Post old maps
The less accurate the better
I find the wonky ones more interesting, gives insight into how the landscape was based on personal perception in lieu of accurate charting
But all are interesting
I like them but it's sometimes nearly impossible to get your bearings on some of the old ones.
This map, for example.
What the fuck is wrong with Yugoslavia? France, Greece, the Soviet Union and the Benelux should not look like that either.
Yep, that's really inaccurate.
just realised most of them are above the 4mb limit
Religion in Austria - Hungary (1881)
>You will never settle America
an entire continent unspoiled.. just imagine. fug
The Matthew Paris map of Scotland c1250.
The point where the rivers (the Forth and Clyde) is Stirling Bridge. Interestingly, "Scotia" only refers to the area north of the bridge.
And, even better, Scotland according to the works of Ptolemy.