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Map of the world according to Anaximander (6th century BC)
The Near East Shortly before the Birth of Islam , 600 AD
Europe 600 AD
Languages of the Byzantine Empire, 580 AD
Europe at the Death of Theodoric(AD 526)
Irish, Britons and Anglo-Saxons AD 600
Europe 600 AD
Europe, North Africa, and West Asia in 600 AD
Eastern Roman Empire under Justinian I, 527-565 AD
Extent of the Greek language spoken in the Byzantine Empire in 534 AD
Europe 525 AD
OC] Byzantine Empire - AD 565
The spread of Celtic refugee settlements from Britain southward about the middle of the 6th Century AD
Eastern Roman Empire 527-565 AD
Map of Phoenician (in yellow) and Greek colonies around 8th to 6th century BC
West Asia, 6th century BC
The Byzantine Empire at the time of Justinian, 555 AD.
Map of post-Roman Britain, ca. 540 AD
Detailed Map of Europe in 555 AD (Conquests of Justinian)
Eastern Hemisphere in 600 AD
Byzantium and Sassanian Empires circa 600 AD
Asia in 600 AD
Distribution of early Byzantine items and contemporary imitations found outside of the boundaries of the mid-sixth-century empire of Justinian (c. 565 AD).
Main Language Groups in Iron Age Italy, 6th century BC
Languages spoken in the Eastern Roman Empire 580 AD
Byzantine Empire, A.D. 565
This is a panoramic of the Madaba Mosaic Map in the Byzantine church of St. George in Madaba, Jordan. It contains the oldest surviving original cartographic depiction of the Holy Land including Jerusalem. circa 6th century AD. OC
Sui and Tang Dynasties A.D. 581-907
1742 Map of the Eastern Roman Empire at appx 600 AD
Map of AD 600 (Chrono Trigger)
Northern Britannia circa AD 570 by Karl Craig
Walls of Rome 6th century
Barbarian migrations and kingdoms in Europe A.D. 526
Britain and Ireland in 560 AD
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