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France in 1360 - England is covering vast areas of French ground


One of the best all around maps of Ancient Egypt lots of details. Merritt Cartographic: Ancient Egypt

The Entire History of the World—Really, All of It—Distilled Into a Single Gorgeous Chart
from Slate Magazine

The Entire History of the World—Really, All of It—Distilled Into a Single Gorgeous Chart

Historical chronological timeline - homeschool resource

from Etsy

World War One History Events Printable Timeline Poster


from Vox

25 maps that explain the English language

The Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain was a consequence of the migration of Germanic peoples from continental Germania during the Early Middle Ages, after the demise of Roman rule in the 5th century. These peoples are traditionally divided into Angles, Saxons and Jutes, but research conducted in the early 20th century suggests that a wide range of Germanic peoples from the North Sea coasts of Frisia, Lower Saxony, and Jutland may have moved to Britain in this era.


Poverty map of Old Nichol slum, East End of London, showing Bethnal Green Road, from Charles Booth’s Labour and Life of the People. Volume 1: East London (London: Macmillan, 1889).

from eBay

large 17th century old WORLD style map of London England fine art poster print

MAP OF LONDON Het is niet duidelijk waar deze plattegrond van Londen is gepubliceerd. Afgaande op het dubbelportret bovenaan de kaart, werd ze vermoedelijk pas na de troonsbestijging van stadhouder Willem III en Mary Stuart tot koning en koningin van Engeland uitgegeven. De kaart werd oorspronkelijk samengesteld door de Praagse tekenaar en graveur Wencesclaus Hollar (1607-1677). Hollar, een leerling van de beroemde Duitse graveur Mattheus Merian , was in verschillende Europese steden actief.


~ Wales has about 400 castles ~ there are more castles per head than any other country in the world ~

from Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

Quirky Summer Country Garden Barn Wedding

Map Table Seating Plan Luggage Tag Bunting Quirky Summer Country Garden Wedding

from Medium

Joan Clarke, the cryptanalyst war-heroine, and the women of Bletchley Park (you never heard of)

Joan Clarke Murray codebreaker at Bletchley Park during World War II, became deputy head of Hut 8 in 1944. Code breaking was almost exclusively done by men during the war. Clarke was paid less than the men and felt that she was prevented from progressing further because of her gender. She was a English cryptanalyst and numismatist ~