Tag Archives: Maps

A History of the World in Maps

Shocking really, what you can find on the Internet. I found this incredible video on one of the blogs that I follow. It charts world civilization, displaying political entities year-by-year. Utterly fascinating. (BTW, it displays much better on a laptop … Continue reading

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Maps and Historians

Geographers, cartologists, and historians have a lot to say to each other. (Most of it good!) Why Historical #Maps Still Matter So Much, Even Today http://t.co/8K6oij5d2P #hgis #history — HGIS Lab USASK (@HGIS_UofSK) January 3, 2015 This linked article from … Continue reading

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Two new mapping resources

MT @natlibscot: Free online maps show how Victorian towns & cities developed http://t.co/nGYstJWlmX pic.twitter.com/oss0LDzJIC — Steven Gray (@Sjgray86) March 21, 2014 Take a virtual stroll around Georgian London in these incredible 1830's London Street Views. http://t.co/xNj8ztLLUo — Keir Clarke (@KeirClarke) … Continue reading

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Literary Atlas of Europe

You owe it to yourself to click on the link. The is a most amazing project to map European culture put together by a Swiss-German-Czech team of researchers. #dha2014 Literary Atlas of Europe: http://t.co/uSbO8qhddA V. cool speculative project suit. — … Continue reading

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Animated map of Europe’s changing boarders

Click here to watch an animated map of European boarder changes. Fascinating!

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Map of Europe 1000 to the present

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=14d_1348362692 Give this link a try.

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Interactive Map of Early Modern London

This just posted: an interactive map of Early Modern London. I love the interactive Map of Early Modern London w/ Stow notations more than is probably healthy http://t.co/gAEWuTUiGK — Nancy Bilyeau (@Tudorscribe) March 11, 2014 I have been playing around … Continue reading

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