Objects & Places from Sarum: The Novel of England

Edward Rutherfurd
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The Salisbury Plains - This is an area in south central England where five rivers meet.

Sarum - This is an area in south central England on the Salisbury Plains.

Stonehenge - This is a sacred area located to the south of the Salisbury Plains.

Sorviodunum - This is the area of the Sarum kingdom that is surrendered to the Romans in 46 AD.

Wilton - This is a town in 877 located where the Nadder and Wylye Rivers come together.

Sarisberie - This is the name of the Sarum area in the twelfth century.

New Salisbury - This is the city built south of Sarum in 1244.

Christchurch - This is a town located down the river from New Salisbury that used to be known as Twyneham. It is located where the Stour and Avon rivers converge.

India - This is an Asian subcontinent where the British East India...

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