Migration and geo-political spaces

We’ve been discussing the migration patterns of our Upper Paleolithic people groups – what drives migration, the different types of migration, and migration’s effect on cultures.  Although this is much more modern,  it has helped in the discussion of how for us right now the geo-political boundaries are very firm.  That hasn’t always been the case in other contents.

Map of Europe: 1000AD to present


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One response to “Migration and geo-political spaces

  1. That is amazing.
    Here’s a link to a map of human migration. You may have come across it already, but just in case – http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/journey/

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