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.
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.
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.