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Dymaxion map - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dymaxion map - Example of use illustrating early human migrations according to mitochondrial population genetics (numbers are millennia before present)

The Old Prussians or Baltic Prussians (German: Pruzzen or Prußen; Latin: Pruteni; Latvian: Prūši; Lithuanian: Prūsai; Polish: Prusowie; Kashubian: Prësowié) were  indigenous Baltic tribes that inhabited the lands of the southeastern Baltic Sea around the Vistula and Curonian Lagoons. They spoke a language now known as Old Prussian and followed pagan Prussian mythology.  Here, ca. 1200 AD. The Eastern Balts are shown in brown hues whereas the Western Balts are shown in green.

Distribution of the Baltic tribes, circa 1200 CE. The Eastern Balts are shown in brown hues while the Western Balts are shown in green. The boundaries are approximate.

Tesseract - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tesseract - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Storia d'Italia di Francesco Guicciardini, 1° edizione del 1561

Francesco Guicciardini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Conway's Game of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Conway's Game of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ostsiedlung was the medieval eastward migration and settlement of German speakers from the Holy Roman Empire (primarily present-day southern and western Germany) into less-populated regions of Eastern Europe. The affected area roughly stretched from Slovenia to Estonia, and southwards into Transylvania. In part, Ostsiedlung followed the territorial expansion of the Empire and the Teutonic Order.

Ostsiedlung - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Medieval German expansion into eastern Europe

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CNBC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Artivism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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