Actual European discoveries - land unknown by humans before the Age of Exploration - the Dutchies discovered the most of unknown land, but also the least valuable... according to current population numbers. And they forgot about us discovering Oz??
A map of the Earth around 250 to 200 million years ago. The Supercontinent Pangaea of the Triassic Period - featuring Gondwanna, Laurasia and Pangaea the Supercontinent. Populated with Dinosaurs, Therapsids, Pterosaurs, and other prehistoric beasties.
How Barbarian Invasions Reshaped Europe: Europe was completely reshaped in the third, fourth and fifth centuries. The Huns of far-Eastern Europe and Central Asia invaded Central Europe, destroying the Gothic kingdoms. Germanic tribes conquered much of Spain and North Africa. And, of course, the Visigoths of southeastern Europe sacked Rome in 410 A.D. All of this destroyed the Roman Imperial system, starting the dark ages and sparked mass migrations throughout Europe.