Era 1: Three worlds Meet (beginnings to 1620)

Era 1: Three Worlds Meet (Beginnings to 1620)

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Era 1: Three Worlds Meet

The Ebstorf Map is a wonderful primary source to show Europe's Christian view of the world in the 13th century.

Era 1: Three Worlds Meet

In contrasting this map with the Fergervary Map of the Aztecs (shown below), teachers and students have one way to analyze just how different the Two Worlds saw their world at the eve of contact.

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