Map of New France, 1612 CE
Map of New France 1612 CE by Samuel de Champlain (1567?-1635 CE). National Library of France.
Map of Etruscan and Greek influence in Italy
This map shows the greatest extent of Etruscan influence in Italy, during the seventh to fifth centuries BC, including the Campania region to the south.
Replica of the Mayflower which transported pilgrims from England to America in 1620 CE. Built in 1955-56 CE.
Map of New France, 1750 CE
A map of New France c. 1750 CE within the context of European colonies in North America.
Tophet of Carthage
A section of the cemetery of ancient Carthage (modern Tunisia). Used between c. 400 and 200 BCE, the grave stelae on the site were usually set up above an urn of cremated remains of the deceased.
Diagram of the Brooks Slave Ship
A diagram of the Brooks (or Brookes), a British slave ship launched in 1781 CE. This ship carried enslaved African people on a brutal journey across the Atlantic during the 18th Century CE. Diagram created in 1787 CE, depicting the inhumane...
A stained glass window depicting William Penn (1644–1718 CE), the founder of the Province of Pennsylvania. Made by J. and R. Lamb Studio c. 1905 CE.
English & French Colonies in North America, 1758 CE
Map of English and French colonies in North America c. 1758 CE. English-controlled colonies are shown in yellow, French colonies in green, and disputed territories in red. Collection of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Portuguese Nobles in India
A c. 1540 illustration of Portuguese nobles in India. The Portuguese had many coastal colonies in India, part of the Estado da India. From the Códice Casanatense (Biblioteca Casanatense, Rome)
Voyage of Hanno the Carthaginian Explorer
A map indicating the possible route of Hanno, a Carthaginian who led a colonising and exploration expedition down the Atlantic coast of Africa in the 6th or 5th century BCE. Some scholars suggest he reached modern Sierra Leone, others that...