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'''Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi''', created by [[Effenberg]] and [[Talbot]], is a multi-volume work detailing many notable people and occurrences throughout the history of the [[continent]] and the world in general. Fragments of this fictional book are sometimes used as introductions to stories or chapters in Sapkowski's works. It was generally considered to be a piece of [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaardian]] propaganda and the information in it is highly selective, subjective and not particularly scientifically rigourous. Those fragments have, so far, apparently featured the following:
 
'''Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi''', created by [[Effenberg]] and [[Talbot]], is a multi-volume work detailing many notable people and occurrences throughout the history of the [[continent]] and the world in general. Fragments of this fictional book are sometimes used as introductions to stories or chapters in Sapkowski's works. It was generally considered to be a piece of [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaardian]] propaganda and the information in it is highly selective, subjective and not particularly scientifically rigourous. Those fragments have, so far, apparently featured the following:

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Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi, created by Effenberg and Talbot, is a multi-volume work detailing many notable people and occurrences throughout the history of the continent and the world in general. Fragments of this fictional book are sometimes used as introductions to stories or chapters in Sapkowski's works. It was generally considered to be a piece of Nilfgaardian propaganda and the information in it is highly selective, subjective and not particularly scientifically rigourous. Those fragments have, so far, apparently featured the following:

Excerpts

Note that these first two excerpts have been inexpertly translated from the French translation of the original Polish!

Congreve, Estella vel Stella, – The daughter of Otto of Congreve, married to the old Count Liddertal. Upon the death of the latter, rapidly recovered, managed her inheritance most judiciously, amassing for herself a not inconsiderable fortune. Enjoying the esteem of the emperor Emhyr var Emreis (sic), she was considered a person of great importance by the court. While she had no official duties, it was generally believed that the emperor was in the habit of paying considerable attention to her words and opinions. Because of her close personal relationship with the young Empress Cirilla Fiona (sic), whom she loved like her own daughter, she was jokingly referred to as the "Imperial mother-in-law". She outlived both the Emperor and the Empress, and died in 1331; as to her huge fortune, it fell to distant relatives on the Liddertal side of the family, called the Whites; being stupid and short-sighted, they squandered every bit of their inheritance.
Effenberg and Talbot
Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi, Volume III


Kerack, city located in the north of the kingdom of Cidaris, at the mouth of the Adalatte river. Formerly captial of the independent kingdom of K.; following the inept rule and the extinction of the ruling line, the kingdom dwindled, lost its standing and was eventually annexed and divided among its neighbours. The city has a port, numerous factories, a lighthouse; It has close to 2000 habitants.
Effenberg and Talbot
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