegraine; Duffield, Derbyshire
Driants, Salisbury; Elston, Wiltshire 
Durnovaria, Dorsette; Dorchester, Dorsetshire
East Town, Castle of, Caercolun; Earsham, Norfolk
Eels, Huntland; Ely, Cambridgeshire
Elm Tree Spring, Also called: Elmswell, Suffolk
Elmham, Caercolun; Elmham, Suffolk
Enclosure, Berroc; Hounslow, Middlesex 
Ex River, Ascalon; Exeter, Devonshire
Excellent: Tewkesbury
Ferns; Farnham
Ferny Stone; Farthingstone
Fishspawn, Hartland; Cottered, Hertfordshire 
Fishtown Hundred; Fishborough H (part), Worchestershire
Fivetrees Hundred; Pimperne, Dorset
Flax Spring, Linden; Flaxwell, Lincoln
Flax: Flaxley
Flaxfield, Glevum; Flaxley, Gloucester
Fleetstreams Hundred; Flitt H, Bedfordshire
Floodriver, Salisbury; Wilton, Wiltshire
Foot of the Hill, Wuerensis; Churchover, Warwicks 
Ford of the Oxen, Rydychan; Oxford, Oxfordshire
Ford of the Roe Deer, Thamesmouth; Rayleigh, Essex
Fordstream Hundred; Welford, Surrey
Fort Bran, Caerwent; Brancaster, Norfolk
Fort Brutus, Caercolun; Walton-on-the-Naze, Suffolk
Fort Gwent, Escavalon; Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales; 
Fort Hill; Dunster
Fox, Wuerensis; Foxton, Leicestershire 
Freebridge Hundred; Freebridge H, Norfolk
Frogvale, Caercolun; Frostenden, Suffolk 
Gentian Hill, Gentian; Marlborough, Wiltshire
Gentian Hill; Marlborough
Gentian Mound, Marlborough; Marloborough, Wiltshire
Gleaming House, Rydychan; Glympton, Oxfordshire
Glevum, Glevum; Gloucester, Gloucester
Goat Town, Tribruit; Geddington, Northampshire
Good Folk’s; Folkingham
Good Wealth; Goodrich
Grantabridge, Huntland; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
Gravel House, Lonazep; Grantham, Lincoln
Great Bear, Wuerensis; Banbury, Oxfordshire
Great Bridge, Summerland; Bristol, Somerset 
Great River, Hantonne; Michaeldever, Hampshire 
Great Valley Forest, Glevum; Dean Forest,Gloucestershire 
Great Wealth, Glevum; Goodrich, Herefordshire
Great Weir, Castle of, Wuerensis; Warwick, Warwickwhire
Greatford, Caerwent; Thetford, Norfolk
Green Homestead; Miserden
Greenhome, Clarence; Miserden, Gloucester
Greetham; Greetham, Lincoln 
Grovesend H., Wuerensis; Gravesend 
Guinnon, Caercolun; Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk—the name Guinnon will remain
Hantonne, Hantonne; Southampton, Hampshire
Harbor Enclosure, Ascalon; Carhampton, Somerset 
Harbor Town; Portchester
Harborkeep Fort, Hantonne; Portchester, Hampshire
Hartland, Tintagel; Hartland, Devonshire 
Harts Ford, Hartland; Hertford, Hertfordshire
Hartspool, Caercolun; Eye, Suffolk
Hazelgrove, Ascalon; Sampford Peverel, Devonshire 
Healing Waters; Bath
Healing Wells, Summerland; Wells, Somerset
Heather, Gentian; Heddington, Wiltshire 
Hen Farm, Caercolun; Henstead, Suffolk
Hidden Valley, Clarence; Winchcomb, Gloucestershire
Hiddenvale, Clarence; Winchcomb, Gloucestershire
High Cherry, Huntland; Cherry Hinton, Cambridge 
High Place Harbor, Caercolun; Ipswich
Hill by the Junction; Haltwhistle
Hill of the Horn, Linden; Horncastle, Lincs.
Holy Place, Ascalon; Cannington, Somerset
Holy Place; Stogursey
Horns, Huntland; Horningsea, Cambridge
Horse Mane Fort, Wuerensis; Mancetter, Leicestershire
Hot Spring, Ascalon; Bampton, Devonshire 
Houndbarrow Hundred; Hounslowe H, Middlesex
Hounds Hundred; Houndsborough H, Somerset
Humberside, Linden; Humberstone, Lincoln
Huntsman Hill, Huntland; Huntington, Huntingtonshire
Huntsman, Fort of the; Huntland; Huntingdon, Huntingtonshire
Huntsman, Huntland; Ramsey, Huntingdon 
In the Vale, Tribruit; Denton, Northumberlandshire 
Irwynshome Hundred; South Erpingham H., Norfolk
Isle that was Raised, Hantonne; Wight, Hampshire
Jagent, Jagent; Ilchester, Somerset
King Lear’s; Leicester
King’s House, Lincoln; Kingerby, Lincoln
King’s Town, Hartland; Kingsbury, Middlesex
Lambor, Lambor; Lutterworth/ High Cross? , Leicestershire
Landing Place; Hedenham
Lear; Leicester
Lear’s Castle, Lambor; Leicester, Leicestershire 
Legion Fort, Escavalon; Carlion, South Wales
Levcomagus, Silchester; Andover, Hampshire
Lily Stream; Lilbourne
Linden Pool, Linden; Lincoln, Lincolnshire 
Little Hill; Cricket St Thomas, Somerset 
Little Muddy Estuary; Yarmouth, Wight
Lleushill Hundred; Weneslawe H (later part of Biggleswade), Bedfordshire
Lluds Castle, Londinium; Bayard’s Castle, London 
Lonazep, Lonazep; Stamford, Lincolnshire 
Londinium, Thamesmouth; London, Middlesex 
Lonely Glade, Bunsty, Buckinghamshire
Lonely Path, Wuerensis; Ansty, Warwickshire
Lonely Path; Ansty
Longport, Jagent; Langport, Somerset
Longridge, Clarence; Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
Lookout Knoll; Totternhoe
Lovestream, Jagent; Cary, Somerset 
Lower Fort, Dorsette; Netherbury, Dorsetshire 
Luds Stream, Linden; Louth, Lincolnshire
Magouns, Hantonne; Arundel, Sussex
Manorfort Hundred; Bucklebury, Berkshire
Mapletree, Tribruit; Linford, Buckinghamshire 
Marshtown, Berroc; Merstham. Surrey 
Meadow by the Weir; Wareham
Meadowstream; Dorsette; Wimborne, Dorsetshire
Meetinglade Hundred; Shirley H., (later part of Christchurch H) Hampshire
Mighty Ones, Lonazep; Braceborough, Lincoln 
Millstream, Ascalon; Milverton, Somerset
Minnow Stream, Lonazep; Pinchbeck, Lincoln 
Monument Hill, Caercolun; Maldon, Essex 
Mousefort, Ascalon; Musbury, Devonshire 
Muddy Estuary, Great; Yarmouth, Norwich
Muddy Estuary, Little; Yarmouth, Wight
Nakedthorn Hundred; Nachededorn H., (later Compton H) Berkshire
North Town, Hartland; Norton, Hertfordshire
Nottingham, Bedegraine; Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Noviomagus, Hantonne; Noviomagus, Sussex
Oak Slope; ?
Oak Town Ironworks, Summerland 
Oak Town, Tintagel; Okehampton, Devonshire
Oaksfort, Salisbury; Oakbury, Wiltshire
Oakslope, Silchester; Oakhanger, Hampshire 
Oatfield, Castle in the, Thamesmouth; Havering, Essex
Old Fort, Caerwent; Burgh, Norfolk
On the Slope, Wuerensis; Silverstone, Northamptonshire
Osier Hundred; Pershore H (part), Worcestershire
Outpost of the Sacred Grove, Ascalon; Nemetostatio Vernementum (Roman), 
Owen’s House, Rydychan; Waddesdon 
Owensford Hundred; Eynesford H., Norfolk
Ox Bridge, Hantonne; Rotherbridge, Sussex
Ox Farm 1, Hantonne; Exton, Hampshire
Ox Farm 2, Hartland; Oxwick, Herts
Oxen Ford, Rydychen; Oxford, Oxfordshire
Oxfence Hundred; Oxendon H, Northampton
Pass, Dorsette; Corfe, Dorsetshire
Pasture on the Stream; Beccles
Patricks Island, Thamesmouth; Brixton, Surrey 
Peoples Ford, Caerwent; Thetford, Norfolk
Pinnacle, Jagent; Montacute, Somerset
Pleached Hedge, Hartland; Pleshy, Essex
Pool, Jagent; Martock, Somerset 
Priestown, Jagent; Preston, Somerset
Rapid Stream Bridge; Bristol
Raven’s Home, Linden; Raventhorpe (in Appleby), Lincoln 
Ravenfarm, Tribruit; Ravensthorpe Northampton 
Ravens Men, Caerwent; Raveningham, Suffolk
Red Tower, Wuerensis; Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Remote Valley; Winchcomb
River Ford; Reading
Riverbend, Caercolun; Witham, Essex
Riverford, Silchester; Reading, Berkshire
Roaring Stream, Ascalon; Taunton, Somerset
Roaring Stream; Taunton
Rock, Castle of the; Salisbury; Sarum; Old Sarum, Wiltshire 
Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth; Rayleigh, Essex
Roman Isle, Hantonne; Romsey, Hampshire
Rook’s House; Rockingham
Rooksroost Castle, Tribruit; Rockingham, Leicestershire
Roundhill, Caerwent; Cringleford Norfolk 
Rydychan, Rydychan; Wallingford, Oxfordshire
Sacred Grove of Spring, Bedegraine; Nemetostatio (Roman)
Saint Cofs; Coventry
Sand Dunes, Silchester; 
Sea Fort, Caerwent; Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk
Seaside, Ascalon; Seaton, Devonshire 
Sentinel Ridge, Castle of, Tribruit; Totternhoe, Bedfordshire
Shallow Stream, Tribruit; Scaldwell, Northamptonshire 
Sharp Hill; Montacute
Slaughtertown, Wuerensis; Banbury, Oxfordshire
Slipford, Lonazep; Sleaford, Lincoln
Smallage Hundred, Marcham H (later Ock H), Berkshire
South Town; Sudbury
Southmule Hundred; Moulsoe H., (later Newport H) Buckinghamshire
Southtown, Caercolun; Sudbury, Suffolk
Southworks, Thamesmouth; Southwark, Surrey
Sparrowhawk Castle, Gentian; Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire
Sparrows, Caercolun; Colchester Castle, Essex
Spearshaft, Dorsetshire; Shaftsbury, Dorsetshire
Spearshaft; Shaftsbury
Springs Hundred; Burnah H, Berkshire
St Albans, Hartland; St Albans, Hertfordshire
St Arius, Londinium: an imagined place 
St Cofs, Wuerensis; Coventry, Warwickshire
St Josephe's, Castle of the Rock; imaginary place
St Martin's Silchester, Silchester; imaginary place
St Mary's, Londinium; St. Mary’s, London
St Ninnians Abbey, Linden; Humberton, Lincoln
St Peter's, Lonazep; Peterborough, Northamptonshire
St. Ninnians Abbey, Lambor; imaginary, inside Lears
Stag’s Meadow, Rydychan; Buckingham, Buckinghamshire
Stag’s Meadow, Tribruit; Buckingham
Stone Circle, Caercolun; Ringshall, Suffolk 
Stone Town; Stanton-on-Wold
Stonepillar Hundred; Staple H, Wiltshire
Stones, Berroc; Staines, Middlesex
Stones; Staines
Stonetown, Lambor; Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire 
Stonewall, Tribruit; Stanwick, Northamptonshire
Stoney Ford, Lonazep; Stamford, Lincoln
Streamside, Caercolun; Beccles, Suffolk
Strong Gate, Hartland;; Stevenage, Hertfordshire 
Swan Island, Caercolun; Olney, Bucks 
Tansy, Dorsette; Hilton, Dorsetshire 
Terrabil, Tintagel; Bosinet, Cornwall—will be kept
The Ferry, Caerwent; Hedenham, Norfolk
Thicket, Hartland; Bushey, Hertfordshires 
Thornbush, Silchester; Farnham, Surrey
Thornbush; Farleigh Wallop, Hampshire.
Thorne Tree, Lonazep; Thorney, Cambridgeshire
Thorntree, Caercolun; Thorrington, Essex 
Three Wells; Wells
Threemounds Hundred; Threo H, Lincoln
Thunderrumble, Caercolun; Thunderlowe, Essex 
Tils Farm, Salisbury; Tilsbury, Wiltshire
Tintagel, Tintagel; Tintagel, Cornwall 
Tollford Hundred; Tollerford H, Dorset
Tribruit, Tribruit; Northampton, Northamptonshire
Tricklebrook, Lambor; Seaton, Lincoln 
Tumulus Hill; Brailes
Twin Rivers, Dorsette; Twynham (Christchurch) 
Twisting River Town, Gentian
Upper Ford, Caercolun; Orford, Suffolk
Valley (Forest of); Dean Forest
Venta, Caerwent; Norwich, Norfolk
M*****
03-31-2016, 07:44 PM
A lot. To start with, everything after Venta.

Alas, I can't cut and paste just a single column from either BoU or BotW appendices... So rather than make a mess of it or spend time in retyping it by hand, I am going to leave it at that note.

EDIT: (copy-pasting from a list Greg so kindly emailed me....)

Wagon Ford, Caercolun; Beccles, Suffolk 
Warrior Spring, Huntland; Barnwell, Northampton 
Water Lily Brook, Wuerensis; Cropredy, Oxfordshires 
Watercress, Glevum; Newent, Gloucestershire 
Waters, Lonazep; Bourne, Lincolnshire
Waters; Bourne
Waybrook Hundred; Wayland H, Norfolk
Weaving River Island; Waverly
Weir Grove, Silchester; Wargrave, Berkshire
Weir Meadow, Dorsette; Wareham, Dorsetshire
Wells, Summerland; Wells, Somerset
Wereside, Salisbury; Warminster, Wiltshire
West Abbey, Thamesmouth; Westminster, London
Wet Wood, Hantonne; Netley, Hampshire
Wet Wood; Netley
Wethersfield Hundred, Whittlesford H, Cambridgeshire
Wheat Hill, Tribruit; Mursley, bucks
Wheatfield, Hantonne; Freemantle, Hampshire
White City, Hantonne; Winchester, Hampshire 
White Tower, Londinium; White Tower, London
Whiteford Hundred, Willybrook H, (later Whittlesford H), Cambridgeshire
Whitewell, Lambor; Whitwell, Rutland 
Wildmound, Caerwent; Feltwell, Norfolk
Wildspring, Caerwent; Feltwell, Norfolk
Winch Banks, Castle of, Silchester; Windsor, Berkshire
Winding Stream, Also called: Charwelton, Northampton
Windlass Banks; Windsor
Wolfhill, Clarence; Castlemorton, Gloucestershie 
Wolfpool Path Hundred ; Wolmersty h, Lincoln
Wolftown, Tribruit; Calverton, Buckinghamshire 
Wood Hill, Clarence; Hurst, Gloucestershire
Wooded Enclosure; Odiham
Wooded Town; Odiham
Wooded, Silchester; Odiham, Hampshire
Woodgrove, Linden; The Castles, Barrow-on-Humber, Lincoln
Woodpecker, Tintagel; Bickleigh, Devonshire
Wynchbank: Windsor
Wyrmstown, Linden; Ormsby, Lincoln
Yarmouth Castle, Hantonne; Yarmouth, Hampshire (Wight)
Yoke Hill Hundred; Ixhill H, Buckinghamshire
Yokeford, Caercolun; Yoxford, Suffolk
Youngbuck, Dorsette; Buckland Newton, Dorsetshire 


In addition, looks like at least most of BoE places are missing, too:

Alders, Glevum: Awre , Gloucestershire
Aldermarket, Clarence: Bisley, Gloucestershire
Allanstown, Glevum: Allaston, Gloucestershire
Antfield, Hantonne: Ampfield, Hampshire
Ascalon: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somerset, and Dorset.
Ashtree, Glevum: Naas, Gloucestershire
Ashtree, Linden: Ashby, Lincolnshire
Badforest, Hantonne: N Baddesley, Hampshire
Banfarm, Cherinsford: Bensted, Chelmsford
Banswall, Linden: Horncastle, Lincolnshire
Barn, Silchester: Lasham, Hampshire
Barns, Thamesmouth: Barnes, Surrey
Beantown, Hantonne: Binstead, Hampshire
Bear Isle, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey
Bearstone, Thamesmouth: Brixton, Surrey
Bedegraine: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
Beeches, Thamesmouth: Tooting Bec, Surrey
Berroc: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent.
Birch, Silchester: Bartley, Hampshire
Bramblefield, Clarence: Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire
Bran’s Island, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey
Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Gloucesters and Somersets
Britain: A large island in northwest Europe divided into many kingdoms. Of those, southern Logres is the largest and most important, while Malahaut is the second, located in the central part of the isle. It is called, poetically, “The Isle of the Mighty.”
Brushmarsh, Clarence: Stroud, Gloucestershire
Brutustown, Cherinsford: Great Baddow, Chelmsford
Bullfield, Glevum: Bulley, Gloucestershire
Caercolun: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk.
Caerwent: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Suffolk and Essex.
Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex
Camulos’ Fort, Clarence: Kimbury, Gloucestershire
Castle in the Vale, Tribruit: Denton, Northamptonshire
Cathouse, Wuerensis: Catthorpe, Leicestershire
Chattering, Cherinsford: Writtle, Chelmsford
Cherinsford, Cherinsford: Chelmsford, Essex
Cherinsford Hundred: A hundred Thamesmouth County consisting of the southern half of modern Chelmsford Hundred in Essex.
Childs, Hantonne: Chilworth, Hampshire
Church, Glevum: Churcham, Gloucestershire
Churchfence, Glevum: Minsterworth, Gloucestershire
Churning, Clarence: Cerney, Gloucestershire
Clarence: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire
Clearvale, Ascalon: Combe Raleigh, Devon
Coalstream, Clarence: Colesbourne, Gloucestershire
Cobs, Clarence: Coberley, Gloucestershire
Coldash, Wuerensis: Cold Ashby, Northamptonshire
Cornerfield, Silchester: Winchfield, Hampshire
Cottagebrook, Wuerensis: Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire
County Rydychan: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckshire and Wiltshire (Curiously under County, while all the other counties are under their own name...)
Crane Lake, Thamesmouth: Camberwell, Surrey
Cranes, Lonazep: Kirton, Lincolnshire
Dairyfarm, Ascalon: Wyke Green, Devon
Deepstream, Wuerensis: Hollowell, Northamptonshire
Ditchdike, Lonazep: Sutterton Dowdyke, Lincolnshire
Dorsette: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire.
Drayage, Lonazep: Drayton, Lincolnshire
Dryford, Hantonne: Droxford, Hampshire
Eastplace, Hantonne: Eastleigh, Hampshire
Edernstown, Linden: Edlington, Lincolnshire
Elk, Wuerensis: Elkington, Northamptonshire
Elkstone, Clarence: Elkstone, Gloucestershire
Endnarrow, Clarence: Combend, Gloucestershire
Exe Castle, Ascalon: Exeter, Devon
Farmers, Ascalon: Charlton, Devon
Felonshouse, Ascalon: Weycroft, Devon
Fentown, Glevum: Morton, Gloucestershire
Forest House, Salisbury: Chitterne, Wiltshire
Frametown, Lonazep: Frampton, Lincolnshire
Freetown, Clarence: Frampton Mansell, Gloucestershire
Gaphouse, Lonazep: Bicker, Lincolnshire
Gateway, Hantonne: Boyatt, Hampshire
Gentian: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire
Glevum (county): A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Gloucestershire
Goldtown, Wuerensis: Guilsborough, Northamptonshire
Goodfolk, County Linden: Folkingham, Lincolnshire (In Greg's list as Goodfolk's)
Gorsehill, Clarence: Chedworth, Gloucestershire
Greatvale, Glevum: Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire
Greenway, Ascalon: Greenway, Devon
Guildedtown, Wuerensis: Guilsborough, Northamptonshire (Also as Goldtown, above.)
Hantonne: A county of Logres consisting of parts of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex.
Hartland Castle, County Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire
Hartland: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire
Heatherhill, Wuerensis: West Haddon, Northamptonshire
Hero, Wuerensis: Naseby, Northamptonshire
Heron Ridge, Ascalon: Rawridge, Devon
High Elm, Ascalon: Uplyme, Devon
Highham, Cherinsford: Danbury, Chelmsford
Highland, Hantonne: Hinton Ampner , Hampshire
Hill Houses, Thamesmouth: Peckham, Surrey
Hillfield, Clarence: Duntisbourne Leer, Gloucestershire
Hillside, Clarence: Edgeworth, Gloucestershire
Hollow, Hantonne: Pitt, Hampshire
Honeyton, Ascalon: Honiton, Devon
Hornhill Hundred: A hundred of County Linden consisting of the modern hundred of Horncastle
Hornhill, County Linden: Horncastle, Lindenshire
Horsefields, Hantonne: Hursley, Hampshire
Huntland: A county of Logres, consisting of por-
tions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire
and Huntingdonshire.
Huntsman Castle, County Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire (Huntsman Hill in Greg's list.)
Invale, Hantonne: Compton, Hampshire
Jagent Castle, County Jagent: Ilchester, Somerset (Simply as Jagent in Greg's list, otherwise OK.)
Jagent: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire.
Lamb Docks, Thamesmouth: Lambeth, Surrey
Lambor Castle, County Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire (Lear's Castle in Greg's list... Lambor seems to refer to Lutterworth or High Cross.)
Lambor: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland.
Landing Place, Thamesmouth: Putney, Surrey
Lilystream Hundred: A hundred in Wuerensis County, equivalent to modern Guilsborough Hundred.
Lilystream, Wuerensis: Lilbourne, Northamptonshire (No county reference in Greg's list.)
Linden: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincoln.
Littlebrutus, Cherinsford: Little Baddow, Chelmsford
Littlewife, Wuerensis: Winwick, Northamptonshire
Llud’s Castle, Londinium: Baynard’s Castle, London. (Typoed as Bayard's Castle in Greg's list.)
Logres, Britain: The most powerful kingdom in Britain, consisting of twenty-four counties that fill the eastern, central, and southern parts of the isle
Lonazep Castle, County Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire (Simply as Lonazep in Greg's list, otherwise OK.)
Lonazep: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire.
Longbuckle, Wuerensis: Long Buckby, Northamptonshire
Longtown, Linden: Langton, Lincolnshire
Longvale, Glevum: Longhope, Gloucestershire
Lordchurch, Lonazep: Algakirk, Lincolnshire
Lowcut, Ascalon: Undercleave, Devon
Lowpit, Ascalon: Luppitt, Devon
Mares, Linden: Mareham, Lincolnshire
Moor, Linden: Moorby, Lincolnshire
Mounds, Glevum: Etloe, Gloucestersire
Muddyvale, Ascalon: Yarcombe, Devon
Muletown, Cherinsford: Moulsham, Chelmsford
Newham, Glevum: Newnham, Gloucestershire
North House, Wuerensis: Nortoft, Northamptonshire
Nutshell, Hantonne: Nursling, Hampshire
Nutvale, Clarence: Nutbeam, Gloucestershire
Oldtown, Clarence: Oldbury, Gloucestershire
Onrock, Wuerensis: Crick, Northamptonshire
Otters, Ascalon: Mahons Ottery, Devon
Otters, Hantonne: Otterbourne, Hampshire
Patrick’s Island, Thamesmouth: Battersea, Surrey (Greg's list identifies this as Brixton, but since they are only a mile or so apart, no great harm.)
Peartree, Glevum: Purton, Gloucestershire
Pondtown, Thamesmouth: Merton, Surrey
Pooltown, Glevum: Poulton, Gloucestershire
Pukaridge, Glevum: Bicknow, Gloucestershire
Quinqueroi Forest: Essex County, which was declared to be a Royal Forest in historical times. The name means “Four Questions,” and refers to a famous legend of a king being quizzed here.
Redbridge, Hantonne: Redbridge, Hampshire
Reeds, Glevum: Ruddle, Gloucestershire
Retainers, Wuerensis: Winwick Warren, Northamptionshire
Rich, Lonazep: Riche, Lincolnshire
Richvale, Ascalon: Deneworthy, Devon
Risktown, Lonazep: Riskenton, Lincolnshire
Roadsend, Linden: Enderby, Lincolnshire
Roaring Stream, County Gentian; Calne, Wiltshire
Rock, Wuerensis: Creaton, Northamptonshire
Rock, Thamesmouth: Clapham, Surrey
Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex
Round, Thamesmouth: Balham, Surrey
Rydychan Castle: Wallingford, Berkshire (Simply as Rydychan in Greg's list.)
Ryefarm, Linden: Roughton, Lincolnshire
Salisbury: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire
Salmon Meadow, Thamesmouth: Mortlake, Surrey
Sarum Rock, Salisbury: Old Sarum, Wiltshire (Rock, the Castle of, in Greg's list.)
Scribbler, Linden: Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire
Shallowstream, Silchester: Shalden, Hampshire
Sharpvale, Ascalon: Shapcombe, Devon
Sheep Pen, Wuerensis: Coton, Northamptonshire
Shoemaker, Lonazep: Burtoft, Lincolnshire
Silchester (city), County Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire (Simply as Silchester; Silchester in Greg's list.)
Silchester: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire.
Slope, Clarence: Syde, Gloucestershire
Sluice Gate, Thamesmouth: Hatchem, Surrey
Smallridge, Ascalon: Thorncombe, Devon
Soaptown, Clarence: Sapperton, Gloucestershire
Stain, Lonazep: Steyning, Lincolnshire
Stane Town, Thamesmouth: Streatham, Surrey
Steers, Glevum: Stears, Gloucestershire
St Martin’s, Linden: Martin, Lincolnshire
Stone, Hantonne: N Stoneham, Hampshire
Stoneford, Wuerensis: Stanford on avon, Northamptonshire (Typo, should be Stanford-on-Avon.)
Stoneton, Ascalon: Membury, Devon
Stonetown, Thamesmouth: Streatham, Surrey
Streamford, Wuerensis: Welford, Northamptonshire
Stump, Clarence: Cowley, Gloucestershire
Summerland: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wilt- shire, and Gloucestershire.
Swampfort, Thamesmouth: Walworth, Surrey
Swanham, Silchester: Elvetham, Hampshire
Swineford, Wuerensis: Swinford, Leicestershire
Thamesmouth: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent
Thorn, Wuerensis: Thornby, Northamptonshire
Thorns, Linden: Thornton, Lincolnshire
Thornvale, Ascalon: Smallridge, Devon
Throughflow, Clarence: Througham, Gloucestershire
Thumb, Linden: Thimbleby, Lincolnshire
Tintagel Castle, County Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall (Simply as Tintagel in Greg's list.)
Tintagel: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire.
Tintedbarrow, Glevum: Bledisloe, Gloucestershire
Tomos’ Town, Linden: Toynton, Lincolnshire
Torrent, Clarence: Rendcomb, Gloucestershire
Tribruit Castle, County Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire (Simply as Tribruit in Greg's list.)
Tribruit: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire.
Trumpet, Thamesmouth: Tooting Graveney, Surrey
Tutatis Isle, Linden: Torksey, Lincolnshire. Teutatis is an ancient god. (Obvious Typo in the name... should be Teutatis Isle, although even more accurate spelling would be Toutatis Isle.)
Upper Heron, Ascalon: Upottery, Devon
Vagon, Salisbury: Boynton, Wiltshire
Valetown, Ascalon: Dennington, Devon
Wagonville, Thamesmouth: Wandsworth, Surrey
Water-lily, Silchester: Dogmersfield, Hampshire
Wellplace, Linden: Wilksby, Lincolnshire
Westville, Glevum: Westbury, Gloucestershire
Westwood, Clarence: Westwood, Gloucestershire
Wheatford, Wuerensis: Watford, Northamptonshire
Wifetown, Lonazep: Wyberton, Lincolnshire
Winestone, Clarence: Winstone, Gloucestershire
Woodland Hundred: A hundred in Silchester County, equivalent to Odiham Hundred
Woodland, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire
Wuerensis: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire.
Wychelm, Clarence: Painswick, Gloucestershire
Yelling, Wuerensis: Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire


And with that wasted hour or two of my life, I am going to call it quits. I am through wasting time with the 'translated' names. Someone else can join the lists and check them against BotW and BoU place names...
m*****
04-01-2016, 06:22 PM
This is the list from BoUther:

Abbey of the Isle, Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire 
Abraham’s Abbey, Rydychan: Abington, Oxford 
Ambrius’ Abbey, Salisbury: Amesbury, Wiltshire 
Aneirin, Castle; Thamesmouth: Eynsford, Kent 
Ascalon County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. 
Ashtree Spring, Hartland: Ashwell, Hertfordshire 
Astolat, Silchester: Guildford, Surrey
Avalon, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somerset 
Axbridge, Summerland: Axbridge, Somerset 
Axe, Ascalon: Axminster, Devonshire
Bards Abbey, Linden: Bardney, Lincolnshire 
Barrowvale, Summerland: Butcombe, Somerset 
Bath, Summerland: Bath, Somerset
Battle-axe Pillar, Tintagel: Barnstaple, Devonshire 
Beautiful View, Castle of the; Lambor: Belvoir, Leicestershire 
Bedegraine County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire 
Bedegraine, Bedegraine: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 
Bees Clearing Manor, Ascalon: Bickleigh, Devonshire 
Behind the Waters,TheCastle; Lonazep: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire 
Berroc County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent. 
Berryhill, Hantonne: Torberry Hill, Sussex 
Birch Hill, Castle on the; Hartland: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire 
Birchfarm, Hartland: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire 
Birchwood, Clarence: Berkeley, Gloucestershire 
Bishop’s Hold, Hartland: Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire 
Bitternbill, Dorsette: Purbeck (Worth Matrevers), Dorset 
Black Abbot’s Abbey, Dorsette: Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire 
Blackriver, Gentian: Calne, Wiltshire 
Bladud’s Mound, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire 
Bladud’s Town, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire 
Blockstown, Wuerensis: Bloxham, Oxfordshire 
Borders, Salisbury: Devizes, Wiltshire 
Bow and Arrow Castle, Dorsette: Portland, England 
Bran, Fort; Caerwent: Brancaster, Norfolk 
Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey 
Bran’s Town, Lambor: Branston, Leicestershire 
Bridge on the Cam, Castle of the; Clarence: Cambridge, Gloucestershire 
Bright Skull, Silchester: Kingsclere, Hampshire 
Brightstream, Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire 
Broadstream Fort, Caerwent: Bradwell, Norfolk 
Brutus, Fort; Caercolun: Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex 
Buck, Caerwent: Buckenham, Suffolk 
Buna’s Island, Castle; Caercolun: Bungay, Suffolk 
Caercolun, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. 
Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex 
Camulos, Castle; Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire 
Camulos’s Town, Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire 
Carlion-on-Usk, Escavalon: Caerleon, Wales 
Cattleherds, Wuerensis: Kineton, Warwickshire 
Charterhouse, Dorsette: A ington, Dorset 
Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth: Writtle, Essex 
City of Legions, Deesmouth: Chester, Cheshire 
Clareia, Caerwent: Tunstead, Norfolk 
Clarence, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. 
Clearstream, Caercolun: Clare, Suffolk 
Clipstone, Bedegraine: Clipstone, Nottinghamshire 
Cloverhill Lodge, Salisbury: Clarendon, Wiltshire 
Corinium; Clarence: Cirincester, Gloucestershire 
Crookstream, Tribruit: Woburn, Bedfordshire 
Cross-inhand Abbey, Jagent: Batcombe, Somerset 
Crossing, Castle at the; Caerwent: Hedenham, Norfolk 
Crowland, Lonazep: Croyland, Lincolnshire 
Dangerous Ford, Tribruit: Bedford, Bedfordshire 
Deepwater Harbor, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk 
Deepwater Harbor, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk 
Deer, Bedegraine: Derby, Derbyshire 
Deertown-on-Thames, Rydychan: Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire 
Deesmouth, Cambria: Chester, Cheshire
Devil’s Jumps; Hantonne: Devil’s Jumps; Hamptonshire 
Diana, Lake of; Summerlands: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
Dontown, Roestoc: Doncaster, South Yorkshire 
Dorsette County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire. 
DuPlain, Salisbury: Mottisfont, Hampshire 
Durnovaria, Dorsette: Dorchester, Dorsetshire 
Dykes, Wuerensis: Farthingstone, Northhamptonshire 
Eburacum, Malahaut: York, Yorkshire 
Eels, Huntland: Ely Isle, Cambridgeshire 
Exe River, Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire 
Extraordinary Cattle, Caercolun: Hadleigh, Suffolk
Field of Doves, Castle of the; Bedegraine: Duffield, Derbyshire 
Fire Hill Circle White Horse, Salisbury: Fire Hill Circle White Horse, Wiltshire 
Flax Spring, Linden: Flaxwell, Lincolnshire Floodriver, Salisbury: Wilton, Wiltshire 
Ford of the Roe Deer, Castle at the; Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex 
Forest of the Badger, Silchester: Bagshot Forest, Hampshire 
Fort Gwent, Escavalon: Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales 
Fort of the Britons, Caledonia: Dumbarton, Scotland 
Fowey Moor; Tintagel, Ascalon, Totnes: Bodmin Moor, Cornwall 
Freemantle Lodge, Salisbury: Millbrook, Hampshire 
Gentian County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire 
Gentian Mound, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire 
Glamour, Forest of, Summerland: Melksham, Selwood, and Pewsham woods, Wiltshire 
Glastonbury Abbey, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somerset 
Glevum County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Gloucestershire 
Glevum, Glevum: Gloucester, Gloucestershire 
Gloom Forests, Salisbury: Melksham, Selwood, and Pewsham woods
Goat Town, Tribruit: Geddington, Northampshire 
Gofannon’s Smithy, Gentian: Weyland’s Smithy, Oxfordshire 
Goodrich, Glevum: Goodrich, Herefordshire 
Grantabridge, Huntland: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Gravel House, Lonazep: Grantham, Lincoln 
Great Bridge, Castle by the; Summerland: Bristol, SomersetshireGreat Muddy Estuary, Caerwent: Yarmouth, Norfolk 
Greatford, Caerwent: Thetford, Norfolk 
Guinnon, Caercolun: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk 
Hantonne County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex. 
Hantonne, Hantonne: Southampton, Hampshire 
Harborkeep, Hantonne: Portchester, Hampshire 
Hart’s Ford, Castle on the: Hertford, Hertfordshire 
Hartland County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire 
Hartsford, Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire 
Hartspool, Castle at the; Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk 
Hawthorn, Castle of the; Caercolun: Haughley, Suffolk 
Heights, Castle on the; Ascalon: Dunster, Somerset 
Hidden Vale, Clarence: Winchcomb, Gloucestershire 
Highplace Harbor, Caercolun: Ipswich, Suffolk 
Hill Lodge, Rydychan: Brill, Buckinghamshire 
Hillfarm Castle, Salisbury: Downton, Wiltshire 
Hillside, Hartland: Ansty, Warwickshire 
Horns, Huntland: Horningsea, Cambridgeshire 
Horsemane Fort, Wuerensis: Mancetter, Leicestershire 
Humberside, Linden: Humberston, Lincoln 
Hunthouse Lodge, Jagent: Gillingham, Dorset 
Huntland County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. 
Huntsend Lodge, Wuerensis: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
Huntsman Hill, Huntland: Ramsey, Huntingtonshire 
Huntsman, Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire 
Hurlers, The: Minion, Cornwall 
Island that was Raised, The; Hantonne: Wight, Hampshire 
Jagent County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire. 
Jagent, Jagent: Ilchester, Somerset
King’s Cliffe Lodge, Tribruit: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
King’s Forest, Somerset: King’s Forest, Somerset 
King’s House, Linden: Kingerby, Lincolnshire 
King’s Stag Lodge, Jagent: Camel, near Sherbourne, Dorset
Kingstown, Hartland: Kingsbury, Middlesex 
Kingswood, Dorsette: Poorstock, Bere Regis; Dorset 
Lambor, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland. 
Lambor, Lambor: Lutterworth, Leicestershire 
Leir’s Castle, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire 
Leirstown, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire 
Levcomagus, Silchester: Andover, Hampshire 
Linden County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincoln. 
Linden Pool, Linden: Lincoln, Lincolnshire 
Llud’s Castle, Londinium: Baynard’s Castle, London
Llud’s Hall, Salisbury: Ludgershall, Wiltshire 
Llud’s Stream, Linden: Louth, Lincolnshire 
Lonazep County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire. 
Lonazep, Lonazep: Folkingham, Lincolnshire 
Londinium Abbey, Donatus; Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex 
Londinium AbbeySt Arius; Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex 
Londinium, Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex 
Lonely Path, Wuerensis: Ansty, Warwickshire 
Long Stone, Hantonne (Island): A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
Longport, Jagent: Langport, Somerset 
Longridge, Clarence: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 
Longvale, Tribruit: 
Lookout Headland, Totnes: Totnes, Devon 
Loud Stream, Castle at the; Tintagel: Lydford, Devon 
Lower Hightown Estate, Hantonne: 
Lugh’s Walls, Cambenet: Louth, Lincolnshire 
Magouns, Hantonne: Arundel, Sussex 
Mariner’s Monastery, Glevum: Lydney, Gloucestershire 
Meadowstream, Dorsette: Wimborne, Dorsetshire 
Middlestone, Rydychan: Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire 
Millstream, Ascalon: Milverton, Somersetshire 
Monument Hill, Caercolun: Maldon, Essex 
New Works, Linden: Newark, Nottinghamshire 
Noviomagus, Hantonne: Chichester, Sussex 
Oakmeet, Bedegraine: Matlock, Derbyshire 
Oaks Fort, Salisbury: 
Oaktown, Castle at; Tintagel: Okehampton, Devonshire 
Oatfield Lodge, Thamesmouth: Havering, Essex 
Oatfield, Palace in the, Thamesmouth: Havering, Essex 
Old Fort, Caerwent: Burgh, Norfolk 
Oldtown Lake, Silchester: Albury, Surrey 
On the Water, Lonazep: Aylesbury. Buckinghamshire 
Oroquelenes, Powys: Shrewsbury, Shropshire 
Outpost of the Sacred Grove, Ascalon: Nemetostatio Vernementum (Roman) 
Oxenford, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire 
Oxfarm, Hantonne: Exton, Hampshire 
Oxtree, Summerland: Box, Wiltshire 
Pass, Castle of the; Dorsette: Corfe, Dorsetteshire 
Pinnacle Castle, Jagent: Montacute, Somersetshire 
Pleached Hedge, Castle of the; Hartland: Pleshy, Essex 
Rapidstream Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Somerset 
Red Mount, Castle on the; Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire 
Red Tower, The; Wuerensis: Kenilworth, Warwickshire 
Riverford, Silchester: Reading, Berkshire 
Rivertown, Gentian: Eaton, Wiltshire 
Roe Deer Gate, Castle of the; Berroc: Reigate, Surrey 
Roman Isle, Hantonne: Romsey, Hampshire 
Rooksroost Castle; Tribruit: Rockingham, Northamptonshire 
Rydychan County, Logres: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckshire and Wiltshire 
Rydychan, Rydychan: Wallingford, Berkshire 
Sacred Grove of Spring, Bedegraine: Nemetostatio (Roman) 
Saffron, Castle of; Hartland: Saffron Walden, Essex 
Salisbury, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire 
Sand Dunes, Silchester: Send, Surrey 
Sarum Rock, Salisbuy: Old Sarum, Wiltshire 
Seafort, Caerwent: Caister-on-sea, Norfolkshire 
Sentinel Ridge, Castle on, Tribruit: Totternhoe, Bedfordshire 
Shining Stream, Castle on the; Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire 
Silchester County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire 
Silchester, Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire 
Slayersfort, Wuerensis: Banbury, Oxfordshire 
Slippery Ford, Castle at the; Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire 
Southtown, Caercolun: Sudbury, Suffolk 
Southworks, Thamesmouth: Southwark, Surrey 
Sparrowhawk Castle, Gentian: Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire 
Sparrows, Castle of the; Caercolun: Colchester Castle, Essex 
Spearshaft, Dorsette: Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire 
St Albans, Hartland: St Albans, Hertfordshire 
St Arius’, Londinium: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
St Cofa’s Tree, Wuerensis: Coventry, Warwickshire 
St Martin’s Abbey - Glevum, Glevum: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
St Martin’s Abbey - Londinium, Thamesmouth: 
St Martin’s Abbey - Silchester, Silchester: A King Arthur Pendragon original location 
St Mary’s, Londinium: St. Mary’s, London
St Ninnian’s, Linden: A King Arthur Pendragon original location
St Ninnian’s, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire 
St Peter’s, Lonazep: Peterborough, Northamptonshire 
Stag’s Meadow, Tribruit: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire 
Stone Abbey of the Giant, Dorsette: Cerne Abbas, Dorset 
Stoneheight Castle; Silchester: Donnington near Newbury, Berkshire 
Stoneskeep, Berroc: Staines, Surrey
Stonetown, Lambor: Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire
Stonewall, Tribruit: Stanwick, Northamptonshire 
Stoney Ford Castle, Lonazep: Sleaford, Lincolnshire 
StreamTheld, Salisbury: Tilshead, Wiltshire 
Streamtown, Rydychan: Taynton, Oxfordshire 
Summerland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire. 
Terrabil, Castle; Tintagel: Bosinet, Cornwall 
Thamesmouth County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent. 
The Mound, Abbey of; Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire 
Thornbush, Castle; Silchester: Farnham, Surrey 
Thorney Abbey, Lonazep: Thorney, Cambridgeshire 
Thorns, Linden: Thornton, Lincolnshire 
Thorntree, Caercolun: orrington, Essex 
Tintagel Castle, Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall 
Tintagel County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire. 
Tribruit County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire. 
Tribruit, Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire 
Twin Rivers, Dorsette: Twinham, Devonshire 
Twinford; Berroc: Twyford, Gloucestershire 
Twisting River, Gentian: Bedwyn, Wiltshire 
Upper Ford, Caercolun: Orford, Suffolk 
Vagon, Salisbury: Boynton, Wiltshire 
Venta, Caerwent: Norwich, Norfolk 
Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire 
Wereside, Salisbury: Warminster, Wiltshire 
Westfort White Horse, Salisbury: Westbury White Horse, Wiltshire 
Westminster, Thamesmouth: Westminster, London 
Wetwood, Hantonne: Netley, Hampshire 
White City, Hantonne: Winchester, Hampshire 
White Horse, Gentian: Uffington White Horse, Wiltshire 
White Tower, The; Londinium: White Tower, London 
Wigarons Fort, Galvoie: Worcester, Worcestershire 
Wildcat Camp; Summerland: Cadbury Camp, Somerset 
Wolfhill, Glevum: Castle Morton, Worcestershire 
Wonderful Isle, Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk 
Woodgrove Castle, Linden: The Castles, Barrowon-Humber, Lincoln 
Woodhouse, Salisbury: Horningsham, Wiltshire 
Woodland, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire 
Wuerensis County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire. 
Wynchbank, Castle; Silchester: Windsor, Berkshire 
Yarmouth Castle, Hantonne (Island): Yarmouth, Hampshire
m*****
04-01-2016, 06:46 PM
And this is the list from Book of the Warlord:

Abbeypass Hundred, Dorsette: Yetminster, Dorsetshire 
Abraham’s Abbey, Rydychan: Abington, Oxfordshire 
Alderbrook, Gentian: Aldbourne, Wiltshire 
Alys’ Wood, Silchester: Alice Holt, Hampshire 
Ambrius’ Abbey, Salisbury: Amesbury, Wiltshire 
Ancient Mound, Glevum: Howle Hill, Herefordshire 
Anna’s Water Hundred, Salisbury: Andover, Wiltshire 
Army Hill Hundred, Hartland: Harlow, Essex 
Ascalon, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somersetshire, and Dorset. 
Ashtree Spring, Hartland: Ashwell, Hertfordshire 
Ashtree, Ascalon: Ashbrittle, Somersetshire 
Ashtree, Lambor: Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire 
Aspen Manor, Berroc: Weybridge, Surrey 
Assembly Hill Hundred, Tribruit: Manhead, Bedfordshire 
Astolat, Silchester: Guildford, Surrey 
Avalon, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somersetshire 
Axbridge, Summerland: Axbridge, Somersetshire 
Axe, Ascalon: Axminster, Devonshire 
Baden’s Mound Hundred, Caercolun: Babergh, Suffolk 
Bard’s Abbey, Linden: Bardney, Lincolnshire 
Barehill Hundred, Salisbury: Cawden, Wiltshire 
Bath, Summerland: Bath, Somersetshire 
Battle-axe Pillar, Tintagel: Barnstaple, Devonshire 
Bayford, Hartland: Bayford, Hertsfordshire 
Beachfort Hundred, Hantonne: Burghbeach, Sussex 
Beautiful Place, Dorsette: Beaulieu, Hampshire 
Bedegraine, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. 
Beggarsford, Jagent: Lattiford, Somersetshire 
Behind the Waters, Lonazep: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire 
Beli’s Field Hundred, Ascalon: Budleigh, Devonshire 
Bennden Hills, Ascalon: Brompton Regis, Somersetshire 
Berroc, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent. 
Birch Farm, Rydychan: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire 
Birchwood, Clarence: Berkeley, Gloucestershire 
Bishop’s Hold, Hartland: Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire
Black Abbot’s, Dorsette: Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire 
Black Torrent, Tintagel: Black Torrington, Devonshire 
Blackmoor, Hartland: Black More, Hertfordshire 
Blackriver, Gentian: Calne, Wiltshire 
Blackstream Hundred, Caercolun: Blackburn, Suffolk 
Blackthorn, Rydychan: Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire 
Bladud’s Mound, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire 
Bluefield Hundred, Caerwent: Blofield, Norfolk 
Bluefort Hundred, Rydychan: Blewbury, Berkshire 
Boarshead, Lonazep: Swineshead, Lincolnshire 
Bordermark, Salisbury: Chilmark, Wiltshire 
Borderwood, Dorsette: Ringwood, Hampshire 
Bracken Hundred, Hartland: Braughing, Hertfordshire 
Bracken, Hartland: Braughing, Hertsfordshire 
Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey 
Bran’s Island, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey 
Bran’s Town, Lambor: Branston, Leicestershire 
Bridge on the Cam, Clarence: Cambridge, Gloucestershire 
Bright Place, Hartland: Shenley, Hertfordshire 
Bright Skull, Silchester: Kingsclere, Hampshire 
Brightstream, Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire 
Briocstown Hundred, Wuerensis: Bloxham, Oxfordshire 
Broadford, Ascalon: Bradford-on-Tone, Somersetshire 
Broadstream Fort, Caerwent: Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex 
Broomfield Hundred, Caercolun: Chelmsford (north), Essex 
Brothercross Estate, Clarence: Buckland, Gloucestershire 
Brown, Lonazep: Bourne, Lincolnshire 
Brushwood, Hartland: Graveley, Hertfordshire 
Buck, Caerwent: Buckenham, Suffolk
Byroad, Huntland: Chesterton, Cambridgeshire 
Caercolun, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. 
Caerwent, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Suffolk and Essex. 
Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex 
Camulos, Hantonne: Carisbrooke, Hampshire 
Cattlefarm, Silchester: Neatham, Hampshire 
Cattleherds, Wuerensis: Kineton, Warwickshire 
Cattlelake Hundred, Caercolun: Bosmere, Suffolk 
Chalkhill Hundred, Salisbury: Chalke, Wiltshire 
Chalkpit, Rydychan: Chalgrove, Oxfordshire 
Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth: Writtle, Essex 
Chiefsfield Hundred, Salisbury: Frustfield, Wiltshire 
City of Legions, Cheshire: Chester, Cheshire 
Clareia, Caerwent: Tunstead, Norfolk 
Clarence, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. 
Claytown Hundred, Tribruit: Cleley, Bedfordshire 
Cleanstream, Ascalon: Broad Clyst, Devonshire 
Cleanstream, Caercolun: Henstead, Suffolk 
Clearford, Clarence: Fairford, Gloucestershire 
Clearing of the Bees, Ascalon: Bickleigh, Devonshire 
Clearstream, Caercolun: Clare, Suffolk
Clubtree Hundred, Dorsette: Culliford, Dorsetshire
Cockfield, Caercolun: Cockfield, Suffolk 
Coel’s Hill Hundred, Wuerensis: Helmingford, Warwickshire 
Coll’s Vale Hundred, Clarence: Bradley, Gloucestershire 
Corinium, Clarence: Cirencester, Gloucestershire 
Cornerfield, Caercolun: Crowfield, Suffolk 
Courtship Valley, Ascalon: Luccomb, Somersetshire 
Cowfold Hundred, Silchester: Stoke, Buckinghamshire 
Cranes Hundred, Linden: Corringham, Lincolnshire 
Creeksea Landing, Caercolun: Creeksea, Essex 
Crooked Stream, Tribruit: Woburn, Bedfordshire 
Crossing, the; Caerwent: Hedenham, Norfolk 
Crowland, Lonazep: Croyland, Lincolnshire 
Curry Stream, Ascalon: North Curry, Somersetshire 
Curtaintown, Rydychan: Kirtlington, Oxfordshire 
Dangerous Ford, Tribruit: Bedford, Bedfordshire 
Deepwater, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk
Deer, Bedegraine: Derby, Derbyshire 
Ditch Hundred, Caercolun: Diss, Norfolk 
Donkey Hill, Rydychan: Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire 
Dorsette, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire. 
Doubleford Hundred, Glevum: Twyford, Gloucestershire 
Dove Field, Bedegraine: Dufield, Derbyshire 
Driants, Salisbury: Elston, Wiltshire
DuPlain, Salisbury: Mottisfont, Hampshire 
Durnovaria, Dorsette: Dorchester, Dorsetshire 
Ebble, Salisbury: Ebble, Wiltshire 
Eels, Huntland: Ely, Cambridgeshire
Elmbridge, Berroc: Elmbridge, Surrey
Elmham, Caercolun: Elmham, Suffolk 
Elmspring, Caercolun: Elmswell, Suffolk 
Elmstump Hundred, Salisbury: Elstub, Wiltshire 
Enclosure, Berroc: Hounslow, Middlesex 
Ex River, Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire 
Fishspawn, Hartland: Cottered, Hertfordshire 
Fishtown Hundred, Wuerensis: Fishborough, Worcester 
Five Trees Hundred, Dorsette: Pimperne, Dorsetshire 
Flax Spring, Linden: Flaxwell, Lincolnshire 
Flaxfield, Glevum: Flaxley, Gloucestershire 
Fleetstreams Hundred, Tribruit: Flitt, Bedfordshire 
Floodriver, Salisbury: Wilton, Wiltshire 
Foot of the Hill, Wuerensis: Churchover, Warwickshire 
Ford of the Oxen, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire 
Ford of the Roe Deer, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex 
Fordstream Hundred, Silchester: Welford, Hampshire 
Forest of Gloom, Salisbury: Melksham, Selwood and Pewsham Woods, Wiltshire 
Forest of the Badger, Silchester: Bagshot Forest, Hampshire 
Forest of the Great Valley, Glevum: Dean Forest, Herefordshire 
Forest of the Trench, Salisbury: Groverly Forest, Wiltshire 
Fort Bran, Caerwent: Brancaster, Norfolk
Fort Brutus, Caercolun: Walton-on-the-Naze, Suffolk 
Fort Gwent, Escavalon: Monmouthshire, Wales 
Fox, Wuerensis: Foxton, Gloucestershire 
Freebridge Hundred, Caerwent: Freebridge, Norfolk 
Frogvale, Caercolun: Frostenden, Suffolk 
Gentian Hill, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire 
Gentian Mound, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire 
Gentian, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire. 
Glamour, Forest of; Summerland: Melksham, Selwood and Pewsham Woods, Wiltshire 
Glastonbury, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somersetshire 
Gleaming House, Rydychan: Glympton, Oxfordshire 
Glevum, Glevum: Gloucester, Gloucestershire 
Goat Town, Tribruit: Geddington, Northampshire 
Goodrich, Glevum: Goodrich, Herefordshire 
Grantabridge, Huntland: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
Gravel House, Lonazep: Grantham, Lincolnshire 
Gravesend, Wuerensis: Gravesend, Northamptonshire 
Gravesend, Wuerensis: Gravesend, Northamptonshire 
Graythorn Hundred, Jagent: Horethorne, Somersetshire 
Great Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Somersetshire 
Great River, Hantonne: Michaeldever, Hampshire 
Great Valley Forest, Glevum: Dean Forest, Gloucestershire 
Greatford, Caerwent:Thetford, Norfolk 
Greatstone Hundred, Clarence: Kiftsgate, Gloucestershire
Greenhome, Clarence: Miserden, Gloucestershire 
Greetham, Linden: Greetham, Lincolnshire 
Guinnon, Caercolun: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk 
Hantonne, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex. 
Hantonne, Hantonne: Southampton, Hampshire 
Harbor Enclosure, Ascalon: Carhampton, Somersetshire 
Harborkeep Fort, Hantonne: Portchester, Hampshire 
Hartland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire. 
Hartland, Tintagel: Hartland, Devonshire 
Harts Ford, Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire 
Hartspool, Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk 
Hazelgrove, Ascalon: Sampford Peverel, Devonshire 
Healing Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire 
Heather, Salisbury: Heddington, Wiltshire 
Hen Farm, Caercolun: Henstead, Suffolk 
Hidden Vale, Clarence: Winchcomb, Gloucestershire 
High Cherry, Huntland: Cherry Hinton, Cambridge 
Highhome Hundred, Tribruit: Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire 
Highplace Harbor, Caercolun: Ipswich, Suffolk 
Hill of the Horn, Linden: Horncastle, Lincolnshire 
Hillfarm Hundred, Salisbury: Downton, Wiltshire 
Hillsfoot, Rydychan: Wantage, Berkshire 
Holy Place, Ascalon: Cannington, Somersetshire 
Horns, Huntland: Horningsea, Cambridgeshire 
Horsemane Fort, Wuerensis: Mancetter, Leicestershire 
Hot Spring, Ascalon: Bampton, Devonshire 
Houndbarrow Hundred, Berroc: Hounslow, Middlesex 
Hounds Hundred, Jagent: Houndsborough, Somersetshire 
Houseman, Wuerensis: Knaptoft, Leicestershire 
Humberside, Linden: Humberstone, Lincolnshire 
Huntland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. 
Huntsman Hill, Huntland: Huntington, Huntingdonshire 
Huntsman, Fort of the; Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire 
Huntsman, Huntland: Ramsey, Huntingdonshire 
In the Vale, Manor, Tribruit: Denton, Northumberlandshire 
Irwyn’s Home Hundred, Caerwent: S. Erpingham, Norfolk 
Island that was Raised, Hantonne: Wight, Hampshire 
Jagent, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire. 
Jagent, Jagent: Ilchester, Somersetshire 
King’s Forest, Caercolun: Kingswood, Essex 
King’s Forest, Summerland: King’s Forest, Somersetshire 
King’s House, Linden: Kingerby, Lincolnshire 
Kingstown West, Ascalon: Kingsbury West, Somersetshire
Kingtown, Hartland: Kingsbury, Middlesex 
Lambor, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland. 
Lambor, Lambor: Lutterworth, Leicestershire 
Landstrip Hundred, Hartland: Gore, Middlesex 
Legion Fort, Escavalon: Carlion, South Wales 
Leirstown, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire 
Levcomagus, Silchester: Andover, Hampshire 
Linden Pool, Linden: Lincoln, Lincolnshire Little Hill, Ascalon: Cricket St omas, Somersetshire 
Lleu’s Hill Hundred, Tribruit: Biggleswade, Bedfordshire 
Llud’s Stream, Linden: Louth, Lincolnshire 
Lonazep, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire. 
Lonazep, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire 
Londinium, Thamesmouth: Londinium, Middlesex 
Lonely Glade, Bunsty, Buckinghamshire 
Lonely Path, Wuerensis: Ansty, Warwickshire 
Longport, Jagent: Langport, Somersetshire 
Longridge, Clarence: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 
Lovestream, Jagent: Cary, Somersetshire 
Lower Fort, Dorsette: Netherbury, Dorsetshire 
Magouns, Hantonne: Arundel, Sussex 
Manor in the Vale, Tribruit: Shelby, Devonshire 
Manorfort Hundred, Gentian: Faircross, Berkshire 
Mapletree, Tribruit: Linford, Buckinghamshire 
Marshtown, Berroc: Merstham, Surrey 
Meadowstream, Dorsette: Wimborne, Dorsetshire 
Meetinglade Hundred, Dorsette: Christchurch, Hampshire 
Mendip Forest, Summerland: Mendip Forest, Somersetshire 
Midford Hundred, Caerwent: Mitford, Norfolk 
Mighty Ones, Lonazep: Braceborough, Lincolnshire 
Millstream, Ascalon: Milverton, Somersetshire 
Minnow Stream, Lonazep: Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire 
Monument Hill, Caercolun: Maldon, Essex 
Mousefort, Ascalon: Musbury, Devonshire 
Nakedthorn Hundred, Gentian: Compton, Berkshire 
Northtown, Hartland: Norton, Hertfordshire 
Nottingham, Bedegraine: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 
Noviomagus, Hantonne: Chichester, Sussex 
Oaksfort, Salisbury: Oakbury, Wiltshire 
Oakslope, Silchester: Oakhanger, Hampshire 
Oaktown Ironworks, Summerland: Iron Acton, Somersetshire 
Oaktown, Tintagel: Okehampton, Devonshire 
Old Fort, Caerwent: Burgh, Norfolk 
On the Slope, Wuerensis: Silverstone, Northamptonshire 
Osier Hundred, Glevum: Pershore (part), Worcestershire 
Owen’s House, Rydychan: Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire 
Owensford Hundred, Caerwent: Eynesford, Norfolk 
Ox Bridge, Hantonne: Rotherbridge, Sussex 
Oxenford, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire 
Oxfarm, Hantonne: Exton, Hampshire 
Oxfarm, Hartland: Oxwick, Hertsfordshire 
Oxfence Hundred, Wuerensis: Rothwell, Northamptonshire 
Parretbank Hundred, Ascalon: South Petherton, Somersetshire 
Pass, Dorsette: Corfe, Dorsetshire 
Patrick’s Island, Thamesmouth: Brixton, Surrey 
People’s Ford, Caerwent: Thetford, Norfolk 
Pinnacle, Jagent: Montacute, Somersetshire 
Pleached Hedge, Hartland: Pleshy, Essex 
Pool, Jagent: Martock, Somersetshire 
Priestown, Jagent: Preston, Somersetshire 
Quinqueroi Forest, Caercolun: Essex Forest, Essex 
Ravenfarm, Tribruit: Ravensthorpe, Northamptonshire 
Ravens Men, Caerwent: Raveningham, Norfolk 
Ravenshome Manor, Linden: Raventhorpe, Lincolnshire
Red Tower, Wuerensis: Kenilworth, Warwickshire 
Ringforest Hundred, Jagent: Whitley, Somersetshire 
Riverbend, Caercolun: Witham, Essex 
Riverford, Silchester: Reading, Berkshire 
Roaring Stream, Ascalon: Taunton, Somersetshire 
Rockstown, Ascalon: Carhampton, Somersetshire 
Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex 
Roman Isle, Hantonne: Romsey, Hampshire 
Roundhill, Caerwent: Cringleford, Norfolk 
Rydychan, County: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckinghamshire and Wiltshire. 
Rydychan, Rydychan: Wallingford, Oxfordshire 
Salisbury, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire. 
Sand Dunes, Silchester: Send, Surrey 
Sea Fort, Caerwent: Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk 
Seaside, Ascalon: Seaton, Devonshire 
Shallow Stream, Tribruit: Scaldwell, Northamptonshire 
Sherwood Forest, Bedegraine: Sherwood Forest, Northamptonshire 
Silchester, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire. 
Silchester, Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire 
Slayersfort Hundred, Wuerensis: Banbury, Oxfordshire 
Slipford, Lonazep: Sleaford, Lincolnshire 
Smallage Field Hundred, Rydychan: Ock, Berkshire 
South Barehill, Tintagel: South Molton, Devonshire 
Southmule Hundred, Tribruit: Newport, Buckinghamshire 
Southtown, Caercolun: Sudbury, Suffolk 
Southworks, Thamesmouth: Southwark, Surrey 
Spearshaft, Dorsetshire: Shaftsbury, Dorsetshire 
Springs Hundred, Silchester: Burnam, Hampshire 
St Albans, Hartland: St Albans, Hertfordshire 
St Arius, Londinium: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. 
St Cofs, Wuerensis: Coventry, Warwickshire 
St Martin’s Silchester: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. 
St Mary’s, Londinium, Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex 
St Ninnian’s Abbey, Lambor: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. The abbey is in Leirstown, Lambor (Leicester, Leicestershire). 
St Ninnian’s Abbey, Linden: Humberton, Lincolnshire 
St Peter’s, Lonazep: Peterborough, Northamptonshire 
Stag’s Meadow, Rydychan: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire 
Stockade Manor, Berroc: Hayes, Middlesex 
Stone Circle, Caercolun: Ringshall, Suffolk 
Stonebridge Hundred, Tribruit: Manhead, Bedfordshire 
Stonepillar Hundred, Gentian: Staple, Wiltshire 
Stones Hundred, Jagent: Stone, Somersetshire 
Stones, Berroc: Staines, Middlesex 
Stonetown, Lambor: Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire 
Stonewall, Tribruit: Stanwick, Northamptonshire 
Stoney Ford, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire 
Stream of the Warriors, Huntland: Barnwell, Northamptonshire 
Streamfield, Salisbury: Tilsbury, Wiltshire 
Streamside, Caercolun: Beccles, Suffolk 
Strong Gate, Hartland: Stevenage, Hertfordshire 
Studfold Hundred, Rydychan: Stotfold, Buckinghamshire 
Summerland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire. 
Swan Island, Caercolun: Olney, Buckinghamshire 
Swans Hundred, Salisbury: Swanborough, Wiltshire
Swords, The; Jagent: Whitley, Somersetshire 
Tansy, Dorsette: Hilton, Dorsetshire 
Terrabil, Tintagel: Bosinet, Cornwall 
Thamesmouth, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent. 
Thicket, Hartland: Bushey, Hertfordshire 
Thornbush, Silchester: Farnham, Surrey 
Thorne Tree, Lonazep: orney, Cambridgeshire 
Thornland Hundred, Silchester: Farnham, Surrey 
Thorntree, Caercolun: orrington, Essex 
Threemounds Hundred, Wuerensis: Kington, Warwickshire 
Thunderrumble, Caercolun: underlowe, Essex 
Tintagel, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire. 
Tintagel, Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall
Tinted Hill Hundred, Jagent: Tintinhull, Somersetshire 
Tollford Hundred, Dorsette: Tollerford, Dorsetshire 
Trench, Forest of the, Salisbury: Groverly Forest, Wiltshire 
Tribruit, Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire 
Tricklebrook, Lambor: Seaton, Lincolnshire 
Twin Rivers, Dorsette: Twynham, Dorsetshire 
Twisting River Town, Gentian: Bedwyn, Wiltshire 
Upperford, Caercolun: Orford, Suffolk 
Venta, Caerwent: Norwich, Norfolk 
Wantage Hundred, Rydychan: Wantage, Berkshire 
Warrior Spring, Huntland: Barnwell, Northamptonshire 
Watercress, Glevum: Newent, Gloucestershire 
Waterlily Brook, Wuerensis: Cropredy, Oxfordshire
Waters, Lonazep: Bourne, Lincolnshire 
Waybrook Hundred, Caerwent: Wayland, Norfolk 
Weir Grove, Silchester: Wargrave, Berkshire 
Weir Meadow, Dorsette: Wareham, Dorsetshire 
Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire 
Wereside, Salisbury: Warminster, Wiltshire 
West Abbey, Thamesmouth: Westminster, Londinium 
Wether’s Field Hundred, Huntland: Wetherley, Cambridgeshire 
Wetwood, Hantonne: Netley, Hampshire 
Wheat Hill, Tribruit: Mursley, Buckinghamshire 
Wheatfield, Hantonne: Freemantle, Hampshire 
Wheelwell Hundred, Salisbury: Whorwellsdown, Wiltshire 
White City, Hantonne: Winchester, Hampshire 
Whiteford Hundred, Huntland: Whittlesford, Northamptonshire 
Whitewell, Lambor: Whitwell, Rutland 
Wildmound Hundred, Caerwent: Feltwell, Norfolk 
Wol ill, Glevum: Castle Morton, Worcester 
Wol own, Tribruit: Claverton, Buckinghamshire 
Wolf, Tribruit: Calverton, Buckinghamshire 
Wolfpool Path Hundred, Linden: Wolmersty, Lincolnshire 
Wooded, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire 
Woodgrove, Linden: The Castles, Barrow-on-Humber, Lincolnshire 
Woodhill, Clarence: Hurst, Gloucestershire 
Woodpecker, Tintagel: Bickleigh, Devonshire 
Woodtown Hundred, Rydychan: Wooton, Oxfordshire 
Wuerensis, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire. 
Wyrmstown, Linden: Ormsby, Lincolnshire 
Yokeford, Caercolun: Yoxford, Suffolk 
Yokehill Hundred, Rydychan: Ixhill, Buckinghamshire 
Yokehill, Rydychan: Ixhill, Buckinghamshire 
Youngbuck, Dorsette: Buckland Newton, Dorsetshire
d*****
04-06-2016, 10:01 AM
Why the reversal?
Greg Stafford
04-06-2016, 06:00 PM
Why the reversal?

Because I had a lot of complaints
and then I held a poll
and the modern names won
L*****
04-11-2016, 04:35 PM
I really got confused (especially AFTER I printed all my pdfs...).

QUESTION: If I have all the pdfs which I bought from drivethroughrpg....will I ever get updated versions with the FINAL and definitive names?
I am especially concerned about all the new books with incredibly lonks lists (Uther, Warlord, etc.) and also the GPC...which, at this point, I do not know if it holds or not the right names.

I am lost....
Greg Stafford
04-12-2016, 06:26 AM
Yes, you will get updated PDF--Nocturnal is extremely good in this respect
However, it will take some time to do this
The final and definitive names are the modern names
GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet
M*****
04-12-2016, 07:15 AM
GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet

With the exception of a couple of county & city names:
Devon = Ascalon
Marlborough = Gentian
Somerset = Summerland
Surrey = Berroc

The Eight Civitates of Logres (using now Latin names, except for Silchester):
London = Londinium (Thamesmouth)
Gloucester = Glevum (Glevum)
Norwich = Venta (Caerwent)
Silchester = Silchester (Silchester)
Dorchester = Durnovaria (Dorsette)
Cirencester = Corinium (Clarence)
Colchester = Camulodunum (Caercolun)
Chichester = Noviomagus (Hantonne)
L*****
04-12-2016, 10:21 AM
Yes, you will get updated PDF--Nocturnal is extremely good in this respect
However, it will take some time to do this
The final and definitive names are the modern names
GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet

Greg, I must confess that I appreciated many of those new names, especially with all your efforts on "de-saxonizing" them.
But I guess the problem came when one tried to cope information between old and new books and with Arthurian sources external from the rpg.
Without considering people like me who do not know UK enough to be sure even about modern names ...

By the way, you have been great to change the names once, and now you are great in listening people and revert the change.
Thanks a lot.

Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything....
M*****
04-12-2016, 12:57 PM
Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything....

Well, at least if you look at the beginning of this thread, you will have a lot of the place names and their modern names gathered here. So you can do a Find on your web browser to search for the fictionalized name, find out the modern name, and then stick it into Google maps.

Of course, if it is just an overview you are looking for, then the maps of BoU and BotW will work just fine for that, too. The names are changed back to modern/historical (in most cases) but the locations are not changed.
Greg Stafford
04-12-2016, 05:09 PM
By the way, you have been great to change the names once, and now you are great in listening people and revert the change.
Thanks a lot.
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Thank you. It has actually been an ordeal for me.


Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything....

Although with the KAP names you needed an atlas and the book of translations
Greg Stafford
04-13-2016, 12:24 AM
I am making my huge tome of names that won't be used available as a downloadable file, I mean, two files, on my website StaffordCodex.com
s*****
07-07-2016, 06:18 PM
I'll miss the names. Its been very helpful to my players (even the ones who know where all the places are) to use non-Saxon names for things. Its hard to get into the proper mindframe to crush Saxons sometimes when you are using their names for things you are claiming to own.
Greg Stafford
07-08-2016, 12:33 AM
Yes, I understand
I will miss them too
I plan to sneak a few back in as Arthur's reign goes on
For instance, after the Battle of Stafford the castle is named Castle Terrabal after the battle
But I have to say that is quite a bit easier to find places when their modern name is used.
Looking in the appendix then searching maps proved quite tiring for me, especially as several places seem to have missed when the new names were listed

Still, places that are named in the literature will keep their literary names
So will the counties of Britain remain the ones that are not modern, but made up for the game

Finally, you can find the names for most of the places in the Pendragon Atlas files at my web site, Staffordcodex.com
I will be moving it to GSPendragon.com, the official KAP web site, at some point
It is a formidable work
Furthermore, I think that some places not in the web site are covered in the published BoE and BoW
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The other awkwardness of using 'translated' names is that Malory and the French sources he used freely use versions of the modern place names, so not only do we have to translate them into the KAP versions when we're using a history book or modern geography, but you also have to translate them when using the source material.

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Hi there!
Basically, Scotty has just posted the two files that I had posted on the old Nocturnal forums (Book of the Warlord and Book of Uther name conversion lists). Combined with the other two lists (which include the Book of Estate and another list, don't know form which book), they should cover most names needed. It should be trivial to combine them in a sigle list/file, I can do it if there is interest. I fear that producing the reverse list, from modern to descriptive names (is it needed?), will be more difficult and error-prone, but I can try this too.
At home, I should still have an old file of the Pendragon Atlas with two big name lists, one for the descriptive --> modern conversion, another for the reverse modern --> descriptive conversion. IIRC, Greg gave it to me for completion but I probably never got around to really finish the task, due to the general reverting to previous names (thus the task became basically useless).
Again IIRC, it contains a lot more than simple name lists. So, if I find the file(s), I'll send it privately to Scotty, who will then decide if Chaosium wants to post it here, or to post just any name lists included there, or to use it in any other way.

Best,

Roberto

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Old names, new names, old names again...

We really needs a Pendrgon Atlas with Gazetteer and maps....especially for those of us who are not very expert with British local geography!!

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15 hours ago, Scotty said:

This one? If some kind person would like to collate this into a single document with references where needed and send it to me I will post it here.

Yes! That's it. I'd like to collate into a single document but not sure when I'll get the chance as I am working 6 days this week and have a family get together on the seventh, plus need to get my next Pendragon adventure (441) written.  Plus I need a haircut. 

 

Well, maybe I can sneak in it sometime. 

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I'm rather surprised that Bath isn't Aquae Sulis when settlements of similar size have their Latin names. Bath is the Saxon name and was originally know in the Saxon period as Bathchester. 

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Ideally, this would be presented in a sortable big table with Modern Name: Roman Name: Cymru Name:Saxon Name: Descriptive Name : Other/Alternate Names like:

Salisbury | Sarum | Sorviodūnum | Searoburg | The Rock | Caer Caradog

Winchester | Venta Belgarum  |  Wenta |  Wintan-ceastre | White City | Caer Gwynn

London | Londinium | Llundein |  Lundenwic | Thames Mouth, Lud's Dun |  Caer Lud

Andover | Levcomagus | Onn Dwfr | Andreferas | Anton Ford | Great Shining, Ash Water

Chichester  | Noviomagus Regentorum | Caeau Newydd | Cisse-ceaster | New Fields, Cisse's Fort | Dinas Regeni

 

...and so on.

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1 hour ago, JonL said:

Ideally, this would be presented in a sortable big table with Modern Name: Roman Name: Cymru Name:Saxon Name: Descriptive Name : Other/Alternate Names like:

Salisbury | Sarum | Sorviodūnum | Searoburg | The Rock | Caer Caradog

Winchester | Venta Belgarum  |  Wenta |  Wintan-ceastre | White City | Caer Gwynn

London | Londinium | Llundein |  Lundenwic | Thames Mouth, Lud's Dun |  Caer Lud

Andover | Levcomagus | Onn Dwfr | Andreferas | Anton Ford | Great Shining, Ash Water

Chichester  | Noviomagus Regentorum | Caeau Newydd | Cisse-ceaster | New Fields, Cisse's Fort | Dinas Regeni

 

...and so on.

Don't forget the French names too. London is 'Londres' and sometimes 'Logres' in the romances. Oh, and Trinovant.

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19 hours ago, jeffjerwin said:

Don't forget the French names too. London is 'Londres' and sometimes 'Logres' in the romances. Oh, and Trinovant.

If you've got French nomenclature in-setting in 5th Century Briton, your game has gone in a very different direction. ;) 

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36 minutes ago, JonL said:

If you've got French nomenclature in-setting in 5th Century Briton, your game has gone in a very different direction. ;) 

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I know you're being facetious, but 'Gales' is even now the French name for Wales, and Ecosse, Scotland.

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