Map Center » Egypt | Map Center /map_center Find the perfect map! Mon, 28 Apr 2014 18:29:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6.1 African Exploitation /map_center/african-exploitation/ /map_center/african-exploitation/#comments Tue, 19 Nov 2013 19:44:29 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=428 MapCenter-AfricanExploitation-2sm

The Atlantic slave trade took place across the Atlantic Ocean from the 16th through to the 19th centuries. The vast majority of slaves transported to the New World were Africans from the central and western parts of the continent, sold by Africans to European slave traders who then transported them by ship to North and South America.

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African Kingdoms /map_center/african-kingdoms/ /map_center/african-kingdoms/#comments Wed, 13 Nov 2013 18:47:29 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=285 MapCenter-AfricanKingdoms-2sm

During the medieval period, many kingdoms rose and fell on the African continent. While the Islamic Empire reigned supreme on the northern coast, powerful tribal kingdoms such as Songhai, Kanem-Bornu, Benin and Monomotapa ruled large areas of land and hundreds of tribes further south.

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The Roman Empire /map_center/the-roman-empire/ /map_center/the-roman-empire/#comments Wed, 06 Nov 2013 00:55:28 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=172 RomanEmpire-MC-medium

While the republic of Rome began in the 8th century BC, it reached its zenith nearly one thousand years later in the year 114 AD. This large empire spanned from Britain in the north to Egypt in the south, Spain in the west to Israel in the east.

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Alexander the Great /map_center/alexander-the-great/ /map_center/alexander-the-great/#comments Tue, 05 Nov 2013 23:46:27 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=160 Alexander-MC-medium

After the death of his father, Alexander became the ruler of Macedonia. Not content to reign a small country, Alexander went on to conquer country after country until he ruled over the whole known world. At that time, the whole known world spread from Macedonia in the north to Egypt in the south, Greece in the west to India in the east.

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The Exodus from Egypt /map_center/the-exodus-from-egypt/ /map_center/the-exodus-from-egypt/#comments Wed, 30 Oct 2013 18:10:50 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=85 Exodus-MC-medium

Both the date of the Exodus and the route taken by the Israelites are considered by scholars to be uncertain. The date is believed to be somewhere between 1450 and 1200. Some scholars believe that they traveled further south than shown here to the tip of the Red Sea as we know it today and then doubled back up north. Others believe that they crossed the Bitter Lakes (shown here), which was considered at that time part of the “Sea of Reeds” or “Red Sea”. Still others believe that they crossed the right ear of the Red Sea, which places Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia.

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Ancient Africa /map_center/ancient-africa/ /map_center/ancient-africa/#comments Tue, 29 Oct 2013 23:11:47 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=73 AncientAfrica-MC-medium

Many ancient civilizations sprang out of Africa, shaping western culture as we know it today, including several Bantu people groups and tribes from Sudan, Kush, Nubia and Egypt, of course.

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Called Out of Ur /map_center/called-out-of-ur/ /map_center/called-out-of-ur/#comments Mon, 28 Oct 2013 22:40:49 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=69 Ur-MC-medium

Abraham’s home town of Ur was first inhabited around 4200-4500 BC.  Once a coastal city near the mouth of the ancient Euphrates River on the Persian Gulf, Ur is now well inland, south of the Euphrates on its right bank, about 10 miles from Nasiriyah, Iraq. Ur was a city-state of Sumer.

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