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maps[edit]

Excellent world maps you have created! I have added them to Template:Maps of world history.. plenty of gaps in that template still, if you're interested in making more of them --Astrokey44 02:16, 28 May 2007 (UTC)

I award you the History Barnstar for your fantastic historical world maps! --Astrokey44 02:16, 28 May 2007 (UTC)

Image:World_map_800CE.PNG[edit]

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World History Maps and Eastern Hemisphere Maps[edit]

THANK YOU for making your World History maps! I've also made a series of maps that you can see on my Wikipedia page Talessman. My maps use a different background (I used a topographical map showing mountains and rivers). It seems our maps cover many of the same time periods, which is good because it gives Wikipedians that much more information. Anyway I just wanted to thank you and express my respect for your work. Perhaps we can work together to create a complete series of historical maps. Talessman 01:18, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

Legends[edit]

Thank you for making interesting maps on history of the world. I would like to ask you whether it is possible to make the legends (the names of the countries or regions) bigger? Lady Anu 09:46, 17 November 2007 (UTC)

hi zatoichi[edit]

can u plz up load 5 more maps -800ce-1000ce-1200ce-1500-1800 ty vry much i luv ya

hi zatoichi 2[edit]

can u plz also add a neolithic map and a human migration map ty vry much i luv ya!

Tip: Categorizing images[edit]

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Error in Image on Kadesh[edit]

[File:Battle_of_Kadesh_II.png]Battle of Kadesh II.png contains an error: "Ramses leads his chariots to assault the Egyptian camp" I probably don't need to explain what's wrong with this, amusing as it is. It clearly should say "assist the Egyptian camp" or "assault the Hittites" (as the Italian version seems to).--41.177.4.50 08:23, 24 April 2012 (UTC)

Error(s) in Tibetan Empire map[edit]

File:Tibetan empire greatest extent 780s-790s CE.png appears to have a few mistakes. The most importants one that I notice are probably the location of Ferghana, which is too far SE, and the location of Sogdiana, which is too far NE. Additionally, the locations of Talas and Balasagun are a little off.

Beyond that, it'd be nice to see some more contemporaneous names, e.g. Little and Greater Balur, but not Dzungaria (a much later name). —Firespeaker (talk) 17:35, 21 November 2012 (UTC)

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File:Map-of-southeast-asia 900 CE.png[edit]

Hi, I have seen that you created the page about this map in Commons. I think it could be refered to one of the phases of maximum expansion of the Khmer Empire, I would say around 1150 CE, after the conquer of the Dvaravati Kingdom of Lavo, that was never conquered by the Khmer before Suryavarman I (1010-1050), and was finally submitted by Suryavarman II (1113-1150). In the year 900 CE, the Khmer Empire was not even 100 years old, and could have hardly got all the dominions shown in your map. I see that the map has been used in mani Wikis as a 900 CE map, so I think it should be better to change the date. Regards Carlo58s (talk) 05:26, 1 August 2014 (UTC)

Southeast Asia Map Circa 1750?[edit]

Hi- a note of thanks for all your great historical maps. I am making edits to some pages on Laos and Lan Xang and was wondering if you could make another map c.1750? Lan Xang split between 1707-1710 into three kingdoms (and one principality), Burma, Ayutthaya and Lanna were the main kingdoms in the West, Vietnam occupied the east. There are some maps both before and after, but none for this period. I have some references if it would help- you should be able to make some edits to your existing maps of Southeast Asia.StampyElephant (talk) 00:26, 10 February 2015 (UTC)

Question regarding your Seleucid Empire map[edit]

Hello,

I have a question regarding this map you created. Do you have any source that confirms that the ceding of Gedrosia by Seleucus Nicator included Iranian Balochistan? Most historians (virtually all historians to put it straight) agree that Balochistan, Pakistan marked the westernmost extent of the newly established western borders of the Mauryan Empire.

Mainstream scholarship asserts that Chandragupta received vast territory west of the Indus, including the Hindu Kush, modern day Afghanistan, and the Balochistan province of Pakistan.[1][2] Archaeologically, concrete indications of Maurya rule, such as the inscriptions of the Edicts of Ashoka, are known as far as Kandhahar in southern Afghanistan.

Bests - LouisAragon (talk) 23:59, 25 September 2015 (UTC)

  1. Vincent A. Smith (1998). Ashoka. Asian Educational Services. ISBN 81-206-1303-1.
  2. (1919). "The Importance of Hellenism from the Point of View of Indic-Philology". Classical Philology 14 (4): 297–313. DOI:10.1086/360246.