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Utopia, as described by Raphael, was originally called by another name, it started with a 'B', but I can't remember what it was.  Anyone remember?
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Are you sure it was a "B"?

The Barzenes was the title of the Prince and the Brutheskas were the priests but I'm not sure that Utopia itself was called another name by Raphael.

Anyway the full text by More is available from Project Gutenberg so you may find what you want here: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2130/2130.txt
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I looked there, but couldn't find it.  I distinctly remember Utopia being called something else before it was founded and turned into the Utopia described by Raphael.  I beleive it was somewhere in book II, but I don't see it in the link above.
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I'm not sure it was a B.
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Before Utopus conquered the land and separated it from the mainland it was called Abraxa
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Thanks!
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