Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Created by Terri Johnson
Map
Trek

Map Trek
Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Created by Terri Johnson
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Table of Contents for Medieval World
Why should we study history?................................................................................................5
Introduction.................................................................................................................................6
Lesson Plans.................................................................................................................................8
Glossary......................................................................................................................................20
World Map (landforms).........................................................................................................21
Byzantine Empire..................................................................................................................... 23
Islamic Empire.......................................................................................................................... 25
Viking Expansion..................................................................................................................... 27
Empire of Charlemagne.......................................................................................................... 29
The Holy Roman Empire ........................................................................................................ 31
African Kingdoms.....................................................................................................................33
Norman Conquests.................................................................................................................. 35
The Crusades..............................................................................................................................37
Mongol Empire......................................................................................................................... 39
Medieval China..........................................................................................................................41
City Centers of Europe........................................................................................................... 43
Medieval Japan......................................................................................................................... 45
12th Century Europe................................................................................................................. 47
The Black Death....................................................................................................................... 49
Hundred Years’ War................................................................................................................ 51
Renaissance Italy...................................................................................................................... 53
Early Explorers......................................................................................................................... 55
Christopher Columbus............................................................................................................57
Later Explorers......................................................................................................................... 59
Central/South America............................................................................................................61
The Powerful Habsburgs....................................................................................................... 63
The Netherlands....................................................................................................................... 65
The Reformation...................................................................................................................... 67
The Expansion of Sweden ..................................................................................................... 69
The Expansion of Russia......................................................................................................... 71
Spanish/Portuguese Empires.................................................................................................73
World Map w/ Grid.................................................................................................................75
Blank World Grid.................................................................................................................... 76
Europe Map w/ Grid................................................................................................................77
Italy Map w/ Grid.....................................................................................................................78
England Map w/ Grid............................................................................................................. 79
S. America Map w/ Grid......................................................................................................... 80
Blank grid for regional maps.................................................................................................. 81

Why should we study history?
“The kind of events that once took place will by reason of human nature take place again.”
−Thucydides
“That is the supreme value of history. The study of it is the best guarantee against repeating it.”
− John Buchan, Baron Tweedsmuir
“The time for extracting a lesson from history is ever at hand for those who are wise.”
−Demosthenes
“Take hold of instruction; let her not go. Keep her; for she is thy life.”
− Solomon (Proverbs 4:13)

Introduction
It only makes sense to study geography alongside history. In history, we learn about
times, places and people. Geography covers the “places” part. Each aspect of historical study
is important in its own right, but they cannot be studied exclusively of one another. For
example, when you study Alexander the Great, it only makes sense to see the large land area
that he conquered by looking at a map. Modern maps will not give you the same information or
perspective as historical maps do.
We, at Knowledge Quest, Inc., have set out to provide you with the most usable,
yet attractive, historical map book possible. Within these pages, you will find a full-color
historical atlas for the teacher, along with blank outline maps for the student. In this way, the
teacher has full access to the answers thereby eliminating any frustration or bewilderment on
her part. The teacher may decide whether to provide this answer map to her students, or have
them research the answers on their own using a globe, wall map, internet search or another
historical atlas.
As the teacher, you may wish to print out this entire ebook. However, if you want to
save on the expense of printer ink or toner, you might prefer to print only the student maps,
which will exhaust a minimal amount of ink. The water is shaded a very slight (10%) blue so as
to help the students differentiate the water from the land masses.
Lesson plans have been included for you. They have been broken down into three
categories for learners in various stages. Level A is for children who are in grades 1-4. However,
if you have a kindergarten who is ready for a little challenge or a 5th grader that needs some
extra assistance, feel free to adjust these ranges to suit your students’ needs. Also, with this
age group, the teacher should be willing to help with spelling or writing if the child needs some
help. Often times, a child’s brain is much more advanced and ready for information than his
hand is in recording it! Map work should be fun and interactive; not a test or drill.
Level B is for students in 5th through 8th grade. These kids are ready for additional
challenge and are capable of more writing/recording than the younger kids. Level C is for high
schoolers (9th through 12th grade) and includes the most challenging assignments. They are
often asked to do some research in order to fill in their maps completely.
Teachers, please remember, no matter what age or stage your child is in, learning
geography comes with familiarity and repetition. In fact, if the student incorporates all of these
maps into his study of world history, he will begin to memorize geographical facts that will
remain with him for a lifetime. If you feel that your student needs extra geography review or
perhaps a different way to learn it, please check out this free resource:
Globalmania - /globalmania.htm

Since these maps are chronological in sequence, you may use them easily with any
chronological history program. Some good history curricula to consider are:
TruthQuest History
Story of the World
Biblioplan for Families
Tapestry of Grace
Sonlight Curriculum
Mystery of History
My Father’s World
Learning Adventures
Living Books Curriculum
Ambleside Online
Winter Promise
This is certainly not an exhaustive list and there are many other good history programs to choose from.
To gain the most benefit from these outline maps, it would be advantageous to have
on hand a globe, wall map and/or separate atlas for reference. The student may be asked to
look something up on the globe and then label it onto the blank map. Also, have available
some decent art supplies. As your student matures, he or she should be expected to present
to you upon completion a neatly colored or pencil shaded map. For variety, allow your child
to experiment with watercolors for a different effect, or let her use glue and glitter on a major
route. No matter what their age, children should always be encouraged to do their best.
Once completed, your children may want to post these maps to a bulletin board or
the refrigerator. Our students compile the maps into a notebook along with narrations from
history books we have read and pictures of historical events that the children have drawn
and captioned. When we have completed a unit of history study, the children have their own
“book” which they have made which tells the story of the history that they have learned and
summarized. The maps make nice colorful entries into their notebooks.
There are enough maps included in this unit so that you can assign map work once a
week. You may want to schedule a specific time for this activity during the week. Or perhaps
you will want to hand your kids a map to label and color while you read from your history
book or text. How and when you assign map work is up to you, but I find that I am much more
likely to actually work on the maps if I have it scheduled into our weekly school calendar.
We hope these maps enhance your study of history and make learning geography and
enjoyable and interactive learning experience for your children.

Lessons Plans
Medieval World (landforms)
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Look at a globe and notice that over two-thirds of it is covered in water that is all
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connected. This one large body of water, or ocean, has five different names at five
separate locations on our world. Label them on your map – Pacific, Atlantic, Indian,
Arctic and Southern.
Label the seven continents – Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, Antarctica, North and
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South America.
Color in the land areas.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the smaller bodies of water – Beaufort Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Hudson Bay, Gulf of
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Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Red Sea, North
Sea, Baltic Sea, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, E. China Sea, S. China Sea, Tasman Sea,
Coral Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, Bering Sea, Laptev Sea, Kara Sea and Barent Sea.
Label the mountain ranges – Sierra Nevadas, Rockies, Appalachian, Andies, Pyrenees,
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Alps, Caucasus, Ural, Himalayas and the Great Dividing Range.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the rivers shown here – St. Lawrence, Mississippi, Amazon, Thames,
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Seine, Rhine, Vistula, Danube, Dnieper, Vulga, Ural, Ob, Nile, Tigris, Euphrates,
Indus, Ganges, Yellow, Yangtze and Lena.
Label the deserts and peninsulas – Death Valley, Great Basin, Sonoran Desert,
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Atacama Desert, Patagonian Desert, Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Arabian Desert,
Sinai Peninsula, Italian Peninsula, Greek Peninsula, Iranian Desert, Turkestan Desert,
Indian Desert, Takla Makan Desert, Gobi Desert, Great Sandy Desert and Great
Victoria Desert.

Optional (all levels)
Make a salt dough map of an imaginary country. Include at least one mountain, one
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river, a desert and a peninsula or an island.
MAPPING DOUGH
1 c. salt
1 c. flour
2/3 c. water
Food color (or poster paint when mixture is dry and map is formed and you are ready to paint)
Mix salt, flour and water until mixture is like icing. Add food coloring if you want dough
colored. Otherwise paint dry map with poster paint. On board, shape dough into hills, valleys
oceans to make topography map. Let dry.
Byzantine Empire
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label France, Spain and Egypt on your map. Is Egypt part of the Byzantine Empire?
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At which time in history – 565 or 1360?
Color the two sizes of the Byzantine Empire in different colors to show the
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distinction between the time periods. Also color the old Roman Empire
Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown on this map – Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea,
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the Bosporus and the Dnieper River.
Label the cities shown here
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Using a wall map or globe, label as many islands as you can.
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Islamic Empire
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these regions - India, Persia, Syria, France, Spain and Africa.
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Label the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea.
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Color your map according to key provided for you.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the cities and remaining bodies of water shown on this map.
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Viking Expansion
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these regions – Denmark, Sweden, Norway, England, Ireland, Greenland,
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Iceland and Newfoundland. What was the Viking name for the area they inhabited in
North America?
Label the Byzantine and Islamic Empires as well as the region of the Magyars.
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Color your map.
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Level B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these Viking trading centers – Hedeby, Birka, Staraia, Grobin, Kiev, Cherson,
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Itil, Bulgar and Timerevo.
Draw in trading routes as well as route of Viking exploration.
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The Empire of Charlemagne
5.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color the region which Charlemagne controlled.
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Trace the line of the Treaty of Verdun
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Label the areas known as Lombardy, Burgundy and Brittany.
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Color in the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining regions of Bavaria, Saxony, Austrasia, Gascony and Provence, as
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well as Northumbria, East Anglia, Wessex, Cordova and the continent of Africa.
Using an encyclopedia or the Internet (such as Wikipedia), look up the “Treaty of
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Verdun” and explain to your teacher its significance.
The Holy Roman Empire
6.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions of Denmark, England, Poland and France.
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Label the islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown on this map – North Sea, English Channel, Bay of
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Biscay and the Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas.

Label the Balearic Islands as well as the regions of Spain, Burgundy, Croatia and
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Hungary
Label the cities shown here.
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African Kingdoms
7.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the four cities shown here – Tripoli, Alexandria, Cairo and Sofala – as well as
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the island to the east of the continent of Africa - Madagascar.
From memory or earlier studies, label the Red Sea.
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Trace the area that was conquered by Islam and color that region along with the land
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to the east of the red sea one color.
Color the rest of your map in a different color.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the kingdoms of Africa – Egypt, Funj, Abyssinia, Ghana, Mali, Kangaba,
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Songhai, Kanem-Bornu, Benin and Monomotapa.
Label the Atlas Mountain range.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown – The Atlantic and Indian Oceans; the Nile, White
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Nile, Niger, Congo and Zambezi Rivers; Lakes Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi, plus
the Persian Gulf (not labeled) and the Cape of Good Hope.
Norman Conquests
8.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the kingdoms (or regions) of Scotland, England, Wales, Normandy, Maine and
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Brittany. Also, label Ireland which is not labeled on this map.
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Using the scale on your map, determine approximately how wide the kingdom of
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Wales is at its widest point.
Label the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel. Also, label the North Sea which is
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not labeled here.
Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of England.
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The Crusades
9.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Through which sea did the Crusaders journey to reach Israel? It is not labeled here,
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but you have seen it before. Refer to map #6 – The Holy Roman Empire – if necessary.
Label the routes with the names of the Crusade leaders.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label as many seas as you can. Can you find at least five (Black, Red, Aegean, Adriatic
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and Mediterranean)? Can you find two more (Tyrrhenian and North)?
Label all of the cities shown here.
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Mongol Empire
10.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these landmarks encountered by Marco Polo on his journey to and from China –
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Euphrates River, the Gobi Desert, Beijing, the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers, the Pacific
Ocean, the Arabian sea and the city Baghdad in Persia.
Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these rivers – Danube, Dnieper, Volga, Nile, Tigris, Indus and Ganges. Also
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label the Sea of Japan and the Bay of Bengal, as well as the Himalayan Mountains.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the islands of Japan, countries shown here, as well as the remaining bodies of
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water.
Label the route taken by Marco Polo along with dates.
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Medieval China
11.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
This is a close-up of the area visited by Marco Polo during the 13
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th century. Label the
three kingdoms shown here – Xixia, Jin and the Southern Song.
Label the Yellow and South China Seas.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the three rivers shown here – one you will have to research to find the name as
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it is not labeled on this map ☺.
Trace the canals built by the Chinese during this time period as well as the portions
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of the Great Wall that had been built.
City Centers of Medieval Europe
12.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions of Champagne and Flanders. Label also the countries of England,
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Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Label Paris, London, Lisbon and Rome.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the rest of the cities shown on this map.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these four major European rivers – Rhine, Elbe, Danube and Dnieper Rivers.
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Label also the Nile River in Africa.
Label at least 4 of the 8 seas shown here although not labeled – Mediterranean, Black,
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Red, Adriatic, Tyrrhenian, Aegean, North and/or Baltic. Consult an atlas, wall map or
globe. Alternately, you may do a google search for “map of Europe” and select images
for your results.
Japan
13.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the four main islands of Japan – Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu.
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Label the city of Tokyo.
Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities shown on the map.
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Label the bodies of water shown here – Korea Strait, Sea of Japan, East China Sea and
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the Pacific Ocean.

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14. th Century Europe
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as the Holy Roman Empire, Poland and Hungary.
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Label the regions of Scandinavia and the British Isles.
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Label the three seas and one ocean shown here – Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea and
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the Atlantic Ocean.
Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining regions shown on the map – Flanders, Normandy, Brittany,
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Aquitaine, Gascony, Toulouse, Burgundy, Arles, Franche-Compte and Upper and
Lower Lorraine.
Label the four countries within the British Isles, the Iberian Peninsula and the
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Kingdom of Sicily.
The Black Death
15.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color by number the areas affected by the Black Death. Choose one color and color
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all regions marked with the date 1347. Choose a different color for the regions
affected during 1348, etc.
Color-code your key.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Using an encyclopedia or Wikipedia online, research to find out the actual numbers
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(or percentages) of people who contracted the disease and how many died of the
disease. What was the mortality rate?
The Hundred Years’ War
16.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Of the battles shown here, which one occurred first? Which one was fought last?
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Label England, France and the Holy Roman Empire.
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Color the territory that was fought over by France and England.
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Color the surrounding regions.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Look up “Plantagenet” in Webster’s Dictionary. During which years in France and
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England’s history did this royal dynasty reign?
Label the sites of significant battles along with their dates.
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Renaissance Italy
17.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Kingdom of Naples, the Papal States and the Republics of Siena, Florence
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and Venice.
Notice that three regions on your map have the same name – Republic of Venice.
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Color all three of these areas the same color to show that they belong together.
Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the three major islands shown on this map.
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Label the remaining regions of Italy.
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18. Early Explorers
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace the routes taken by Prince Henry, Dias, Vasco de Gama and Columbus in four
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different colors.
Label the areas known as Florida, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Azores Islands.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these remaining regions on your map – Central America, Colombia, Venezuela,
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Brazil, Easter Island, Cape Horn, the Cape of Good Hope, Calcutta and Japan.
The Voyage of Christopher Columbus
19.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the cities of Lisbon in Portugal and Palos in Spain.
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Label these continents – North America, South America, Europe and Africa.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Draw in the route of Christopher Columbus’ first voyage in 1492. Using an
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encyclopedia or Google search, research the routes taken on his other three voyages.
Label San Salvador, Cuba, Hispaniola and the Canary Islands.
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Later Explorers
20.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace the routes taken by Magellan, Vespucci, Cabot, de Verrazano, Cartier and
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Drake in six different colors.
Label the areas known as Central America, Venezuela, Colombia and Brazil.
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Label the two Capes – Horn and Good Hope.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the Azores Islands, Florida, Cuba and Puerto Rico.
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Label the five continents shown on this map as well as the four oceans shown.
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Central and South America
21.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions occupied by the Incas and the Aztecs.
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Label the Andes Mountains and the Galapagos Islands
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Label the Equator.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining landforms on this map – the Yucatan Peninsula, the Guiana
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Highlands, Marajo, the Brazilian Highlands, and the Patagonian Desert.
Label the Falkland Islands and Tierra del Fuego.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water – the Amazon, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the Caribbean
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Sea, Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf of Darien.
Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Central and
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South America.

The Powerful Habsburgs
22.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany and
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France.
Color your map, making sure to color the two family land holdings – Spanish and
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Austrian - separate colors.
Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining areas of your map – Austria, Hungary, Naples, Tunis, N. Africa,
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Spain, Portugal, England and Ireland.
Label the bodies of water shown here.
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The Netherlands
23.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the cities of Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Frankfurt and Paris.
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Label the areas of Belgium, France and the Swiss Confederation.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities, plus all rivers and islands shown on this map.
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The Reformation
24.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these bodies of water – Atlantic Sea, North Sea, Baltic Sea and Mediterranean
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Sea.
Label the cities of Wittenberg, Amsterdam and Worms.
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Color your map using separate colors for Protestant and Catholic regions.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all areas shown on this map.
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The Expansion of Sweden
25.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas of Sweden and Denmark-Norway.
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Label the cities of Hamburg, Danzig, Konigsberg, Riga and Stockholm.
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Color your map according to the colors shown here.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all regions shown on your map – Lapland, Finland, Carella, Ingria, Estonia,
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Livonia, Courland, Lithuania, Russia, Prussia, Poland and Brandenburg.
The Expansion of Russia
26.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label with dates the expansions of Russia..
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Color then color-code your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the country south of eastern Russia (China).
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Label the two countries located on the peninsula northwest of Russia (Sweden and
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Norway).
The Spanish and Portuguese Empires
27.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the five continents shown on this map.
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Color the regions of the Spanish Empire in red.
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Color the regions of the Portuguese Empire in blue.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the line dividing South America (the Treaty of Tortesillas – this line was the
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agreed-upon separation between the colonies of the Spanish and Portuguese Empires
in the New World).
Label the rest of the map, including all countries and bodies of water shown here.
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World Map (with Grid)
28.
Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Using the grid located immediately after this map, draw a map of the world. (You
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might not want to tackle this whole project in one day, but spread it out over 2-3
days.)

–29. 32. Regional Maps (with Grid)
Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Using the grid located at the end of this book, draw maps of these regions – Europe,
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Italy, the British Isles and South America. (You might rather intersperse these
amongst the other lesson plans or you could do them all at the end of the unit – not on
the same day.)

Glossary of Terms Used
Atlas – a book containing a collection of maps.
Bay – a wide inlet of the sea.
Canal – a man-made waterway used for irrigation or traveling purposes.
Capital City – the city in which the ruling government is located.
Channel – a narrow stretch of water connecting two larger bodies of water.
Compass Rose – a directional symbol on a chart used for navigation.
Continent – one of the seven great land masses of the world – Europe, Asia, Africa, North
America, South America, Australia and Antarctica.
Empire – a kingdom which has been extended by military might to include countries
which were originally independent.
Globe – a spherical model of the earth or heavens.
Island – a piece of land, smaller than a continent, entirely surrounded by water.
Key – something to help you decipher a code.
Kilometer – a unit of distance measurement equaling 1,000 meters.
Mile – a unit of distance measurement equaling 1,760 yards.
Ocean – the large bodies of salt water which comprise the majority (over 2/3) of the
earth’s surface.
Peninsula – a finger of land surrounded by sea on three sides.
Route – a course of travel, especially between two distant points.
Sea – a body of water smaller than an ocean, partially or completely enclosed by land.
Scale – a line on a map with marks dividing it to show proportional distance.
Geographical Regions Covered
Africa
Russia
Australia
Austria
Congo River
Zambezi River
Normandy
Wales
Crete
Sicily
England
Italy
Greece
Denmark
Bay of Biscay
Black Sea
Iberian Peninsula
Portugal
Hungary
Albania
Mediterranean
Aegean Sea
France
Egypt
Newfoundland
Brittany
North Sea
Corsica
Norway
Ireland
Iceland
Greenland
Persia
Arabia
Caspian Sea
Wallachia
Sardinia
Madagascar
Red Sea
Persian Gulf
Scotland
Adriatic Sea
English Channel
Baltic Sea
Sweden
Estonia
Cyprus
Great Wall
Transylvania
Constantinople
Canary Islands
Spain
Yellow Sea
S. China Sea
Japan
India
Teacher or parent, you may choose to use these terms and geographical regions listed to put together an
end of the year quiz. However, if you follow the lesson plans throughout the year, you may not feel that
this is necessary.

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Arabian Desert
Patagonian
Desert
Indian Desert
Iranian Desert
Turkestan
Desert
Arabian
Sea
Bay of Bengal
Sea of
Okhotsk
Barent
Sea
Baltic
Sea
Bering
Sea
Black Sea
Caribbean
Sea
Caspian
Sea
E. China
Sea
Indian Ocean
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
North
Sea
Kara Sea
Tasman
Sea
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Gulf of Mexico
Hudson
Bay
Arctic Ocean
S. China
Sea
Coral Sea
Beaufort
Sea
Gulf of Alaska
Atacama Desert
Kalahari Desert
Takla Makan
Desert
Sonoran Desert
Great Basin
Death Valley
H
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a
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a
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C
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Pyren
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A
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Rockies
Sierra
U r a l
Appalachian
Mississippi
Danube
Rhine
Thames
Seine
Vistula
Vulga
Ural
Nile
Tigris
Euphrates
Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
Ganges
Ob
Laptev
Sea
Lena
Dnieper
Am
azo
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(Southern Ocean)
Teacher’s Answer Map
NOR
TH AMERICA
SOUTH
AMERICA
EUROPE
A
USTRALIA
AFRICA
ANTARCTICA
ASIA
Great Dividing Range
Sinai
Peninsula & Desert
Italian
Peninsula
Greek Peninsula
Anatolia
Crete
Sicily
Andes
St
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Constantinople
Carthage
KEY
Old Roman Empire in 114AD Extent of Byzantine Empire in 565 Extent of Byzantine Empire in 1360
Teacher’s Answer Map
Mediterranean Sea
Black Sea
Athens
Rome
Jerusalem
Antioch
The Bosporus
D
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R.
Kiev
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Byzantine Empire
565AD
EGYPT
FRANCE
SPAIN
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Old Roman Empire in 114AD Extent of Byzantine Empire in 565 Extent of Byzantine Empire in 1360
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565AD
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FRANCE
INDIA
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1000 Miles
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Black Sea
Islamic Empire
c. 750
T
angier
T
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PERSIA
SYRIA
ARABIA
SPAIN
Mediterranean Sea
Red Sea
Medina
Baghdad
Mecca
Jerusalem
Arabian Sea
KEY
Islamic Empire 632 Islamic Empire 634 Islamic Empire 750 Muslim Domination 1998
AFRICA
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Black Sea
Islamic Empire
c. 750
Student Map
KEY
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SWEDEN
GREENLAND
ICELAND
ENGLAND
IRELAND
DENMARK
NORWAY
RUSSIA
T
he Islamic
Empire
NEWFOUNDLAND
(Viking name: Vinland)
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KEY
V
iking T
rading Center
V
iking T
rade Route
Major V
iking Raid Route
V
iking Exploration
Bulgar
Kiev
T
imerevo
Itil
Cherson
Staraia
Grobin
Birka
Hedeby
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MAGYARS
Great Hungarian
Plain

0
500 Miles
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Student Map
V
iking Expansion
750 - 1000
KEY
V
iking T
rading Center
V
iking T
rade Route
Major V
iking Raid Route
V
iking Exploration
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LOMBARD
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BAV
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BURGUND
Y
G
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NY
BRIT
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A
USTRASIA
SAX
O
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EMIRA
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CORDO
V
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The Empire of Charlemagne
c. 800
WESSEX
Northumbria
Teacher’s A
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T
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East Anglia
AFRICA
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The Empire of Charlemagne
c. 800
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The Holy
Roman Empire
950 - 1300
Venice
Prague
Cologne
FRANCE
BURGUNDY
SPAIN
CROATIA
HUNGARY
POLAND
North Sea
AFRICA
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Mediterranean
Sea
Bale
aric
Islands
ENGLAND
DENMARK
Rome
Sicily
Sardinia
Corsica
English Channel
Adriatic Sea
Bay of
Biscay
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The Holy
Roman Empire
950 - 1300
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Nile
White Nile
Congo
Niger
Zambezi
0
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1700 Km
Lake
Victoria
Cape of Good Hope
Lake
Tanganyika
Lake
Malawi
Teacher’s Answer Map
African Kingdoms
1000 - 1400
I s l a m i c E m p i r e
Sofala
Cairo
Alexandria
Tripoli
GHANA
SONGHAI
KANEM-BORNU
KANGABA
MALI
BENIN
MONOMOTAPA
EGYPT
ABYSSINIA
FUNJ
Indian
Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
MADAGASCAR
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1000 Miles
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1700 Km
African Kingdoms
1000 - 1400
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York
Hastings
SCOTLAND
ENGLAND
WALES
NORMANDY
BRITTANY
MAINE
Atlantic Ocean
Site of Significant Battle
Possession or
Dependency of William I
KEY
En gl
i s
h C
h
a
n n
e l
Norman Conquests
1066 - 1087
0
90 Miles
0
150 Km
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Site of Significant Battle
Possession or
Dependency of William I
KEY
0
90 Miles
0
150 Km
Student Map
Norman Conquests
1066 - 1087
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The 1st, 3rd & 4th Crusades
1095 - 1204
0
500 Miles
0
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Genoa
Pisa
Rome
Constantinople
Jerusalem
Antioch
KEY
The 1st Crusade 1095-1099 The 3rd Crusade 1189-1192 The 4th Crusade 1202-1204
V
enice
F
red
erick I
Marseille
R
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ard
I
Philip A
ugustus
AcreDamascus
L
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Clermont
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The 1st Crusade 1095-1099 The 3rd Crusade 1189-1192 The 4th Crusade 1202-1204
The 1st, 3rd & 4th Crusades
1095 - 1204
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Mongol Empire
1200 - 1279
Nile R.
Pacific Ocean
Red Sea
RUSSIA
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Bay of Bengal
Arabian
Sea
Black Sea
Mediterranean
Sea
Caspian
Sea
Aral Sea
North Pacific Ocean
G o b i D e s e r t
H i
m
a
l
a
y
a
s
Tigris
Euphrates
Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
Ganges
Volga
Dnieper
E. China Sea
SONG EMPIRE
Added 1279
CHINA
PERSIA
INDIA
BURMA
THAILAND
Danube R.
Hokkaido
Honshu
Shikoku
Kyushu
Sea of Japan
Korea Strait
Constantinople
T
okyo
Nagasaki
Hiroshima
Osaka
Beijing
Baghdad
V
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0
800 Miles
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1600 Km
The Travels of M
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9
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Red Sea
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Mongol Empire
1200 - 1279
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800 Miles
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1600 Km
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Yellow
Sea
South
China Sea
Y
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600 Km
KINGDOM OF THE
SOUTHERN SONG
KINGDOM
OF JIN
KINGDOM
OF XIXIA
Medieval China
c. 1200
KEY
Great Wall
Canals
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400 Miles
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600 Km
Medieval China
c. 1200
KEY
Great Wall
Canals
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AFRICA
Dan u be R.
R
hine R.
London
Rome
Novgorod
Dnieper R.
Elbe R.
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
WALES
IRELAND
Toulouse
Barcelona
City Centers
of Medieval Europe
Sicily
Hamburg
Venice
Genoa
Danzig
Champagn
e
Flanders
Paris
Alexandria
Brugge
Ghent
Ypres
Marseille
Lyon
Vienna
Prague
Ragusa
Bremen
Cologne
Brunswick
Riga
Gdansk
Lubeck
Falsterbo
Visby
Reval
Naples
Cadiz
Toledo
Lisbon
Tunis
Constantinople
Antioch
Acre
Trebizond
Aleppo
Edessa
N
ile R
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Florence
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City Centers
of Medieval Europe

Hiroshima
Osaka
Tokyo
Nagasaki
0
800 Miles
0
1,200 Km
JAPAN
Nagoya
Pacific
Ocean
Sea of
Japan
HONSHU
KYUSHU
SHIKOKU
HOKKAIDO
Teacher’s Answer Map
East China
Sea
Korea Strait
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JAPAN
Student Map
0
800 Miles
0
1,200 Km
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500 Miles
0
800 Km
Europe in the
12th Century
Kingdom of
Sicily
Brittany
Flanders
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
WALES
IRELAND
Normandy
Aquitaine
Gascony
Toulouse
Burgundy
Lower
Lorraine
Upper
Lorraine
POLAND
HUNGARY
HOLY
ROMAN
EMPIRE
Franche-
Compté
K. of Arles
French Royal
Demesne
Barcelona
British Isles
Iberian Peninsula
Mediterranean Sea
Black Sea
Atlantic
Ocean
North
Sea
S ca n di na v ia
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Europe in the
12th Century
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The Spread of the
Black Death by
1347
1350
1348
1351
1349
1352
Insufficient Info Area unaffected by Black Death
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c. 1350
1350
1349
1350
1349
1348
1349
1349
1348
1347
1347
1347
1347
1347
1348
1348
1351
1352
1348
1350
1349
1348
1349
1348
1348
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1349
1350
1349
1348
1349
1349
1348
1347
1347
1347
1347
1347
1348
1348
1351
1352
1348
1350
1349
1348
1349
1348
1348
The Spread of the
Black Death by
(color by number)
1347
1350
1348
1351
1349
1352
Insufficient Info Area unaffected by Black Death
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c. 1350
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KEY
Plantagenet Territory
being fought over by
France and England
Major Battle with
date
E N G L A N D
F R A N C E
BRITTANY
NORMANDY
CHAMPAGNE
PONTHIEU
BURGUNDY
POITOU
GASCONY
HOLY
ROMAN
EMPIRE
Castillon
1453
Poitiers
1356
Cravant
1423
Vernieul
1424
Formigny
1450
Crecy
1346
Sluys
1340
The Hundred
Years’ War
1337 - 1453
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KEY
Plantagenet Territory
being fought over by
France and England
Major Battle with
date
The Hundred
Years’ War
1337 - 1453
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Renaissance Italy
c. 1500
Kingdom
of
Naples
Kingdom
of
Sicily
Papal
States
Republic
of Siena
Republic of
Florence
Republic of
Venice
Duchy of
Savoy
Duchy of
Milan
Republic of
Venice
Republic of
Venice
Ferrara
Modena
Mantua
Republic of Genoa
Corsica
Sardinia
Africa
Teacher’s Answer Map
Montferrat
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Renaissance Italy
c. 1500
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Prince Henry the Navigator 1419 Bartolomeu Dias 1488-1500 V
asco de Gama 1497
Christopher Columbus 1492-1504
Easter I.
The Azores
Calcutta
Florida
Central
America
Teacher’s A
nsw
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Early Explorers
1419 - 1504
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Cape Horn
Cape of Good Hope
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Greenland
Puerto Rico
Japan
V
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Prince Henry the Navigator 1419 Bartolomeu Dias 1488-1500 V
asco de Gama 1497
Christopher Columbus 1492-1504
Early Explorers
1419 - 1504
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EUROPE
AFRIC
A
CUBA
NORTH
AMERICA
SOUTH
AMERICA
San Salvador
(W
atling)
Hispañola
EUROPE
AFRICA
The Voyage of
Christopher Columbus
1492
Teacher’s Answer Map
Canary Is.
Palos, Spain
Lisbon, Portugal
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AFRIC
A
Student Map
The Voyage of
Christopher Columbus
1492
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The Azores
Calcutta
Florida
Central
America
Teacher’s A
nsw
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Cape Horn
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Greenland
Puerto Rico
Japan
V
enezuela
KEY
Ferdinand Magellan 1519 Amerigo V
espucci 1507
John Cabot 1498 Giovanni de V
errazano 1524
Jacques Cartier 1534-1541 Sir Francis Drake 1577 - 1580
Later Explorers
1498 - 1580
Teacher’s A
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Cape of Good Hope
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KEY
Ferdinand Magellan 1519 Amerigo V
espucci 1507
John Cabot 1498 Giovanni de V
errazano 1524
Jacques Cartier 1534-1541 Sir Francis Drake 1577 - 1580
Later Explorers
1498 - 1580
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Am azon
EQUATOR
Central and South
America
c. 1531
Yucatan
Peninsula
Gulf of
Mexico
Caribbean
Sea
Andes
Brazilian
Highlands
Gulf of
Darien
Pat
a
g
on
ian
D
esert
Guiana Highlands
Tierra del Fuego
Marajo
Galapagos
Islands
Falkland
Islands
Atlantic
Ocean
Pacific
Ocean
KEY
Aztec Empire
Inca Empire
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Aztec Empire
Inca Empire
Student Map
Central and South
America
c. 1531
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TUNIS
Mediterranean Sea
The Powerful Habsburgs
c. 1560
NORWAY
SWEDEN
KEY
Spanish Habsburg Lands
Austrian Habsburg Lands
DENMARK
FRANCE
GERMANY
AUSTRIA
HUNGARY
NAPLES
NETHERLANDS
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IRELAND
SPAIN
N. AFRICA
PORTUGAL
North Sea
Atlantic Ocean
Baltic Sea
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KEY
Spanish Habsburg Lands
Austrian Habsburg Lands
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The Powerful Habsburgs
c. 1560
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Seine
R
hine
The Netherlands
c. 1550 - 1672
KEY
17 provinces of the
Netherlands c. 1550
Seven United Provinces
c. 1648
Dutch Republic 1672
North Sea
HOLY
ROMAN
EMPIRE
SWISS
CONFEDERATION
LUXEMBOURG
FRANCE
Amsterdam
Antwerp
Brussels
Frankfurt
Paris
BELGIUM
East Frisian Islands
Utrecht
Rotterdam
Leiden
The Hague
Haarlem
Lek
Waal
Ijessel
Vecht
Teacher’s Answer Map
W
est Frisian Islands
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KEY
17 provinces of the
Netherlands c. 1550
Seven United Provinces
c. 1648
Dutch Republic 1672
The Netherlands
c. 1550 - 1672
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Protestant
with date
Catholic Both
Ottoman Empire (Muslim)
Ottoman Empire
(Muslim)
North
Sea
Atlantic
Ocean
W
ittenberg
The Reformation
c. 1600
Amsterdam
W
orms
FRANCE
SPAIN
ITALY
A
USTRIA
HUNG
ARY
PRUSSIA
1530
SWEDEN
1527
NORW
AY
1539
ENGLAND
1559
SCOTLAND
1560
H
OLY
R
OMAN
EMPIR
E
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KEY
Protestant
with date
Catholic Both
Ottoman Empire
(Muslim)
Student Map
The Reformation
c. 1600
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The Expansion of Sweden
c. 1660
S W
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D E
N
D
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M
A
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K
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N
O
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W
A
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BRANDENBURG
LITHUANIA
POLAND
PRUSSIA
LIVONIA
ESTONIA
INGRIA
RUSSIA
CARELLA
FINLAND
LAPLAND
COURLAND
Stockholm
Hamburg
Danzig
Kőnigsberg
Riga
KEY
Sweden 1560
Swedish Acquisi-
tions 1560 -1660
Denmark-Norway
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The Expansion of Sweden
c. 1660
KEY
Sweden 1560
Swedish Acquisi-
tions 1560 -1660
Denmark-Norway
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1619 - 1800
1582 - 1618
1801 - 1855
1463 - 1581
1801 - 1855
1462
KEY
(Color Code)
Russia - 1462 Expansion - 1463 - 1581 Expansion - 1582 - 1618 Expansion - 1619 - 1800 Expansion - 1801 - 1855
The Expansion of Russia
1462 - 1855
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Student Map
0
1000 Miles
0
1500 Km
KEY
(Color Code)
Russia - 1462 Expansion - 1463 - 1581 Expansion - 1582 - 1618 Expansion - 1619 - 1800 Expansion - 1801 - 1855
The Expansion of Russia
1462 - 1855
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erri Johnson
KEY
Portuguese Empire Spanish Empire Line of Demarcation - T
reaty of T
ortesillas 1494
Teacher’s A
nsw
er M
ap
The Spanish and Portuguese Empires
c. 1580
Line of Demarcation - Treaty of Tortesillas 1494
Central America
NOR
TH
AMERICA
SOUTH
AMERICA
EUROPE
AFRICA
ASIA
Madagascar
Philippines
Indonesia
India
Spain
Portugal
Florida
Mexico
A
USTRALIA
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Cape of Good Hope
Indian Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Arctic Ocean
Arctic Ocean

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KEY
Portuguese Empire Spanish Empire Line of Demarcation - T
reaty of T
ortesillas 1494
The Spanish and Portuguese Empires
c. 1580
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Desert
Great Victoria
Desert
G o b i D e s e r t
S a h a r a D e s e r t
Arabian Desert
Patagonian
Desert
Indian Desert
Iranian Desert
Turkestan
Desert
Arabian
Sea
Bay of Bengal
Sea of
Okhotsk
Barent
Sea
Baltic
Sea
Bering
Sea
Black Sea
Caribbean
Sea
Caspian
Sea
E. China
Sea
Indian Ocean
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
North
Sea
Kara Sea
Tasman
Sea
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Gulf of Mexico
Hudson
Bay
Arctic Ocean
S. China
Sea
Coral Sea
Beaufort
Sea
Gulf of Alaska
Atacama Desert
Kalahari Desert
Takla Makan
Desert
Sonoran Desert
Great Basin
Death Valley
H
i m
a
l
a
y
a
s
C
au
casu
s
Pyren
ees
A
lp
s
Rockies
Sierra
U r a l
Appalachian
Mississippi
Danube
Rhine
Thames
Seine
Vistula
Vulga
Ural
Nile
Tigris
Euphrates
Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
Ganges
Ob
Laptev
Sea
Lena
Dnieper
Am
azo
n
(Southern Ocean)
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NOR
TH AMERICA
SOUTH
AMERICA
EUROPE
A
USTRALIA
AFRICA
ANTARCTICA
ASIA
Great Dividing Range
Sinai
Peninsula & Desert
Italian
Peninsula
Greek Peninsula
Anatolia
Crete
Sicily
Andes
St
. L
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ren
ce
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erri Johnson

0
500 Miles
0
800 Km
AFRICA
Dan u be R.
R
hine R.
London
Rome
Novgorod
Dnieper R.
Elbe R.
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
WALES
IRELAND
Toulouse
Barcelona
City Centers
of Medieval Europe
Sicily
Hamburg
Venice
Genoa
Danzig
Champagn
e
Flanders
Paris
Alexandria
Brugge
Ghent
Ypres
Marseille
Lyon
Vienna
Prague
Ragusa
Bremen
Cologne
Brunswick
Riga
Gdansk
Lubeck
Falsterbo
Visby
Reval
Naples
Cadiz
Toledo
Lisbon
Tunis
Constantinople
Antioch
Acre
Trebizond
Aleppo
Edessa
N
ile R
.
Florence
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0
100 Miles
0
100 Km
Renaissance Italy
c. 1500
Kingdom
of
Naples
Kingdom
of
Sicily
Papal
States
Republic
of Siena
Republic of
Florence
Republic of
Venice
Duchy of
Savoy
Duchy of
Milan
Republic of
Venice
Republic of
Venice
Ferrara
Modena
Mantua
Republic of Genoa
Corsica
Sardinia
Africa
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Montferrat

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Britain
During the Middle Ages
Irish
Sea
Aberdeen
Dundee
London
Glasgow
Edinburgh
Newcastle on Tyne
Liverpool
WALES
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
Bath
Bristol
Cardiff
Birmingham
Nottingham
Sheffield
Bradford
North
Sea
English Channel
0
200 Miles
0
300 Km
Londonderry
Donegal
Belfast
Dublin
Waterford
Limerick
Kilarney
Shannon R.
Atlantic
Ocean
IRELAND
Cambridge
Canterbury
Dover
Portsmouth
Southampton
Plymouth
Oxford
Stratford Upon Avon
Manchester
Thames
Outer
Hebrides
Inner
Hebrides
Shetland
Islands
Orkney
Islands
Cork
P
en
n
in
e
C
h
a
in
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Am azon
EQUATOR
Central and South
America
c. 1531
Yucatan
Peninsula
Gulf of
Mexico
Caribbean
Sea
Andes
Brazilian
Highlands
Gulf of
Darien
Pat
a
g
on
ian
D
esert
Guiana Highlands
Tierra del Fuego
Marajo
Galapagos
Islands
Falkland
Islands
Atlantic
Ocean
Pacific
Ocean
KEY
Aztec Empire
Inca Empire
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