As I stated in an earlier post, since Larsa is very Tiberia-focused, the map moves them to the center. Also, much of the world recognizes Tiberia's names for geographical points of interest (Isinnia, Eridia, Badaria, etc.) instead of the more ancient Attican names that Zeus, et al, employed in the trilogy (Galatia, Scythia, Illyria, etc.).
Like previous maps I've made, the place names come from actual geographic features I found on an ancient Latin map of the Roman Empire as well as variations of ancient cities and lands from all around the world. In the trilogy, I stuck to ancient Greece since Zeus, etc., named everything after Attican sites. This time around, without a unifying influence, it seemed logical to name things based on all kinds of differing backgrounds and histories.
Since much of the action takes place in Isinnia, I knew I'd need a more detailed version so I could squeeze in more names and labels.
That's all for now. More reading and editing to do. More blog posts coming soon, too.