lemme guess africa?
Why did you reverted changes in Brittany? Not only did I corrected its borders, but Brittany was an integral part of the kingdom at this point (and not a puppet state) that was in personal union de facto with France.So this if what we have now then
The jury is still out on this : genevois was part of the savoyard apanage of Savoie-Nemours in 1520.-Geneva was fully independent
Albret's demesne : Kingdom of Basse-Navarre and Viscounty of Bearn are independent territories, County of Foix, Viscounty of Limoges and Viscounty of Perigord are held by Albrets as French vassals.What is the brown colour in France?
As The Alternative said, these are the land of Charles de Bourbon (Duchy of Bourbon, Dauphinate of Auvergne, among many others). I hesitated painting them light blue as French-influenced, but at this point, there was a growing gap between Charles and Francois, even if it was only the beggining.Also what's the big green bit in France? Sorry for all the questions, nice maps.
The jury is still out on this : genevois was part of the savoyard apanage of Savoie-Nemours in 1520.
Yeah, it's kind of tricky to represent : so far I went for this (I finished Savoy and the alpine border, which doesn't really follow the alpine line incidentally)
Basically, a part of the Savoie-Nemours apanage, in the clientelized shade.
Next stop, Duchy of Milan. BTW, I'm thinking about outlining imperial suzerainty with only one line depth instead of two line depth, in order to stress the more theoritical suzerainty of Habsburgs over the Empire, buuuut...it could create a precedent that I'm not really sure would be managable. Toughts?
As simple as Savoy may appears on most maps until you begins to dig a bit on the clusterfuck of enclaves and quasi-enclaves that most map-makers apparently decided to ignore before it takes roots on their minds and unleash some kind of lovecraftian horror?
More seriously : the problem of Savoy was that its borders are making no geographical sense. The problem of French Milanese is that most of its depictions seem to be based on it being the same than Sforza Milanese, and so not really trying to map it for the early XVIth
Was Asti part of the Marquisate or part of Milanais? Was the duchy under Imperial suzerainty, and if it was, is it worth depicting it? Which cities were more or less administrating themselves, and which were under direct rule or occupation?