Progress of Salisbury

A “progress” is the route that a noble takes to check on his properties and to move his rather large household to where the food is. The Earl spends most of his year at Sarum, the natural collection point for excess goods. His progress can go in any direction or order, and the progress given here is only a typical example: • at Sarum for late autumn, all winter and early spring (16 weeks total). • to Vagon for 3 weeks • to Warminster 4 weeks • to various hunting lodges in Modron Forest for 2 weeks • to Devizes Castle for 3 weeks. Start of Summer: • to Tilshead for 4 weeks • to Amesbury for 2–3 days as guest of the abbot • to Sarum for 1 week • to Ebble Castle for 2 weeks, hunting and searching for robbers • to Sarum for 1 week • to du Plain Castle for 2 weeks, raiding against Silchester • travel along the Bourne River valley, hunting in Collingbourne Woods, 2 weeks total • to Mildenhall for 1–2 days as guest Start of Autumn: • to Mildenhall for 1 week, perhaps including a hunt in Savernake Forest • to Upavon for 1 day as guest • to Devizes Castle again, 2 weeks • Modron Forest hunting, 2 weeks • Warminster, 3 weeks • Vagon, 2 weeks • to Sarum again, preparing for winter

Progress of Salisbury

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