waveney wrote:tresoldi wrote:waveney wrote:I tried looking at the map in 2906 to as well as 2907 to see if there was any dithering - there wasn't
However it did allow a closer invesigation of the areas covered with the dashed coastline, so here is version 3:
Someone has already said that 13 (and perhaps 4) could be the Tyrrhenian sea. In a comment, "edo" pointed in my blog that 8 could be the Rhone, but I think it could also be one of the labels in 9.
13 Accepted - I had seen the note and then carefully forgot to act upon it.
4 It is labelling something else and I thick it is the square dot (but could be the river2)
8 I will indicate that it could be the Rhone but agree it could be one of those in 9
Also add 14: River2 flowing through the Straight of Messina. So it might be called the Messina. And possible rivers for 11 and 17.
So Current features are now:
Version 3.1: Modification to locations 8, 11, 13, 14, 17
1. Clear Square dot and some small writing - Bilbao?
2. Another Square dot - somewhere in the region of Carcassone to Beziers. Carcassone might be a good working assumption
3. Possible dot -could be Huelva or some place near it
4. Another Square dot and some small writing - New Rome?
5. Known Gibraltar beanish 933
6. Known Baleric Sea in Beanish
7. Known Ionian Sea in Beanish
8. Beanish 34cGX Perhaps the name of the river – the Rhone, but it might be in 9
9. Two Beanish Labels: 2JMX' and 433? The castle also appears to have a square blob.
10. Writing? (I no longer think there is a Square dot, as not on other page)
11. River name? Rio Segura?
12. Another named Sea? Adriatic?
13. Another named Sea? Tyrrhenian sea?
14. Name of River? This flows through the straight of Messina so might be called the River Messina.
15. Another named Sea? Adriatic?
16. Duck? (See unenhanced) with writing above partially hidden by dashed coastline.
17. River name? Possibly the Bradano?
18. The heavy dotted line here overlaps - might be mustard
19. Writing hidden by dashed coastline.
I forgot to add that, regarding 8, if we consider that there seems to be a correlation between the prefix (ᘊ)ᓭ- and nouns (and, in particular, between ᘊᓭ- and "water"), ᘊᓭᑦᑕᖉ is probably a common noun, just like ᘊᖊ,ᓄ ("sea"). It could be simply "river", maybe an autonomasy (it is, after all, the river closer to the Beanies).
I'm much more interested in ᘖᓄᘈᖉᐣ, which I believe is a proper noun.