The CENTENNIA Historical Atlas
A dynamic, animated guide to a thousand years of history...
Editions, Platforms, Languages
CENTENNIA HISTORICAL ATLAS
The complete edition of the Centennia Historical Atlas covers over ten centuries of history as well as recent geopolitical events. Its geographic range includes all of Europe as well as North Africa and the Near East and MidEast. The map can be evolved forward and backward in time, fast or slow, displaying changes as frequently as every tenth of a year. Over 9,000 border changes in hundreds of wars, dynastic conquests, as well as political mergers and separations are included.
CENTENNIA NATIONS EDITION
Available for FREE. Download it and explore. Centennia Nations Edition includes the 150-year period from the beginning of the transformation of modern Europe in 1789 through the complete Napolenic era and the periods of nation-building in the 19th century and through the First World War, up to the summer of 1939, the eve of the Second World War. It's free to use. Teach from it, learn from it, and if you decide you need more centuries, the data are included in your download. Buy a license code at any time to unlock all the centuries before 1789 and after 1939 in the complete Centennia Historical Atlas.
CENTENNIA RESEARCH EDITION
Professional datasets designed for academic research in history, political science, economics and related subjects. All of the borders and polygons of the complete atlas are included in GIS-compatible KML format. Read more...
The Windows version of Centennia is a standard Windows desktop app, fully compatible with Windows 10/8/7 etc. It has low system requirements and will operate on nearly any Windows-based laptop or desktop machine built in the past ten years.
APPLE MAC: DESKTOP
The MacOS version of Centennia runs on any recent Mac laptop or desktop computer running OS X, 10.5 or later. Centennia has low system requirements. Note that the current executable is 32-bit and, on first run, your Mac may inform you that Centennia is "not optimized" for your computer. This is a harmless "nag" message from Apple and should only appear once. This does not affect performance in any way, and it is not related to device security.
Current editions of the Centennia Atlas include text in Greek and German, as well as English. To change language while running Centennia, on your keyboard, hit "D" for German (Deutsche), "L" for Greek (ELLenika), or "E" for English.
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- Mac users:
64-bit version, required for macOS Catalina now available.
- Download here. If you already have a license code, it will work with the 64-bit edition.
- 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.
- German and Greek included.
- Physical copies now on USB flash (or CD-ROM).
- Get it here, by download or on USB or CD, or buy on Amazon: USB or CD.
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