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|Description||Eastern Hemisphere in 900 AD.|
|Source||self-made (For reference information, see the Map Source References section below.)|
|Author||Thomas Lessman ( Contact!)|
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Original Source URL: http://www.thomaslessman.com/History/images/East-Hem_900ad.jpg.
This map of the Eastern Hemisphere in 900 AD was created by Thomas Lessman, based on information from the sources listed below. This map is free for educational use (see Permission info above). When using this map, please mention that it is available for free at www.WorldHistoryMaps.info.
Map Source References
- Remember, sources often conflict with each other. This map is only as accurate as the information that is available to me. To report any errors or to help further this work, please click here, or email Thomas Lessman at [email protected]
References for information contained in this map:
1. Borders of Europe are mostly derived from the www.Euratlas.com map of Europe in 900 AD.
- (Please note: User:Bogomolov.PL has done a great job of showing me possible discrepancies in my north European borders compared to this source, due to the differences in the geographical layout of the maps.)
2. Borders of Asian countries derive from various Wikipedia articles and Google history map searches.
3. Fringe areas like Africa, Australia, Siberia, etc. derive from Wiki,edia's World Map 900 CE, created by User:Javierfv1212.
4. Much of the information in this map was cross-checked with Bruce Gordon's Regnal Chronologies.
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