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Hey thanks! im just a sophmore uni student with a passion for history, and i did these to learn and thought i might as well give them to wiki. Im in exams right now which is why i haven't been doing much, but during the xmas break i'll probably do some more. I have always liked the maps you make, the topographic look gives it a new dimension since you can see where empires stopped and what features stopped them such as mountains and deserts. So yeah my msn is Javierfv121288@hotmail.com so if you want to chat sometime just go ahead and message me.

East-Hem map corrections 1(100 BC, 200 BC)[edit]

On Image:East-Hem 100bc.jpg and Image talk:East-Hem 200bc.jpg‎, the spelling should be "Hsiung-nu". Also, why isn't Judea shown on the 100 BC map? AnonMoos 01:01, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi AnonMoos, thank you for catching my spelling error on those maps! I'll update them soon, not yet sure if I'll use Hsiung-nu or Xiongnu (since Xiongnu is the official Wiki-designation).
For Judea, do you know what the borders should look like? They weren't on my source map and it would help speed along the corrections.
In any case, I'll be updating those maps soon and should have the corrected versions uploaded in about a month. Thank you, and please let me know if you see any other corrections that I should make. Respectfully, Thomas Lessman 02:08, 10 May 2008 (UTC)
Xiongnu is Pinyin (the Latin-alphabet transcription system used in the PRC since the late 1950's), while Hsiung-nu is Wade-Giles (an older transcription system, the one most frequently used outside the PRC until the 1970's). I have several Maccabee maps here on paper (the largest and clearest one probably that in Atlas of the Bible Lands revised edition by Harry Thomas Frank, ISBN 0-8437-7055-4), but I don't know of an online version... AnonMoos 07:43, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

Image Tagging Image:Rome-Seleucia-Parthia_200ad.jpg[edit]

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East Hem East-Hem 600ad map correction[edit]

Your map mentions the Avar Khanate. It didn't exist until 1200. I think you were going for Eurasian Avars. 74.78.98.109 20:44, 10 June 2008 (UTC)

Misspelling in Ptolemaic Empire map[edit]

I don't know if you're watching that page, but a comment about it is here. Eubulides (talk) 21:24, 24 July 2008 (UTC)

Albanians ?[edit]

Where did You find Albanians near Kaspian sea on that map of Alexander the Great. Even Balkan historians cant say nothing for them, they are among hardest nation to explain...so i wonder, who gave them there ? --Mile (talk) 08:22, 9 December 2008 (UTC)

Mile, please see the Wikipedia article titled "Caucasian Albania". You may be confusing the Caucasian Albanians with the modern Balkan nation of Albania. The two are completely unrelated. Respectfully, Thomas Lessman (talk) 02:00, 24 December 2008 (UTC)

"Chacha" dynasty?[edit]

Hello,

The Brahmin rulers of ancient Sind are more universally known (expectedly) as "The Brahmin Dynasty". If you need references, will be happy to provide that.

Can you please correct the map accordingly?

Regards, Hu114sp (talk) 23:43, 1 April 2009 (UTC)

Hello, thank you for bringing this to my attention. Honestly, I don't want to change it. However, for the sake of knowledge and clarity, I'll make a compromise with you. I'll add a sub-caption to show that the rulers of Sind were also known as "The Brahmin Dynasty". It will take several months before I can update the appropriate maps. Again, thank you. Thomas Lessman (talk) 12:53, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

File:Roman-Empire 200bc.jpg 200 A.D. typo[edit]

File:Roman-Empire 200bc.jpg has written on the map itself "200 A.D." (I know this is a simple typo). As I know you are quite aware by 200 A.D. the Roman Republic had long given way to the Roman Empire.

Thank you, I am aware of this typo. Currently I'm in the middle of re-drawing of the map of the East Hemisphere in 200 BC, which is the parent map of the map of the Roman Empire in 200 BC. It will take another few months due to demands of other projects I am involved in. Once the parent map is re-drawn, I will make a corrected and updated version of this map. Thomas Lessman (talk) 12:50, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

Roman-Empire 477ad.jpg[edit]

It seems that west Sicily was under Vandals in 477, and becale enterly Ostrogoth only on 491. Effectively Odoacer tried to conquer Sicily, but with modest results (just keeping territories he already had. West Sicily became ostrogoth in 491 with a marriage of a Vandal princess to a Ostrogoth king. So, as far as I know there is a small error in the map. All the best. --Gmelfi (talk) 15:10, 23 July 2009 (UTC)

historical atlases[edit]

Hello,

I'm looking for some nice atlases with historical maps and charts in it. Do you happen to have any recommendations?

KR Markvanw (talk) 00:31, 19 January 2011 (UTC)



dear mr. Lessman map east emisphere in 400 AD is incongruous with the map east emisphere in 475-476 AD.

in fact, in 400 AD the Gupta Empire reached the maximum extent and certainly included the basin of the river Indus and the Deccan.

Gupta Empire in 475 AD the Huns suffered the invasion began, and the decay

greetings Mr. maurizio goats

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Really nice Maps, but in File:East-Hem 300ad.jpg the "bosporus" is in the wrong place! It's located at the Krim, but belongs between Turkey and Greece at Istanbul! Thanks!

File:East-Hem_1200ad.jpg[edit]

Hello,

In the area that is marked with the questionmark, there lies the Warsangali Sultanate, and a litle bit in the north the Ajuuraan Empire. You can replace the questionmark with these two mentioned states. Thank you. Runehelmet (talk) 17:40, 16 February 2012 (UTC)

Help with a map![edit]

Hello!

I'm working to improve an article about chess history and I'm wondering if you have a map that looks like this, without any word, showing this region. Regards, OTAVIO1981 (talk) 12:31, 9 March 2012 (UTC)


Error with Kushana map[edit]

The map Kushanshas-Hepthalites 565ad.jpg exchanges the positions of Magadha and Kanauj kingdoms. Vishvas vasuki (talk) 01:59, 10 December 2012 (UTC)

Difference between the borders of the States =[edit]

Hello Talessman! Looking to this map, and this another I saw problems with the boundaries of the States in the Middle East. In the first we can see the Indo-Partha that we don't see in the another, the boudaries of the Cappadocia, Armenia e Pontus are different, and what are the States of number 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10? I think that I now three of them, but I don't know the others, and I think that without any legend in the image it's difficult for the people use the map. Could you check please? Respectfully, --Renato de carvalho ferreira (talk) 03:59, 26 April 2013 (UTC)

Commons:Deletion requests/File:Origins 500A.png[edit]

Hi, could you please have a look at Commons:Deletion requests/File:Origins 500A.png? Thank you. --Eleassar (t/p) 09:36, 17 October 2013 (UTC)

The area of Finland in 1200 AD[edit]

The area marked as Swedish territory in the 1200 AD map is too large. There is no evidence that the area of Finland was part of the kingdom of Sweden before 1249 when Swedish earl Birger conquered Finland. The so-called First Swedish Crusade (1155) is presently considered mostly as a legend.

Possible article[edit]

Thank you for your history maps. They are best when expanded and are most useful when one century can be compared to the next. I was thinking of making an article called [*[Old World historical maps]*] or similar with all the maps shown full size in historical sequence. This would be very unorthodox (there are no other articles like it as far as I know), but I think it might work. Since this is your stuff, what do you think? Also, there is a similar series for Mongolian history. Do you know anything about them? Benjamin Trovato (talk) 00:57, 7 February 2017 (UTC)

East-Hem 800ad correction[edit]

Hello, really great work with the maps. I just spotted one error on your Eastern Hemisphere 800AD map, which is the labelling the Māori as being in New Zealand at this time. I don't believe they arrived that early. According to the wikipedia article on the history of the Māori people, the settlement of New Zealand was not until 1250-1300AD. Cheers --Helrasincke (talk) 22:31, 1 January 2018 (UTC)