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Early Neolithic Cultures in Europe from c. 6000 BCE to 5000 BCE.

Early Neolithic Cultures in Europe from c. 6000 BCE to 5000 BCE. (Click map to see more Maps of Neolithic and Bronze Age migrations in Europe and the Middle East)

Medieval Map

Matthew Paris: the most detailed of 4 maps drawn to accompany his chronicles The oldest surviving medieval map from England and the largest, most detailed and most perfectly preserved medieval map in the world.

Balkans

Gloss Photo World War 1 Misc Gw Balkanwanted 1 for Like the Gloss Photo World War 1 Misc Gw Balkanwanted Get it at

a map of Pangaea - the Earth 240 million years ago

The Supercontinent Pangaea of the Triassic Period - A map of the Earth around 250 to 200 million years ago featuring Gondwanna, Laurasia and Pangaea the Supercontinent. Populated with Dinosaurs, Therapsids, Pterosaurs, and other prehistoric beasts.

Antique world map

George Glazer Gallery, New York City. Antique prints, maps and globes. The New Map of the World, Edward Everett Henry,

Transylvania was a short-lived colony primarily in what is now the U.S. state of Kentucky. The colony was founded in 1775 by Richard Henderson of North Carolina, who purchased the land from the Cherokees. The most famous resident of Transylvania was the American pioneer Daniel Boone, who was hired by Henderson to establish the Wilderness Trail through the Cumberland Gap into central Kentucky, where he founded Boonesborough, the capital of the colony. Transylvania ceased to exist after 1776

Kentucky was almost called Transylvania. The university's name, at our founding in was shared with the newly settled region. Transylvania means "across the woods" in Latin.

Map of Phoenician and Greek colonies at about 350 BCE (with German legend).

Map of Phoenician and Greek colonies at about 350 BC (with German legend). Gepgepgep - Own work Greek and Phoenician colonies in the fourth century BC. The map from which it was drawn illustrates the situation in previous centuries.