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I have deleted the maps of the Ottoman and other Turkish Empires, as they were probably posted to provoke.

Thanks very much for the excellent Greek/Turkish co-operation on this, I hope we can continue in this spirit.

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Kac yasindasiniz siz boyle sacma sapan hareket ediyorsunuz? Biraz saygili olun, adamlarin threadini birakin gidin! Atilla ve Alpertunga ikinizide modlara yolluyorum  biraz buyuyup beyniniz calismaya basliyinca tekrar gelirsiniz!

Guys, I'm reporting these two worthless hoodlums to the mods, please continue posting maps and infos to your thread.


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@Attila..
 
History neednt flame wars.. and its their historical maps..
 
And change ur avatar..
 
Dont u know what Ataturk said about flags?
 
 
 

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Map of 1708. Unfortunely I don't have any further informations. Show the Cental and Northern Greece.
 
 
 


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  Quote akritas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20-May-2006 at 15:00
Originally posted by The Chargemaster

Today i found this: http://www2.ocn.ne.jp/~greekart/site/map/asiamin.html

Nice historical map Chargemaster. Include the ancient names not only the Greek ones but also the Phrygians,Carians e.t.c.
But historicaly contain and non-Greek regions


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Maceoniae et Thessaliae Regiones

Striking and decorative map regional map of a part of Greece, with a large cartouche. Nice dark impression. From Cluverius' Introductio in Universam Geographiam (first issued in 1629) and re-issued many times over the next 100 years, with maps being incorporated by various publishers beginning in the late 17th Century



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Antient Greece and the Adjacent Countries throw  the History of Philip King of Macedon ,London, 1750 ,Emanuel Bowen

Interesting map of Greece, Turkey and part of Asia Minor, with a decorative title cartouche. . Many islands, mountains, towns, and other place names.

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I HATE IT MOST WHEN SOMEONE ASSOCIATES MY COUNTRY WITH MUSLIMS/ISLAM.

Whether you like it or not Muslims are part of this country.

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"Greece the Archipelago with part of Anadoli." From A New and Elegant General Atlas. (London, 1810). This map of Greece is a fine example, exhibiting excellent detail of Greece and the western part of Anatolia. Rivers and mountains are well illustrated and settlements are noted throughout. This map presents an excellent snapshot of the situation of Greece at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

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