Looks good enough for me
Commander9 wrote:Btw, if you'd like to be geographically accurate, you'd have to change Saule to Siauliai (Šiauliai), Kavno to Kaunas, Sudovia to Suduva, Auksrairija to Aukstaitija. Also, Samogiria and Dutchy of Samogiria should be changed to Zemaitija (Žemaitija) and Dutchy of Žemaitija,(Aukštaitija).
1, everywhere where you think is "r" (Auksrairija) is "t" - it´s all style font, look at Memelbrug how "r" looks.
2, I used latin or german names for regions or settlements. it was common and I think also better, because when I will use Lithuanian names I should also use Estonian names, Latvian names. maybe the best will be when I also change Polish names to latin or german than...
while Sudovia becomes Suvalija or Suduva (Sudūva). I have no idea what Clarsovie is
1, Sudovia/Sudova/Suvalija(not Suvalkija?) is maybe for longest discussion. I understand you, you are from there (Lithuania) so you can see Lithuanian names on the map
"In recent years there has been a public debate as to which name, Suvalkija or Sudovia, is preferable. Historians have argued that Sudovia is an anachronism that refers to the land in the 13th and 14th centuries. One commentator labeled the effort to rename the region as "neotribalism" – an artificial attempt to find connections with the long-extinct tribe. Supporters of Sudovia protested against using a term imposed on the region by the Russian Empire, especially since the city of Suwałki is in Poland and the current region has no connection with it. They have also argued that the term Suvalkija is a fairly recent and artificial political development, popularized by Soviet historians, and that the more archaic Sudovia more correctly reflects the region's historical roots. The suffix -ija is not generally used in the Lithuanian language to derive placenames from city names (the only exception is Vilnija, used to describe the Vilnius Region). An official petition from the Council for Protection of the Suvalkija Regional Ethnic Culture to the Commission of the Lithuanian Language, requesting an official name change from Suvalkija to Sudovia, was rejected in 2005. The Commission based the decision on its finding that Suvalkija prevails in both academic literature and everyday life. The decision was not voted on by the inhabitants of the region."
2, Carsovie (not Clarsovie - again old style font confused you) - "Pirmą kartą Jurbarkas minimas 1259 m. P. Dusburgiečio kronikoje, kai Prūsijos ir Livonijos kryžiuočiai, atplaukę Nemunu, abiejų magistrų lygiomis lėšomis Karšuvos srityje, ant šv. Jurgio kalno (in terra Carsovie in monte Gergii) pastatė Georgenburgo pilį. Tai viena seniausių kryžiuočių pilių Lietuvoje, daug kartų minima ordinų kronikose." or http://wiki-de.genealogy.net/Die_Kuren
I hope that helps
yes, I´m open to advices