A world map is a map of most or all of the surface of Earth. World maps, because of their scale, must deal with the problem of projection. Maps rendered in two dimensions by necessity distort the display of the three-dimensional surface of the earth. While this is true of any map, these distortions reach extremes in a world map. Many techniques have been developed to present world maps that address diverse technical and aesthetic goals. Charting a world map requires global knowledge of the earth
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Map of “Countries of the World 1/1/001 CE.” * Greater India (Including modern Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan): Joseph Schwartzberg. The Historical Atlas of South Asia. Map of “The Satavahana-Saka-Kushana Age 1-300ad”. John Nelson. Interactive Historical Atlas of the World. Map of the “Countries of the World 1/1/001 CE.”
Map of the World or A Map of the World may refer to: World map, a map of most or all of the surface of the Earth; A Map of the World, 1994 novel by Jane Hamilton A Map of the World, 1999 film drama directed by Scott Elliott and based on the novel of the same name by Jane Hamilton; A Map of the World, 1999 album by Pat Metheny and soundtrack of the movie A Map of the World
A Map of the World (1994) is a novel by Jane Hamilton. It was the Oprah's Book Club selection for December 1999. It was made into a movie released in 1999 starring Sigourney Weaver, Julianne Moore, David Strathairn, Chloë Sevigny, Louise Fletcher and Marc Donato with a soundtrack by Pat Metheny .
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Map of “Europe in 001 AD” and “Europe in 100 AD”. * Central Asia peoples and borders are derived from: John Nelson.Interactive Historical Atlas of the World. Map of the “Countries of the World 1/1/050 CE.” Joseph Schwartzberg. The Historical Atlas of South Asia. Map of “The Satavahana-Saka-Kushana Age 1-300ad”.