Starting Population 136 % of Worldwide 0.4%
Population Starting Income 2,188 % of Worldwide 0.3%
Income Starting GDP 42,930 % of Worldwide GDP 0.7% Starting Surplus 201 % of Worldwide 0.6%
Surplus 9 fiefs in province Overlord: de Grosmont (89)
Comments: Lancashire is a large county in the northwest of England along the Irish Sea. Inhabited in ancient times by the Brigantes, the area came under Roman rule in the late 1st century A.D. Overrun by the Picts and Scots during the 6th century, it was incorporated in the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Cumbria in the 7th century, then into Northumbria in the 8th century. Overrun by the Norsemen in late 9th century, it was not incorporated into England until the early 10th century. Ecclesiastically the shire is part of the Archdiocese of York . There is a great deal of commerce in the principal ports, as well maritime industry and a good deal of clothmaking. The province is also rather fertile.