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English: This image is a zoomed-in version of Eastern Hemisphere in 500 AD.

thumb|300px|left|Eastern Hemisphere in 500 AD.

Author: Thomas A. Lessman. Source URL: Image was created by me (Thomas Lessman) based on map of Eastern Hemisphere in 500AD. Image is free for public and/or educational use. I would appreciate a mention if this image is used elsewhere. If anyone is interested in helping further this work, please contact Thomas Lessman at

Other Historical Maps by Thomas Lessman

1. en: 500 BC. 2. en: 323 BC. 3. en: 200 BC. 4.

en: 100 BC. 5. en: 050 BC. 6. en: 001 AD. 7. en: 050 AD. 8. en: 100 AD. 9. en: 200 AD. 10. en: 300 AD. 11. en: 400 AD. 12. en: 475 AD. 13. en: 476 AD. 14. en: 477 AD. 15. en: 500 AD. 16. en: 565 AD. 17. en: 600 AD. 18. en: 700 AD. 19. en: 800 AD. 20. en: 900 AD. 21. en: 1025 AD. 22. en: 1100 AD. 23. en: 1200 AD.
Date 2007-12-23 (original upload date)
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