12th century world map

The Sawley Map From the Imago mundi by Honorius Augustodunensis England, probably Durham, ca. 1190 Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS Part 1

Matthew Paris. The most detailed of four maps drawn to accompany his chronicles abt.1300. The oldest surviving medieval map from England and "the largest, most detailed and most perfectly preserved medieval map in the world

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.

Map of Britain by Matthew Paris, most detailed of four maps drawn to accompany his chronicles (cAD1250), Hadrian's Wall, Antonine Wall. Oldest surviving medieval map from England and "the largest, most detailed and most perfectly preserved medieval map in the world."

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 Cold War Map 1962

The Cold War

The Cold War Map 1962 I subject and period specific maps can be very useful. Can also reuse this map to discuss Cold War in semester US History.

Celtic Europe  1850 BC- AD 400        1850 BC: Celto-Ligurian culture      1600 BC: Bronze work      1200 BC: Urnfield Celts      600 BC: Iron work      390 BC: Celts sack Rome and enter history as "Gauls."      44 BC: A Roman army under Julius Caesar conquers Gaul.

Celtic Europe 1850 BC- AD 400 1850 BC: Celto-Ligurian culture 1600 BC: Bronze work 1200 BC: Urnfield Celts 600 BC: Iron work 390 BC: Celts sack Rome and enter history as "Gauls." 44 BC: A Roman army under Julius Caesar conquers Gaul.

Map of the World, 6th century BC (The Trustees of the British Museum)

historical-nonfiction: “ Both a cuneiform inscription and a map of the world. This Babylonian tablet shows (unsurprisingly) Babylon as the center of the world — the rectangle in the middle of the.

Juan de la Cosa - Turbaco, Colombia, December 1509, Spanish navigator, cartographer, designed the first map of the world that showing the lands discovered in Americas. @Alan Williams  Happy happy birthday ^^

The world map of the Spanish cartographer, conquistador and explorer Juan de la Cosa created in 1500 is the earliest world map showing part of the Americas. Juan de la Cosa sailed the first 3 voyages with Columbus and was the captain of the Santa María.

http://www.schoyencollection.com/calendars.html#1577      MS 2913 	    CALENDAR WITH GOLDEN NUMBERS, FEASTDAYS, OCCUPATIONS OF THE MONTHS AND HOURS OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS, TABLE WITH GOOD AND EVIL DAYS    MS in Norwegian and Latin on vellum, Uvdal, Norway, 1636, 30 ff. (complete), 5,5x5,5 cm, single column, (5x5 cm), 15 lines in capitals, Norwegian Gothic cursive script and a variant of Roman numbers, 80 miniatures of saints or their symbols, 12 circular diagrams, 12 miniatures of the…

calendar with golden numbers, feastdays, occupation of months and hours of light and darkness, table with good and evil days

The plan took advantage of expected differences in the 3 countries' speed in preparing for war. In short, it was the German plan to avoid a two-front war by concentrating troops in the West, quickly defeating the French and then, if necessary, rushing those troops by rail to the East to face the Russians before they had time to mobilize fully. The Schlieffen Plan was created by Count Alfred von Schlieffen and modified by Helmuth von Moltke the Younger.

the Schlieffen plan was devised by Alfred von Schlieffen. The plan was to invade Belgium which made Great Britain declare war on Germany and then invade France by surprise. The Schlieffen plan worked well for Germany.

South Pole, 1894.

Sketch Map of the South Polar Regions by the Scottish Geographical Magazine, "Note the small outline of the British Isles superimposed on the terra incognita of central Antarctica." (Caption by William of the Garden of Forking Paths)

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