Quote from: Josh on 2014-02-21, 16:41:13Couldn't find a map of Britain's coastline which titles all the major bays and headlands. Maybe somebody knows how to seek?You know what?Maybe a Google map will work a certain way: to zoom at a point on the coast - then move/drag the map along. What do you think?
Couldn't find a map of Britain's coastline which titles all the major bays and headlands. Maybe somebody knows how to seek?
Now as Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee, He saw two brothers, Simon who was called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. And He said to them, "Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men."
http://www.maphill.com/Includes physical maps, terrain maps, and whatnot.
You could go But there are earlier European empires as well, this map for 800 AD.
Dynamical display data maps at Gapminder are interesting.This one is about urbanization (by percentage of population) since 1960 until 2010. I was to put it at the urbanization thread, but what I wanted to point is the interest of knowing how things are evolving when looking to a map instead of just having a fixed, photograph like, image of one moment.Maybe it is possible to insert such maps inside the post so you can see it "working" but I don't know how to do it.Another thing, your map of Europe by 800 Ad is incorrect, Jax. Al-Andaluz is the part that is now located in Spain and had given origin to Andalucia. In Portugal was called Al-Gharb, therefore being today Algarve.
Currently the Americas, Europe, and Africa have one billion each...
A billion people in the Americas?
Quote from: mjmsprt40 on 2014-05-21, 13:34:39A billion people in the Americas?No.With Australia and New Zealand together.
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