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A Medieval Atlas

Maps by Century

Ninth Century Maps
Maps from 801 to 900 C.E.

By Year

814:

Europe at the Death of Charles the Great
From The Public Schools Historical Atlas, edited by C. Colbeck, published by Longmans, Green, and Co. 1905, a map showing the political divisions of Europe at Charlemagne's death, here at the Medieval History site.

843:

Map of the Western Empire as divided at Verdun: 843
From the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, a map of the Holy Roman Empire as divided among Lothar, Lewis and Charles in 843, here at the Medieval History site.

870:

Map of the Western Empire as divided in 870
From the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, a map depicting the Holy Roman Empire as divided among Lewis II, Lewis the German and Charles in 870, here at the Medieval History site.

880:

The Danelaw
Attractive map at Britannia Internet Magazine depicts the portion of Britain controlled by the Danes.

886:

England after 886
From the Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, a map depicting the political divisions in England after the year 886, here at the Medieval History site.

887:

Map of the Western Empire as divided in 887
From the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, a map depicting the Holy Roman Empire in 887, here at the Medieval History site.

General

Suggested Viking Routes
Colorful map displays possible routes from the eighth through the eleventh centuries, at the Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource.

 

Eighth Century Maps
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About the Medieval Atlas
   The Medieval Atlas is a directory of maps, charts, geographic drawings and illustrations, illuminations, and other cartographic representations of the world in general, and the geography of Europe in particular, during the Middle Ages. Both historical maps and period or "antique" maps are included.
   The directory links to maps on the web as well as to maps right here at the Medieval History site. Many maps are in the public domain and may be downloaded and used freely; however, please check each individual page for copyright notices and any terms of use for the map it displays.
   For more about this atlas, return to the
Medieval Atlas main page.

 

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