User talk:Andrei nacu

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cool map from rom empire... very good work! Greets

Hundred years war map[edit]

The image File:Hundred years war.gif has no key. I am going to attempt to begin one similar to File:Roman Republic Empire map.gif. If you could help by providing an description for each image change, that would be great. If not the image is in danger of being removed from a Wikipedia article and perhaps even commons as not having encyclopedic context. The image needs to explain the animation or it cannot be used on a GA article on Wikipedia and may not have enough EV context for commons.--Amadscientist (talk) 01:34, 10 December 2013 (UTC)[reply]

I really need a source or sources you used to create this.--Amadscientist (talk) 04:19, 10 December 2013 (UTC)[reply]
I have updated the information on the image with:
English: Animated map Hundred years war. This map shows the war`s evolution and the most important battles.

Displayed in the map:

  Battles-Battle of Crecy (1346), Battle of Poitiers (1356), Battle of Agincourt (1415), Battle of Castillon (1429), Battle of Formigny (1450)
Years shown: 1337, 1346, 1356, 1360, 1415, 1429, 1429-31, 1450, 1451-53, 1453.
Date 30 January 2007
Author Andrei nacu (d)
  • I found an error when translating the key from the general information on a few articles and basic research but happened to notice that the Battle of Formigny is listed in the animation under 1451-53 but the battle took place on 15 April 1450 [1], [2]. There is a frame for 1450 by itself, if you could update that by adding it in that frame and then deleting it from the 1451-53 frame that would be great. If not I'll try to find a way to edit the gif and try to best match the font.--Amadscientist (talk) 05:37, 10 December 2013 (UTC)[reply]


An error in the animation is that it only starts highlighting the Valois-Burgundian territories after 1429 even though they started in 1363 and continued to grow greatly and included Flanders by the early 1380s. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 04:06, 9 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]