Euratlas-Info 30
May 2010

Where was this garden?

Time Pictures
Here is now an online a simplified version of our historical atlas and database of Europe: Periodis Expert.
Periodis Web is presented as a gazetteer and, for each century from AD 1 to AD 2000, you can display the position of each sovereign state and of each dependent entity. You will notice that the sovereign states are highlited in red while the dependencies are shown in green. Note that if you want to see a more detailed map, especially the provinces borders or the exact area of the dependencies, you will have to zoom in by clicking on the main map or by choosing Northwest, Northeast etc.. Of course the full functionalities, provinces and cities names, relief, custom maps and search functions are only available in Periodis Expert.

Euratlas Periodis Expert

Euratlas Periodis Expert
"Actually, I did check the schools library today. Of the 12 historical atlases, none of them had the detail or usefulness of the Euratlas one..." ( - 18 Mar 2010, 10:34)

Take advantage of the promotional price!
Until June 1, 2010: Existing customers of the Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe enjoy 15 more discount on the above prices while customers of Periodis Basic version enjoy 10 discount.
If you are an existing customer and haven't yet received your coupon code, write us to get it.

Periodis Teaching License

Periodis Site License

See the Lepanto battle site, Sheikh Bedreddin, Siegfried von Feuchtwangen, the walls of Trogir, Liutprand's Basin and much more historical images. Time Pictures is a freely illustrated chronology of Europe and the Mediterranean basin, counting now 144 pictures. If you need more information on a subject, you can use Wikipedia as a basis for starting your research.

Time Pictures
We will improve now our physical atlas of Europe. In the meantime, we wish you a nice summer in Europe.
Euratlas - C. Nüssli, May 2010
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