[SCA-AE] Peer Density/Dispersal was Peerage
fridrikr at rochester.rr.com
Wed Apr 4 17:13:33 EDT 2007
Could it be that the major cities are on the west side and that the SCA
in these parts started there? I speak of Rochester, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
(and a bit more central) Syracuse.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 11:57 AM
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Subject: [SCA-AE] Peer Density/Dispersal was Peerage
This reminds me of an interesting conversation friends and I had a few
I had been musing about how the Kingdom seems to have a topographical
weight to the western side. I had gone through and looked at events,
population density, average group size, the lists of Laurels and
Fleurs and where they live. It was an interesting exercise.
I wish I had found a similar list of Pelicans and Knights with their
associated regions, it would have helped to complete the picture.
Then, one of my friends mentioned that many major roads within the
Kingdom do run N-S, with two main arteries (or was that 3) that run
E-W. Making movement along a major corridor N-S easier, in general.
So IF there is a lean to the west, this ease of travel along a main
interstate corridor could account for a greater density of more
people, more peers, more activity, more Royalty(? haven't looked into
that yet), from the Western side of the Kingdom.
I'm still tinkering with the idea, to see if the theory holds any water.
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