The CENTENNIA Historical Atlas

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The price for a single copy (single-user license) of Centennia is $69.50. History departments, small school computer labs and other work groups will probably prefer our Ten-User Site License which is priced at $395 plus shipping and handling. This license allows you to install Centennia on up to 25 computers or other devices. The number of simultaneous users accessing the software is limited to ten per license.

  • Price: $395.00
  • Install on up to 25 computers or devices.
  • No more than 10 simultaneous users.

The standard price for a single copy of Centennia is $69.50. We also offer a special "group rate" of $39.50 per copy (plus shipping and handling) when five or more people order together. This pricing applies to groups of students, genealogy clubs, historical associations, and any special interest group. Know five online friends interested in maps and history? Convince them to sign up and you all get the discounted price.

If you don't have a group code yet, and would like to sign up for one, contact us here.

Each member of your group should enter his or her ordering info below and include the group code (usually something like "AB2", for example). Note: orders will not be shipped until a minimum of five orders have been placed using your group code. Credit card charges will be refunded if your group does not reach the required minimum.

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The price for a single-user license of Centennia (full-access code) is $69.50 plus shipping and handling. Additional copies/licenses are available at a significant discount. Get a second copy for only $49 more.

Try before you buy: if you have not done so yet, download the most recent version of the app and make sure it's right for you before you make your purchase. The free edition, Centennia Nations Edition, covers the rise of modern European and Middle Eastern nations in the 150-year period beginning with the French Revolution in 1789 and running through the summer of 1939 —the eve of the Second World War. The complete edition of the Centennia Historical Atlas, covering all ten centuries, requires a paid license.

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Sarah B wrote: 2/16/2019
I have been using this program since 1999! I'd LOVE to see an iPad version as I teach 1:1 and have access to airplay. Thanks for keeping this program alive and available after all these years!
Cynthia T wrote: 2/8/2019
How do I download the free version of Centennia Nations Edition? I do not see a link on the website. Thank you!
Frank Reed wrote: 2/8/2019
Sorry for the confusion, Cynthia! Any of the download links here will get you the free version, Centennia Nations Edition. Then later if you buy and enter an access code that will convert into the complete edition of the Centennia Historical Atlas. So there's just the one download ...

HistoricalAtlas.com/download/.
Alex Karalekis wrote: 2/8/2019
I have been using this teaching my Modern European History class with great success. It always draws a little crowd when the map is left in free animation on a big screen!

A. Karalekis
San Diego, California
Ellen M. wrote: 12/8/2018
At last! I'm looking forward to using CENTENNIA Research Edition when my department completes the purchase ..... assuming we can fund it. Can you tell me: are the KML files compatible with Google Earth? Would I be able to show the historical borders of Europe, e.g., in 1499 displayed with the perspective and view features in Google Earth?
Frank Reed wrote: 12/8/2018
Hello Ellen. I have added some sample views showing Centennia KML files viewed in Google Earth.
Jing Chu wrote: 8/14/2018
Hello, Clockwork Mapping. I use the MacOS version of your Cantennia Atlas, and I wonder if you plan to port it to iPad. I think it would be really *slick* on a tablet! Also, do you intend to expand it into the tenth century? My specialty is medieval France, and I would like to see more detail there. Just a wishlist! Thank you for this amazing atlas.
Frank Reed wrote: 8/14/2018
Yes, indeed. We are working on an iPad version. It's mostly a matter of funding. The new "Research Edition" of Centennia will, we hope, provide enough revenue to get the iOS version launched. As for the other item on your wishlist --more in medieval Europe-- it's certainly a possibility in the next year if we can get enough interest. Thanks for letting us know what interests you!

Frank Reed
Owner/Head Cartographer
Clockwork Mapping
Conanicut Island USA
Phil Perry wrote: 6/21/2017
Your historical atlas shows details that I have never encountered anywhere else. I first discovered your maps through a viral video on youtube, and I was appalled to learn later that the video was published without attribution and violating your copyright. I hope you at least got some visitors to your site out of that. It's an astounding accomplishment and obviously a huge amount of research and artistry went into its creation.

Can you email me and let me know if you have any deals for students? I would love to be able to assign this to my students in my European History survey class this summer. Thanks, Phillip Perry, Ottawa.
Frank Reed wrote: 6/22/2017
Hi, Phil. Absolutely -- we do have discount pricing arrangements for students in classes, assuming you would be ordering ten licenses or more. We also have licenses for history departments and small computer labs/libraries. I'll email you.

Frank Reed
Owner/Head Cartographer
Clockwork Mapping
Conanicut Island USA
Janet H. wrote: 11/2/2014
I can't tell you how much I LOVE this atlas. I've been using it for five years in my genealogy research, and there's nothing that compares. If I need to know what was happening in Baden in 1660 or Brittany or Danzig/Gdansk in 1925 or Milan in 1805 or anywhere else at any date... then I can turn to the "Centennia Historical Atlas" for insight. I only wish it covered more centuries, and I'm really looking forward to the version covering the history of North America. Thank you!

J.A.H.

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  • Centennia: Research Edition ($) extensive GIS versions of Centennia's primary historical database, CRE has been developed for academic research. Institutional licensing fees apply.
  • Centennia: Nations Edition 1789-1939 FREE.
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