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    Posted: 22-Jul-2013 at 18:33
An excellent research tool.

http://chronoatlas.com/

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  Quote Ollios Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Jul-2013 at 01:43
Originally posted by Centrix Vigilis

An excellent research tool.

http://chronoatlas.com/

well done, really nice source
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Looks very promising but I think they still need to work on it. I went to 1 AD and it keeps claiming that all of Syria + Lebanon + Palestine + Samaria belonged to the Nabataean Kingdom when we know well that it belonged to the Romans.


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  Quote TheAlaniDragonRising Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Jul-2013 at 11:17
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Looks very promising but I think they still need to work on it. I went to 1 AD and it keeps claiming that all of Syria + Lebanon + Palestine + Samaria belonged to the Nabataean Kingdom when we know well that it belonged to the Romans.


It could be that you are both right, even though they might be a little light on information. As far as I know the Nabataean Kingdom became subjects of Rome.
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Sometimes, Greek words sound really weird when used in English.... Chrono+Atlas?  A timeline on a world map! LOL
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  Quote Mountain Man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Jul-2013 at 17:58
According to the home page, the information comes from a handful of contributors, but no accreditation is listed for them.

I would be wary of accepting everything at face value; however, it is a useful tool on a brad scale despite being a bit misleading in the case of the Romans and so forth.

I still prefer to research a specific event or period rather than use such a broad canavs of events - I think it lessens the errors that inevitably creep in.

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  Quote Baal Melqart Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-Jul-2013 at 11:51
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Originally posted by Baal Melqart


Looks very promising but I think they still need to work on it. I went to 1 AD and it keeps claiming that all of Syria + Lebanon + Palestine + Samaria belonged to the Nabataean Kingdom when we know well that it belonged to the Romans.


It could be that you are both right, even though they might be a little light on information. As far as I know the Nabataean Kingdom became subjects of Rome.


I am well aware of that but the Nabataean Kingdom never ever included all of Palestine, especially not back in those days. When the Romans conquered Palestine they annexed it from the Seleucids, not the Nabataeans.



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