Alden Rothack Posted February 8 Author Share Posted February 8 Just now, James Arryn said: Canada is bigger than the US but ~ 10% of it’s population. yes and less than 10% of it is usable farm land, the USA has an average density similar to medieval France, peak medieval england or Belgium/Burgundy only because the insanely high density of the populous parts make up for the huge parts (like Alaska) which are basically empty Scotland and Ireland both reached more than three times as dense as Canada by 1300, England may have been denser than the USA by the same year. Fun Fact, the Reach with Scotlands density would have slightly under 16 million by its self, 40 plus million if we go by the minimum estimate for england in 1300. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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