Re: joining concultures,was Re: Alternative histories andparalele universes
|From:||Andrew Smith <hobbit@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 11, 1999, 3:23|
On Wed, 6 Jan 1999, Carlos Thompson wrote:
> If Lemuraki and Hangkerim had percived Cambria as an enemy would have probably attact
> Castreleon. Hangkerim did not invade, and Lemuraki troops just occupied the
> territory, thy did not stablished long term institutions.
>Probably they would have. Anglo-Kemrese history had been peaceful for
some time before the American occupation. Moreover Brithenig speaking
colonies existed side by side with English speaking colonies. The Act of
Federation merely legitimated a status quo against an outside threat
(the Napoleonic wars).
> For me it fits... it seams it doesn't for John Cohan. I've been working on how a map
> would show borders today and there are a great state east of Mississippi of European
> descendents, and Lemuraki and other American countries at the West, of the Mississippi
> and Ohio rivers, and Quebec and territories that belong to Denmark-Norway and Russia
> at the North... probably it would be very incompatible with the universe Chomros live
At this stage I am happy to allow Brithenig to exist in a shared conlang
timeline, but reserve the right for Brithenig enthusiasts to continue to
develop our own alternative history.
Andrew Smith, Intheologus email@example.com
Q. Why are there so many Smiths in the Phone Book?
A. Because they all have telephones!
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