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A political map of the Medieval Livonia, circa 1260, along with surrounding areas.

Originally created by MapMaster

This map was commissioned by Attilios.

Foreign language versions


  • Turnbull, Stephen (2004) Crusader Castles of the Teutonic Knights (2), Osprey Publishing ISBN 1841767123
  • Bjorklund, Oddvar; Holmboe, Haakon; Rohr, Anders (1970) Historical Atlas of the World, Barnes & Noble, NY, SBN: 389-00253-4.


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