Change the world! Not really, but you can create a historical map chart for your school project, your business presentation, your next blog post or your social media account.
It is and will always be free. If this saved you a ton of hours and you want to buy me a coffee though, please consider making a small donation!
Please know that producing accurate historical maps is pretty difficult, taking into account the limited resources available and of course, the fluid borders of countries, kingdoms, duchies, emirates, etc. for a specific era. This is a first attempt to make such a resource available for free so I need the help of the community to improve and make it as accurate as possible.
Nevertheless, if you found a mistake on the map, I would be happy to check it out and fix it accordingly. Just make sure that you include a link to the image or the source that can back up your claim, so I can easily consider it and make the change.
Of course, you can check the parent website: Map Chart.
You are allowed to use, edit and modify any map created with historicalmapchart.net for private or commercial use/publication freely by adding any kind of reference to mapchart.net in your work.
Some examples of an appropriate reference:
If the above examples do not cover you, don't hesitate to contact me for more details.
A single, self-taught web developer by the name of Minas. I am always available for working on other web-related projects, so contact me at email@example.com or by using the form on this page and we can work something out.
Please try creating your map chart in Chrome, Firefox or Safari first, as these are the best supported browsers. If you still face an issue, contact me and I will take a look at your issue immediately!
Please make sure that you first read the FAQ on this page. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below: