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World History Maps by Thomas Lessman

World History Maps by Thomas Lessman
40 Historical Maps of the Eastern Hemisphere: by Thomas A. Lessman * Linked maps open in a new window. Unlinked maps are not complete or are otherwise unavailable. Prehistoric Maps (Early Humans to 3000 BC) No Prehistoric maps currently finished. Primeval History Maps (3000 BC to 601 BC) 3 Primeval maps currently finished. * Hittite Empire in 1300 BC Ancient History Maps (600 BC to 499 AD) 23 Ancient maps currently finished: Medieval History Maps (500 AD to 1500 AD) 13 Medieval maps currently finished. * 500 AD * 510 AD * 525 AD * Hephthalite Empires in 500 AD * 535 AD * 550 AD * 565 AD * 600 AD * 610 AD * 700 AD * Kushano-Hephthalite Kingdoms in 600 AD * Persian Sassanid Dynasty in 600 AD * Sindh (Chacha Dynasty) in 700 AD * Tibet in 700 and 800 AD * 750 AD * 800 AD * 850 AD * 900 AD * 950 AD * 1000 AD * Saffarid Dynasty in 900 AD * 1025 AD * 1050 AD * 1100 AD * 1150 AD * 1200 AD * 1250 AD * 1300 AD * 1350 AD * 1400 AD Modern History Maps (1500 AD to Present) About the Maps: 1. 2.

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The colonization counterfactual One of the questions I’m often asked by friends who haven’t studied African history is what might have happened to the continent if it hadn’t been colonized. It’s interesting to look at the following map of African politico-tribal units circa 1844 by Swedish artist Nikolaj Cyon in the light of this question: [click for full size – it’s worth it!] Stonehenge Discovery 'Blows Lid Off' Old Theories About Builders Of Ancient Monument From who built it to what it was used for, Stonehenge is surrounded by many enduring mysteries — and researchers from the University of Buckingham in England now say they’ve solved one of them. “For years people have been asking why is Stonehenge where it is, now at last, we have found the answers,” David Jacques, an archaeology research fellow at the university, said in a written statement. Last October, Jacques led an archaeological dig at a site 1.5 miles from Stonehenge.

The Viking-age Fylki (Petty kingdoms) of Norway Important! This is the “de jure” regions so to say. A petty king might have power in 2 or 3 of them, or they might be divided in various ways. what-happens-to-your-body-if-it-doesnt-get-enough-fibre-10375410 Dietary fibre is vital not only for our bowel health and function, but far beyond this. To put it simply, part of this roughage is fermentable, and in other words, it becomes a food for our friendly gut bacteria, and the non-fermentable part enhances bowel movement and stool consistency. Whatever the characteristics of dietary fibre such as solubility, viscosity, and fermentability, it is essential for our health, and it should be a crucial component in our diet. Dietary fibre has been demonstrated to have a protective role against various diseases; from constipation to cancer, as well as cardiovascular diseases. Bowel function is the most directly affected by fibre content in foods, and that is manifested in the frequency of bowel movements, and more importantly stool consistency. The protective role in colon cancer is a complex one, but it is thought to be due to at least the attenuation of mutagen formation in the gut.

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire by Timothy B. Lee on August 19, 2014 Two thousand years ago, on August 19, 14 AD, Caesar Augustus died. What Nagasaki looked like before and after the bomb Three days after leveling the city of Hiroshima with a uranium atomic bomb known as a "Little Boy," the United States dropped the more menacing-sounding "Fat Man" over Nagasaki. It was Aug. 9, 1945. Some 40,000 to 80,000 people were killed, and much of the city was pulverized. KateMonk This is a collection of names from around the world which was initially intended to help provide character names for live role-players. It includes short historical backgrounds, male and female first names or personal names, and surnames or family names, from many countries and periods. The author is not an expert in onomastics or history so would like to apologise if any mistakes have been made. All names included are from genuine sources to the best of her knowledge, but this is not an academic study and should not be relied upon by re-enactment societies which require specific dates and instances of occurrence for the names they use.

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