Indus Valley Civilisation

Quellen:McIntosh, Jane.

The Indus Valley civilization, or Harappan civilization, named after the ancient city of Harappa, is a Bronze Age civilization whose territory extended around the Indus River valley in the western Indian subcontinent.

Narva culture

Töpferwaren der Narva-Kultur.

The Narva culture is a Mesolithic culture extending in time to the Neolithic, with a geographical spread from Nyemen to Ladoga from Estonia in the north through Latvia and Lithuania to Belarus.


Al-Andalus is the term that designates all the territories of the Iberian Peninsula and some of the South of France that were, at one time or another, under the domination of different Arab states between 711 and 1492.

Edo Castle

"Ansicht von Edo", ein Paar sechspassige Paravents.

Edo Castle, also known as Chiyoda Castle, is a castle on flat land built in 1457 by Ōta Dōkan.

Royal Prussia

Flagge des Königlichen Preußens.

Royal Prussia was called the western part of Prussia from 1454, which included extensive areas of the historical territory of Pomerelia.

Lodi dynasty

Karte des Territoriums der Lodi-Dynastie, gekennzeichnet als Afghanisches Reich.

The Lodis were a powerful family or clan of Pathan notables in northern Pre-India during the 14th to 16th centuries.