18 September 2013

Map of Europe: 1000 AD to present day

The video entitled Map of Europe: 1000 AD to present day is impressive. It would, I find, have been even better if it showed the date on which each series of geopolitical changes unfolded.

Now wouldn't it be fascinating to have a map like that displaying the languages spoken across Europe (or any other large landmass) over the decades and centuries?

1 comment:

  1. I played a game trying to guess the dates at which the changes occurred. Striking that some areas - so-called Central Europe - have changed much faster than, say, Western Europe. A language map would be even more complicated because of multilingualism.


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