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1450 Map of the World by Venetian monk Fra Mauro. The map depicts Asia, Africa and Europe
Early 15th century Borgia world map. Africa is at the top of the map, with Europe at the bottom right
Overview of the Slave Trade out of Africa, 1500-1900
Map of African Slave Trade 1500-1900
Volume and direction of the trans-Atlantic slave trade from all African to all American regions between 1500-1860.
New Kingdom of Egypt | 1425 BCE
Pre-colonial cultures of Africa (500 BCE to 1500 CE)
Map of the African slave trade between 1500 and 1870
The Voyages of Chinese Explorer Zheng He between 1405-1433
A Map Of The World Made In Korea Under The Joseon Dynasty In 1402, Depicting Korea, Japan, China, Asia, Africa And Europe.
Some portion of Ethiopia from Fra Muaro world map, 1459
African slave trade (1450-1808)
Guinea and South Western Africa, from materials available in 1492
Fra Mauro Somalia
Ptolemy Cosmographia 1467 - North Central Africa - Mediterranean Sea
1482 The First African Map
Uganda Made with 6 inch compass from known points (WOMAT-AFR-BEA-126-1)
Map of Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia. Personifications of the winds. Full gold border (NYPL b12455533-427011)
MACCOUN(1899) p047 ABOUT 1440 B.C. - LOWER EGYPT
Ptolemy Cosmographia 1467 - North West Africa
First map of Africa (Straits of Gibraltar, northwest Africa), in full gold border (NYPL b12455533-427033)
Second map of Africa (Libya), in full gold border (NYPL b12455533-427035)
Fourth map of Africa (Egypt and Sinai), in full gold border (NYPL b12455533-427039)
Ptolemy Cosmographia 1467 - North Africa
Bodleian Libraries, Morocco and Algeria
Bodleian Libraries, Tunisia, western Libya, Sardinia and Sicily
Bodleian Libraries, Eastern Libya, Egypt
Bodleian Libraries, Africa, known and reported
For those who wondered why Columbus never believed that he had arrived at a new continent: Here is a T & O map (1472) depicting the world view in Europe that the known world descended from Noah's 3 sons (one in each continent, Africa, Asia, Europe). An unknown continent did not fit into this view.
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