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1450 Map of the World by Venetian monk Fra Mauro. The map depicts Asia, Africa and Europe
Found an old atlas at my grandaunts home: Every country of Africa is colonized, except Ethiopia. orange=German, red=English, brown=French, dark green=Italian, Green=Italian,... Andrees Handatlas 1914.
Atlas of Italy's Colonial Possessions in Africa (GIF)
A map I made of a world where Germany won WW1. The map is in 1925. Italy and Ethiopia also joined on the Central Powers' side.
Map Showing Western Roman Emperor Majorian’s gains. Holding just Italy, he reconquered large parts of Gaul and Hispania. His invasion fleet to North Africa was destroyed due to treachery. He was assassinated in 461 and was the last Roman emperor to make an effort to restore the empire.
Expansion of Italian Libya -- Dark green: territories ceded by the Ottoman Empire in 1912 ; light green: territories ceded by France and Britain in 1919 and 1926 ; red: territories ceded by France and Britain in 1934-35
Pasta Consumption worldwide, Italy is first followed by Tunisia then Venezuela.
1589 Map of Ethiopia and Somalia by the Italian Carthographer Stefano Bonsignori
Map of Italian East Africa (Africa Orientale Italiana), 1936
World at War (WWII)
Initial German and Italian attacks during the Battle of Gazala in Libya, May 1942.
Italian Map of the Mahdist territories in the Sudan, 1894
1561 map of West Africa by Girolamo Ruscelli
A hexmap of the U.S. showing the states where people of African American, Irish, Italian, German and Mexican ancestry are most concentrated, as reported to the U.S. Census Bureau in the 2017 American Community Survey. Play with tool and read the documentation. apmresearchlab.org/rootsbeyondrace
Africa 1562, Paolo Forlani (3797124-recto)
1862 Johnson Map of the Roman Empire
Bodleian Libraries, Morocco and Algeria
Bodleian Libraries, Tunisia, western Libya, Sardinia and Sicily
Bodleian Libraries, Eastern Libya, Egypt
Bodleian Libraries, Africa, known and reported
Italy. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
Italy and the Italian Est Africa compared with United States
best photos you will ever see
for the map obsessed
boat parts and history
marine life photography