vendersleighc at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 10 17:54:32 EDT 2002
<Spellcoats, to me, feels a good bit earlier than
medieval. Almost like a
tribal culture. Possibly even a Bronze Age
culture, if the technology allows
for it (the earliest period for the technological
development of a grist mill
on the scale of the one the family was hiding out
in would seem to be the
determining factor, but Dalemark, by a number of
indications appears to be a
bit more technologically advanced than our
I don't think Dalemark's development can be
closely analogous to ours as there is no sign of
anything like the Roman empire and, hence, no
"Dark" Ages and no Renaissance.
I think the society in the Spellcoats marks it as
later than the bronze Age. Basically Tanaqui's
Kingdom is an early state. I would put it at late
Because of the kings in Spellcoats, who seem just
a bit more than tribal chiefs, I think it would
have to be late Iron age, at the earliest.
This is definitely something to think about on
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