Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tomislav Addai, Jul 13, 2019.
My take on 1701
What major differences are there between 1815 and 1701? Also:
- We need more contributors,
- and making the cultural map requires knowledge of 300 ethnic groups in India, 700 in New Guinea, 900 in Australia, and 1500 in Sub-Saharan Africa. That’s quite a lot!
Differences in esp. Angola, USA, Haiti, Oceania, Ruthenia
No need of that level of detail. We map only plurality ethnic groups (out of which PNG has no more than 20 provinces). Therefore, many of them will be out of the map
Are options for the late 50s and early 60s considered? Such a map would be useful to me.
People are free to create maps for any year they wish, without restriction. So far I am working on 1915 languages and religion maps
Finished work on Brazil
Understanding correctly, Portuguese Brazilian has been divided into an Amazonia, a Maťo Grosso, a Northeast, a Central and a Southern culture?
Also India, Japan, and Indochina.
Yes. Moreover, I am unable to work on West Africa (Africa above Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, DR Congo, Uganda, and Kenya), since I was unable to properly define the numerous ethnic groups in that region. Could you work on West Africa, while I continue work on the rest of the world?
The area defined by the black line is what I want you to work on. Thanks.
Alright I shall take a look at the the Africa North of the Equator
So here we have all of West Africa that was not colonized by the French.
So this is Africa...South Sudan had like no secondary colours so all of it are just clones of the original South Sudan colour
Wow that's actually way more ethnic groups than I thought! Also, you forgot about Macaronesia, and Western Sahara is sort of its own ethnic group.
Yes those islands will be done... one day
My base was Muturzikin, almost all of Western Sahara spoke Hassaniya Arabic, the northern part was half Moroccan Arabic half Algerian Saharan. I guessed that the folks over living by the sea are gonna be more numerous..
I'd prefer ethnologue... Also it's quite hard compiling so much data.
P.S. 1815 and 1701 linguistic maps?
I would like to finish the 1915 languages first, but I lack the colour coding for North American language families
1815 Religion map. Ultimate version
I suggest you use THICC.
Separate names with a comma.