Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tomislav Addai, Jul 13, 2019.
I don't think North Karelia is that orthodox.
Should I colour all of Finland Lutheran then?
Yes. There is not a single municipality in Finland with Orthodox majority. The highest numbers are 10-25% in small parts of North Karelia and Savonia.
Starting work on the Linguistic and Cultural maps.
Sounds good.You found my Friday post with the current status, didn't you?
Yes I did.
Northern Hemisphere was over 500 KB.
The files could not be displayed. Would you consider splitting the map not only along the equator, but also by the prime meridian, giving four images?
Actually I didn't think of that. Also how will we get the all the maps together?
This looks epic. Going to threadmark your post and throw it also at the beginning
Corrected, the map on the front page and in the threadmark updated
My take on Canada, sourced here:
http://neptis.geog.utoronto.ca/webs...iety/UNIT_37/images/U37_adherence_preview.gif and http://neptis.geog.utoronto.ca/webs...IT_37/images/Religious_adherence_pies_map.gif
Religions in 1815, unfinished
So there will be religious maps for every century?
Like the important dates, taking inspiration from those in the Historical Q-BAM thread.
1815 (Vienna Congress) appears to have been one of the important dates.
Another one could be for 1701 (something happened back then) and of course 1648 (Peace of Westphalia). Ideally, other thematic maps are also welcome to be made
Commenced work on 1915 Linguistic map. Visible changes in Central Europe (German Ostsiedlung), Middle East (Armenians, Assyrians, Palestinians), Russia (more Siberian natives) and South Africa (Boers, plus Pied-noirs in Algeria.
Important dates could be:
1517 (Protestant Reformation)
1453 (Fall of Constantinople)
1338 (Start of Hundred Years War)
1279 (Height of the Mongols)
1147 (Second Crusade)
1066 (Norman conquest of England)
962 (Coronation of Otto I)
800 (Coronation of Charlemagne)
732 (Battle of Tours)
622 (Birth of Islam)
565 (Height of the Byzantines)
476 (Fall of the Romans)
313 (Edict of Milan)
220 (Fall of the Han Dynasty)
117 (Height of the Romans)
0 (Birth of Christ)
221 BC (Unification of China)
323 BC (Height of the Macedonians)
490 BC (Battle of Marathon)
753 BC (Founding of Rome)
1050 BC (Unification of Israel)
1445 BC (Moses crosses the Red Sea)
1792 BC (Hammurabi's reign of Babylonia)
2055 BC (Middle Kingdom of Egypt)
2686 BC (Old Kingdom of Egypt)
3100 BC (Unification of Egypt)
@Tomislav Addai at the beginning, the northern half of the 2019 religions map is missing. Would you mind fixing this issue?
More on 1815 Religion:
Separate names with a comma.