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The Picts were a group of Late Iron Age and Early Mediaeval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland.

Warriors: Pictish The Picts were a group of Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland.

L'Europe vue par France, carte satirique de Yanko Tsvetkov, extraite du livre L'Atlas des préjugés

Europe According to France from the Atlas of Prejudice book by Yanko Tsvetkov presenting the Mapping Stereotypes project.

Interactive UK Map of geologic time eras of exposed base rock (Thanks @marshahopkins2)

Interactive UK Map of geologic time eras of exposed base rock (Thanks

France in 1180

Map of France 1180 (France is in blue). Fascinating how France pulled together into a single cohesive country when it started off from such a divided beginning.

Europe according to Turkey.

Europe According to Turkey 2010 31 Maps Mocking National Stereotypes Around the World

Britain c. 802 was divided among competing groups, with most of England controlled by the Germanic Angles, Saxons & Jutes  and Scotland divided between the Picts (the kingdom of Fortriu) & the Gaels (the kingdom of Dalriada) from Ireland who together combined to form the basis of the Scottish nation. 'Britons' here means the Celtic peoples -- including the Welsh in Wales & the Cornish in Cornwall (here labeled 'West Wales') -- pushed out of England by the Germanic tribes.

Britain c. 802 was divided among competing groups, with most of England…

The map of Scotland shows the locations of the clans and the land owned by the principal landowners in around 1587-1594.

Robertson - "Map of the clans of Scotland with the possessions of the Highland Proprietors according to the Acts of Parliament of 1587 &

Mattew Paris manuscript, British Library This is the first known view of London, a section from a road map (from London to Rome) draw.

The Border Between the 'Two Englands': There is a place used as shorthand for describing the divide, with the rougher, poorer North and wealthier, middle-to-upper-class South referring to each other as ‘on the other side of the Watford Gap’, a small village in Northamptonshire. It was named for the eponymous hill pass that has facilitated travel east-west and north-south since at least Roman times.

193 - The Border Between the 'Two Englands'

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Les groupes linguistiques en France: cinq langues romanes (The linguistic groups in France: five roman languages)

Code of Arms

mapsontheweb: “ Clan Map of Scotland Related: The Clans of Scotland, with Lowland & Highland divisions ”

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