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The Deon Burton set isn't one for his peak, but I guess it'll be better than nothing until I have time to make a set for him at his best.
Robbie Earle, Deon Burton, Claude Davis sets Generally speaking though, I think this thread is in need of some serious renovating, starting with the removal of the Ian Wright, John Barnes and Garth Crooks sets, since none of them actually ever played for Jamaica, and I think the idea of including players of Jamaican origin is just a desperate means of filling space.
The people of Bulghar journey to them, taking wares, such as clothes, salt and other things, in contrivances drawn by dogs over the heaped snows, which [never] clear away.
I've put a lot of time and effort in to them, and so far, they've received good feedback (if not, somewhat limited ).
Form them are imported excellent sable and other fine furs; they hunt these animals, feeding on their flesh and wearing their skins.” “Beyond these are a coast-dweling people who travel far over the sea, without any [definite] purposes and intention; they merely do this in order to boast of reaching [such and such a remote] locality.
They are a most ignorant and stupid tribe, and their ignorance is shown by the following.
These [people] have two cities, one called Suvar and the other called Bulghar; between the two cities is a distance of two days’ journey, along the bank of a river and through very dense forests, in which they fortify themselves against their enemies. There are in their forests fur bearing animals, such as grey squirrels, sable and so on.
The latitude of their territory is very considerable, so much so that in summer their day is extremely long and their night extremely short, so shot tin fact that the interval between twilight and dawn is not sufficient for cooking a pot [of meat].” “At a distance of twenty days from them, towards the Pole, is a land called Isu [Wisu], and beyond this a people called Yura; these are a savage people, living in forests and mixing with other men, for they fear that they may be harmed by them.
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