Ding and Dent copies have minor damage to the game box. The interior components are undamaged.
Toward the end of the 6th century A.D., King Ethelbert of Kent established the old Roman city of Canterbury as his new capital. In Canterbury, 2 to 4 players represent Saxon Lords who are charged with building the city into a prosperous capital.
The Saxon Lords must use the city's meager starting resources to build up the 25 districts of Canterbury and provide key services to its citizens. When the city reaches the peak of its prosperity, the game ends and the player with the most individual prosperity wins the game.