Data Sources


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Webpage Resources

The webpage design is based on the free CSS template "Perfect Learn" by free-css.com and is provided under the Creative Commons license; this includes the respective images.
The three images of early maps on the contact page are all in the public domain:
  • - Peutinger map (original from around the 4th century A.D., copy from 13th century)
  • - Tabula Rogeriania, from the Muslim scholar al-Idrisi, drawn in the 12th century A.D. as part of the geography book "A Guide to Pleasant Journeys into Faraway Lands" compiled for the Norman King Roger II
  • - Map produced in 1569 by the Flemish cartographer Gerardus Mercator using a new type of projection which today bears his name
(all of the above found on history.com.