Maps

All the maps used on the podcast so far…

Anatolia 920AD with new Themes

Anatolia 920AD with new Themes

The Empire 900 AD

The Empire 900 AD

Anatolia 842AD with new Themes

Anatolia 842AD with new Themes

Anatolia 820AD with new Themes

Anatolia 820AD with new Themes

Anatolia 780AD with new Theme arrangements

Anatolia 780AD onwards with new Theme arrangements

The Realm of the Franks 481 to 814 (wikipedia)

The Realm of the Franks 481 to 814 (wikipedia)

Europe and the Middle East 800AD (worldhistorymaps.info)

Europe and the Middle East 800AD (worldhistorymaps.info)

Anatolia 700-800 AD

Anatolia 700-800 AD from a base map by CPlakidas from Wikipedia

Topographical map of the Balkans (from wikipedia)

Topographical map of the Balkans (from wikipedia)

Europe and the Near East in 700 (from worldhistorymaps.info)

Europe and the Near East in 700 (from worldhistorymaps.info)

Arabia and the Fertile Crescent in 600 AD

Arabia and the Fertile Crescent in 600 AD

The terrain of Europe and the Middle East from Colin McEvedy's Atlas of Medieval Europe

The terrain of Europe and the Middle East from Colin McEvedy’s Atlas of Medieval Europe

The Themes in 668 AD from A History of the Byzantine State and Society by Warren Treadgold

The Themes in 668 AD from A History of the Byzantine State and Society by Warren Treadgold

The Eastern provinces (commons.wikimedia.orgwikiUserCplakidas)

The Eastern provinces (commons.wikimedia.orgwikiUserCplakidas)

Byzantine-Persian border

Byzantine-Persian border

The campaigns of 624-28 by Mohammad Adil

The campaigns of 624-28 by Mohammad Adil

The environs of Constantinople

The environs of Constantinople

The Byzantine Empire in 620 AD. That should give you an idea of the size of the task ahead of Heraclius

The Byzantine Empire in 620 AD. That should give you an idea of the size of the task ahead of Heraclius

Linguistic map of the Byzantine Empire c565

Linguistic map of the Byzantine Empire c565

The Eastern Hemisphere in 600AD

The Eastern Hemisphere in 600AD

Byzantine Empire at its greatest extent, 565

Byzantine Empire at its greatest extent, 565

The First Gothic War

The First Gothic War

Siege of Rome map from Ancient Warfare Magazine Volume IV, Issue 3 (www.ancient-warfare.com)

Siege of Rome map from Ancient Warfare Magazine Volume IV, Issue 3 (www.ancient-warfare.com)

The Vandal War Campaign Map

The Vandal War Campaign Map

The Lazican Border

The Lazican Border

The Roman-Persian frontier in late antiquity

The Roman-Persian frontier in late antiquity

The Roman Empire c400AD

The Roman Empire c400AD

Constantinople in the Byzantine era

Constantinople in the Byzantine era

The Byzantine Balkan Provinces in the 6th century

The Byzantine Balkan Provinces in the 6th century

The Eastern Hemisphere in AD500

The Eastern Hemisphere in AD500

7 Comments

7 thoughts on “Maps

  1. Romulemus

    I’m not sure how helpful this will be or how accurate this map is but this YouTube video goes through the changing landscape of the entire world over the course of 50 centuries. https://youtu.be/dp0tqdu7fH4?t=4m51s

    I started the video off at 462AD but you can go as far back as 3000BC to 2014AD.

    Like I said, make sure to check for yourself of its accuracy and I hope that you do. Thanks for the podcast and continuing Mike Duncan’s work!

  2. Hello,

    Thank you for this historical maps.

    Can you help me? Who is the author of these maps? Or which is extracted from the book?

    • The maps are all online. The authors are credited on the individual episode pages https://thehistoryofbyzantium.com/. If you google the title of the map you will probably find them. Most come from wikipedia where their authors are also credited. Only the maps of Anatolia at the top are edited by me based on CPlakidas’ work.

      • Thank you for answer. I want to use the maps on my thesis. That’s why I need authors or books.

        now, what I write about you in my thesis, footnote or bibliography? what you want?

  3. Well if you are using the maps of Anatolia at the top you can say maps courtesy of Robin Pierson (thehistoryofbyzantium.com). But if you are using some of the others then just credit wikipedia or the individual authors.

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