Maps and Timelines of significant eras of life in the world.
Map of the World as known to the Ancients
Time-chart A.D. 1220-A.D. 1920
Time-chart A.D. 800-A.D. 1500
Time-chart A.D. 200-A.D. 900
Time-chart 1000 B.C.-300 B.C.
Time-chart 400 B.C.-A.D. 300
The Chief Voyages of Exploration up to 1522
The Break-up of Austria-Hungary
The Balkans, 1878
The Balkan States, 1913
Ottoman Empire, 1566
Ottoman Empire before 1453
North Eastern Frontier of France, 1792
Mexico and Peru
Japan and the East Coast of Asia
India in 1750
Frankish Dominions in the Time of Charles Martel
France at the Close of the 10th Century
European Trade Routes in the 14th Century
Europe, 500 A.D.
Europe in the Time of Charles V
Europe in 1714
Europe at the Fall of Constantinople
Europe at the Death of Charlemagne
Europe and Asia, 1200
Europe after the Congress of Vienna
England, 878 A.D
England, 640 A.D.
Empire of Timurlane
Empire of Otto the Great
Empire of Jengis Khan, 1227
Chief Foreign Settlements in India, 17th Century
Central Europe, 1648
Britain, France, and Spain in America, 1750
Boston in 1775
Arabia and Adjacent Countries
American Colonies, 1760
Africa in the Middle of 19th Century
Travels of Marco Polo
Yuan Chwang’s Route from China to India
Wars of the Greeks and Persians (Map)
Tracks of Migrating and Raiding Peoples, 1-700 A.D
The World According to Herodotus
The World According to Eratosthenes, 200 B.C.
The Western Mediterranean, 800-600 B.C.
The Spread of Buddhism
The Rise of Buddhism
The Known World, about 250 B.C
Roman Empire at Death of Augustus
The students of languages (philologists) tell us that they are unable to trace with certainty any common features in all the languages of mankind. They cannot even find any elements common to all the Caucasian languages. They find over great areas groups of languages which have similar root words and similar ways of expressing the same idea, but then they find in other areas languages which appear to be dissimilar down to their fundamental structure, which express action and relation by entirely dissimilar devices, and have an altogether different grammatical scheme.
Hellenic Races 1000-800 B.C. (Map)
Europe and Western Asia in the Later Palæolithic Age
Diagram Showing the Duration of the Neolithic Period
Australia and the Western Pacific in the Glacial Age