Petermann's Geographische Mitteilungen Petermann's European Geography of Alphabets
The history of Georgian can conventionally be divided into: Early Old Georgian: 5th–8th centuries Classical Old Georgian: 9th–11th centuries Middle Georgian: 11th/12th–17th/18th centuries Modern Georgian: 17th/18th century – present. Georgian is a Kartvelian language spoken by Georgians. It is the official language of Georgia, a country in the Caucasus. Georgian is written in its own unique writing system, the Georgian script.
Nerve cells Textura del sistema nervioso del hombre y de los vertebrados, (Madrid, 1897-1904) Author: RAMÓN Y CAJAL, Santiago (1852-1934). Large_ramon_y_cajal_1895_spinalcord_chicken
Map of Europe in Year 900 (libby's note: doesn't look half bad)
German map of Zanzibar and German East Africa (Tanzania) c. 1890, with Mount Kilimanjaro #zanzibar #map #tanzania
Map of Ancient Thrace made by Abraham Ortelius in 1585 www.mymisticalemona.com
Château de Caen, Normandie, 1754 par Dutrou de Villetang. - Imgur
This is a map showing different dialects of English in England. This really is a useful tool for the other maps that I have to show that just because there are different dialects doesn't mean that the people wont be able to understand each other.