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My soon-to-be 7yr old son is obsessed with this map. It's his first time reading through the series with me, and we're halfway through The Last Battle. He turns 7 in about a month and I've been searching EVERYWHERE for a true, detailed, complete map of Narnia and surrounding countries and islands. How does this NOT exist in 2020!? You have created the coolest map, but I wish I could blow it up to Wall Size for him and have it printed for his birthday. I will literally catch him laying on his bed, leaning down close, studying all the locations. It's just so very cool for him! Any options on having this blown up and framed??
I went through and searched for all the artwork produced by Pauline Baynes, and the movies as they were being produced. A lot of the map is basically cobbling together different pieces, and combining them using a palette I'm most familiar with. It still left a lot of grey area, however, and wanted to illustrate where it was likely other mentioned sites likely were, such as the settlements in Calormen and placing them all along the Great River of Calormen (logical), and giving Telmar a solid location, though we already knew it to be "to the west".
Other names and pieces were just my imagination; the books mentioned lands to the south, so I just named them "One, two, three, four and five" in other languages, and the same with the Witches Country in the north! I can't remember how I named the remaining five of the Seven Isles, but likely they were cobbled together from other languages as well.
>according to my research, the entire south lands are part of calormen (from the companion to narnia)
>C. S. Lewis said to his fans that its up to us to fill in the in-betweens of the seven books. this map will give us a series of great fanfics that will take our kings and queens to those lands.