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The Germanic Kingdoms
and the East Roman Empire
486

Map of the Germanic Kingdoms and the East Roman Empire in 486
This map of Europe after the "fall of Rome" depicts the distribution of the Germanic tribes and the extent of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) empire in 486 C.E. It is one of the maps from the Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1923. The map is in the public domain and you may download it or print it for any use; click it for a much larger version (1157 pixels; 856 K); or click here for an extremely large JPEG (2313 pixels; 1.7 M).

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