Still needs a little work.
"Shaba then continued the circumnavigation of Lake Ushindi," said Samos. "He charted accurately, for the first time, the entry of the Cartius proper, the subequatorial Cartius, into Ushindi. He then continued west until he reached the six ubarates and the heartland of Bila Huruma."
"Lara!" she cried. "Lara!" This was a town in the Salerian Confederation at the confluence of Vosk and Olni.
It should be in my opinion 'east' of the Olni which it has been traditionally seen as with Marcus's map of Gor.
That said, its an excellent map with much more detail!
But to comment on another poster's comment; There is no Caste of Players, people of all Caste's play the 'Game', as it is simply spoken of in dilogue in the books.. the game of Kaissa, which is the Gorean word for Game. It is more of a fraternity or a Brotherhood of those that love the game. Some play the game and study it, to such an extent, that true they may seperate from thier Castes to indulge thier life's study of the game, but the players of the 'game' have no Caste.
Players, incidentally, are free to travel where they wish on the surface of Gor, no matter what might be their city. By custom, they, like musicians, are held free of the threat of enslavement. Like musicians, and like singers, there are few courts at which they are not welcome.
Hunters of Gor Page 148
Most Gorean cities now, at least in the south, had accepted a standard tournament Kaissa, agreed upon by the high council of the caste of players.
Beasts of Gor Page 43
In most cities it is regarded, incidentally, as a criminal offense to enslave one of the caste of players.
Beasts of Gor Page 44
The chief officer of the caste of players, with representatives of both Cos and Ar, would be waiting for them on the stone stage of the amphitheater, with the helmet.
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Then, beside he who bore the standard of Ar, there stood one in the garb of the players, the red and yellow checkered robe, and the checkered cap, with the board and pieces slung over his shoulder, like a warrior's accouterments.
Beasts of Gor Page 51 - 53
We watched the large, yellow plaque, representing the Ubara's Spearman, hung on its peg at Ubara five. Two young men, apprentices in the caste of players, on scaffolding, placed the plaque. Another young man, also apprenticed in the caste of players, recorded this move, in red chalk, at the left of the board.
Beasts of Gor Page 87
If one may judge by the outcome of Kaissa tournaments, amateur tournaments as opposed to those in which members of the caste of Players participate, there are brilliant men in most castes.
Fighting Slave of Gor Page 211
The only other caste on Gor which is generally considered, for most practical purposes, as immune from bondage is the caste of players. These are the fellows who make their living from the game of Kaissa, playing it for prizes, charging for games, giving instruction and exhibitions, annotating games, and so on. They are usually poor fellows but generally have little trouble securing a night's food and lodging for a game or two. The general affection and respect which Goreans feel for the game of Kaissa is probably the explanation for the practical immunity from bondage commonly accorded the members of the caste of players.
Kajira of Gor Page 298
I think some one else as pointed this out. I have amended it on my second version of the map but haven't got round to posting it yet.
Hopefully I will post over Xmas.
just one mistake..I think it must be a Typo...the "Prt Cob" near Tetrapoli and Tafa cities on Vosk River is " Port Cos",,not "Cob"
fantastic map better than 99% of all the fake world maps ive ever seen
There is a place called 'Gorean Welcome center' That has a giant map you can walk on you can pick a city to teleport to!
I have to say you've done a fantastic job with your map!
This is just one example:
We had left the Fair of Se’Var and were making our way around the perimeter of the Sardar Range before crossing the Vosk on the way to Ar. ( Priest-Kings of Gor, page 311, Ereads edition )
Ar is south of the Vosk; if the Sardar is where Caranda suggests, Tarl would just head "east" and get to Ar without having to cross the Vosk ... as we always tell "newbies" in the forums and chat areas - READ the books,and PAY ATTENTION to what is there
It is a great work of art, shows attention to detail ... now to have to find a place for the Alexandra River and land of the Pani
"I set out in the direction others were moving,” she said. “I could not go back to Ar. I thought I might reach Torcadino, from whence I might purchase wagon passage to Brundisium, Besnit, Harfax, or Market of Semris."
The person speaking is fleeing Ar and considering going to Torcadino, which the map accurately shows is southwest of Ar. This is a sensible place to go if you want to then travel on west to Brundisium or Market of Semris by wagon. It would also be a sensible place to go if Besnit and Harfax (and thus the Sardar) were also in that direction from Torcadino. However, if Besnit and Harfax are far to the north of Ar across the Vosk then her proposed route makes no sense at all. Why travel away from those towns if you want to purchase wagon transport to them? Why are these towns (which are quite small by Gorean standards) being mentioned in the same list as Brundisium and Market of Semris if they are thousands of pasangs away from them in the opposite direction?