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Sovereign and Dependent States, Europe, Year 1200

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Description
This shapefile represents the sovereign and non-sovereign, dependent states of Europe for the year 1200. Sovereign states are considered as sovereign or independent states all entities fulfilling the following conditions: a) a territory covering a geographic area, b) an own population, c) an authority ruling the territory and the population, d) this authority is sovereign, i.e. not subject to any other power or state. Dependent state. This type of state has the same characteristics (territory, population, authority) as the sovereign states but their authority is subject to a higher power, generally to the authority of a neighbouring or dominant state. It may also happen that only some provinces of a state are subject to a foreign control. This layer is part of the Euratlas Georeferenced Vector Data collection that is composed of 21 maps, one for each century from year 1 to year 2000. These maps depict the detailed political situation of Europe at the first day of each centennial year C.E. from year 1 to 2000. Each map is composed of two kinds of layers: physical features layers, such as seas and rivers, and political features layers, such as states and cities. Some layers also cover adjacent portions of North Africa and the Middle East.This layer is intended for researchers, students, and policy makers for reference and mapping purposes, and may be used for basic applications such as viewing, querying, and map output production, or to provide a basemap to support graphical overlays and analysis with other spatial data.
Publisher
Euratlas-Nüssli
Place(s)
Europe
Subject(s)
Boundaries, Non-self-governing territories, Administrative and political divisions, and Boundaries
Year
1200
Held by
Stanford
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Use and reproduction
These data are licensed by Stanford Libraries and are available to Stanford University affiliates only. Affiliates are limited to current faculty, staff and students. These data may not be reproduced or used for any purpose without permission. For more information please contact brannerlibrary@stanford.edu.
Copyright
Copyright ownership resides with the originator.