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Examples of maps that I have both compiled and drawn:    next

A1 - Power Restructured, 301 BC-202 BC

A2 - The Balkans after Alexander, to 301 BC

A3 - Epirus and Rome

A4 - Developments, 301 BC-33 BC


A5 - Christianity at the Early 4th Century

A6 - Church Organisation in C4-5

A7 - Christianity; Expansion and Setback to 500, Formative Gatherings

A8 - Arian Kingdoms in 500


A9 - The Partition Treaties

A10 - The Spanish War of Succession

A11 - The Austrian War of Succession

A12 - The Habsburgs in Hungary, 1699-1751

A13 - The Habsburgs in Italy, C18
A14 - Discovery and Conquest
A15 - Spanish America by 1620
A16 - Spanish America by 1779
A17- In Search of Unity, c.650-850
A18 - Vikings of the British Isles
A19 - Wars with the Danes, 980-1016
A20- William the Conqueror
A21- England under Stephen

A22-Henry II and his Sons, 1169-1180

A23- Edward I’s Campaigns in Wales

A24- The British Isles at Robert Bruce’s time

A25- Scotland under The Stewarts

A26- England under Henry VIII

A27- England and the World around Elizabeth I’s Time

A28- England’s Affairs under Elizabeth I

A29- The Civil War during Charles I’s rule

A30- The British Isles at the time of William and Mary, 1689-1696

A31- The British Empire under Victoria

A32- Victoria’s Family on European Thrones

A33 - The British Empire under George V
A34- War against the Taleban
A35- War in Chechnya
A36- Linguistic change in Scotland
A37-Scotland’s Atlantic adventures
A38- Byzantine Empire 1081-1204
A39- Byzantine Empire 1261-1341
A40- The World in 700
A41- The World in 1000
A42- The World in1300
A43- The World in 1500
A44- Europe, 1328
A45- Europe, 1885
A46- Catalan expansion
A47- Northern Italy, 1336
A48- The Reconquista
A49- Imperial Germany, 1871
A50- The Balkans, 1878-1908
A51- The dissolution of the Military Frontier
A52- Ethnic division of Austria-Hungary
A53- Medieval heresies
A54- The Tatars in Europe
A55- The Jews to the end of C19
A56- Territorial rivalry of East and West
A57- Religious rivalry of East and West
A58- Continuity in the East, 1000-2000
A59- Continuity in the West, 1000-2000
A60- European minorities
A61- Autonomies
A62- Hungarians in Romania
A63- Trianon treaty
A64- France, 1428
A65- World in conflict
A66- Shang China
A67- Hungary/ethnicity, 1847
A68- Eastern Romans and Sassanids
A69- Roman Empire to A.D. 180
A70- Muslim world, 700
A71- Muslim world, 700–850
A72- Muslim world, 1000
A73- Ethnicity, mid-C13
A74- Ethnicity, mid-C16
A75- Ethnicity, end of C18
A76- Ethnicity, early C20
A77- Peasant uprising
A78- Shakespeare’s Britain scenes
A79- Shakespeare’s mixed scenes
A80- Shakespeare’s not Britain scenes
A81- Neo-Latin languages
A82- Romanian dawns
A83- Watercourse names
A84- Settling Romanians
A85- Courland in Russia


Examples of maps from my published historical atlases:    top, next

B2 – B16
are from
Atlas of

B2 - Roman province

B3- Early administration

B4- Formation of Szekelyland

B5- Romanian origins

B6-Administration C14

B7- Towards Independence

B8- Protestantism

B9- Gabriel Bethlen

B10- Studying abroad 1521-1700

B11- Romanians in Roman Church

B12- Events

B13- Learning

B14- From Hungary to Romania

B15- Hungarian Minority 1920-40

B16- Communism

Maps B17
and B19 – B28

are from
Atlas of the

B17- Formation
B19- A Pilgrimage
B20- Blighted at the N. Sea
B21- Sent underground
B22-Beyond Europe
B23- Fighting for others
B24- Identity concluded
B25- Chains loosening
B26- Catching up
B27- From bad to worse
B28- Finding voice

B30 – B32
are from

B30 - Saxons’ settling

B31 - Romanian immigration

B32 - Internal upheavals

B34 – B40
are from
A cigányság

B34 - Onto the wider Balkans

B35 - A pilgrimage 1

B36 - Blighted at the North Sea

B37 - Gap no more

B38 - Identity concluded

B39 - Overview

B40 - Spreading joy


These maps were not meant to be finished. They are examples of my compilations and instructions to serve as a base for the styled artwork of others: top, next, previous

C1 - The World in 1750

C2 - Sino - Tibetan State Foundations C7 - middle of C11

C3 - Sino-Tibetan conquest of South-East Asia C11 - C18

C4 - Albania, Albanians

C5 - The Hittites

C6 - Ethnic Minorities, Territorial Autonomies, 1945-85
C7 - New states in Eastern Europe, 12-15C

C8 - Peasant uprisings in Eastern Europe, 16-18C
C9 - Ethnic composition of the Mohacs district


Examples of published maps that were completed by others based on my compilation and instruction:     top, next, previous

D1 - The Break-up of Yugoslavia

D2 - Central and Eastern Europe 1990 - 2001

D3 - Europe 1180

D4 - Balkans 1360

D5 - East-Central Europe C13 - C15
D6 - British Isles C13-14
D7 - The Baltic C12-14
D8 - The Reconquista
D9-The Hundred Years War to 1400
D10 - The Hundred Years War after 1400
D11 - The World in the Middle Ages
D12 - The World on the eve of European expansion
D13 - Spread of Christianity, 750-1054
D14 - Russia, 1645-76

D15 - The Causes of WWI

D16 - The Caucaus, 1988-96

D17 - World religions from 1900

D18 - The Collapse of the Central Powers, 1918
D19 - Western Europe: separatism and nationalism 1945-85
D20 - Central and Eastern Europe 1992-96
D21 - The World 1800-1850


Some work I have drawn to order on screen:     top, next, previous

E1 - Ireland

E2 - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

E3 - Tenerife
E4 - Switzerland
E5 - Northern Italy
E6 - Spain
E7 - Germany
E8 - Rhodes and Cyprus




E9 - Madeira
E10 -The Baleares
E11 - Countries of the World
E12 - Reviewed area


As it used to be (a few scanned images of maps that I have compiled and drawn to order by traditional means):      top, previous

F1 - Coral reefs of the World

F2 - Kuwait

F3 - The Geological Formation of Oman

F4 - The Growth of Jeddah

F5 - The Ottoman Empire, 1800
F6- The Growth of the first Saudi State
F7 - Central Prague
F8- Thonet factories, 1900
F9 - German Expansion 1936 - August 1939



My very first printed map:


G1 - Baroque in Hungary (1606)