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You may need to consult images and maps for this course.
Use the links on this page to assist you in finding appropriate images and maps to support your coursework, papers and presentations.
Check out the following links to the Strange Maps blog and a couple of select blog posts to read about some of the strangest maps out there, and possibly find something unique for your assignment or presentation:
Don't forget to cite the images you use!
Did you know that using just any image you find online could be a violation of copyright? It's true, even if it's for education purposes.
To avoid being in violation of copyright laws, be sure to always give attribution to the source (URL and/or creator's name) when using an image or map.
For more information on copyright laws, fair use, and public domain images, consult this COPYRIGHT GUIDE.
These images may be helpful to you when creating presentations. All of these images were found using Wikimedia Commons. Click on the title (above each map) to view it online on Wikimedia, learn more about it, and to use it:
Nuremberg Chronicles Map from 1493 (in Latin)