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Sarum: The Novel of England Setting & Symbolism

Edward Rutherfurd
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Objects/Places

The Salisbury Plains

The Salisbury Plains is an area in south central England where five rivers meet.

Sarum

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

Stonehenge

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

Sorviodunum

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

Wilton

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

Sarisberie

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

New Salisbury

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

Christchurch

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

India

India is an Asian subcontinent where the British East India Company is active.

Antwerp

Antwerp is a...

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