Maps of Rome
map, rome, history
Again a long read, and again absolutely worthwhile: a collections of maps that show the history of ancient Rome. With reference to famous battles, characters, eruptions and interactions with other cultures, the progression of Rome through the ages is presented in a I-can’t-stop-reading-way.
Go and see the 40 maps that explain the Roman Empire.
But wait, that isn’t all. As interesting are the Hackernews comments on the article. A good number of history-related podcast are mentioned, causing me to lose more and more time learning about things that are interesting and of little consequence…