I will then, the Vistula Lagoon is, imo, after much, much thought, the Aster Sea.
Based on, it being a Frisian sea, and known as the Estmere.
The North Sea is Wralda's Sea.
The Baltic Sea is the Balda Sea.
The Middel Sea is the Mediterranean.
All on a N - S alignment to Italy.
The locations above and also:
Bedrum = sleeping place - space
Wagrum = wall - space
Those are points I am pretty definite on now.
The language is not Latin based but Nordic and German and those 2 words can be explained as above.
If the Vistula lagoon was known as the Aster Sea, it makes sense the people are called the Estonians right there too, Finno-Urgit speakers.
It also makes sense that Phaethon is from there now especially since the name stands for Dawn, Eos. The mother of Phaethon is the Vistula Lagoon with the amber drops, right at the mouth of the Vistula River, that Herodotus says is the Eridanus, precisely where the amber trade came into the Balkans from.
Edited by The Puzzler, 25 October 2010 - 05:01 AM.