Thursday, May 24, 2007

Map of Europe c.1740


Something to be starting with, methinks.

5 comments:

Poruchik said...

For Vulgaria probably in the Carpathian and Transalvannian Mts. but totally land locked.

Poruchik said...

Oh probably somewhere between 3,000-5,ooo sq miles

Bluebear Jeff said...

That's a cool map, Greg. Thanks for posting it.

If you look at the southwest protrusion of Saxony green, that's the approximate location (in my mind) of Saxe-Bearstein. The gold blob to the west of it is the approximate location of those vile Stagonians.

Of course, other states may well exist on exactly the same territory (it is all in our imaginations after all).

Reminder to all, click on the map to enlarge it.


-- Jeff

Stokes Schwartz said...

Hi Greg,

Where did you scare up this particular map?

Best Regards,

Stokes

Bloggerator said...

Hey Stokes,

Just via a Google image search - the search term was "Germany map 1740"

Glad you all like it.

Regards,

Greg