German Expansion to c. 1360


German Expansion to c. 1360


This map shows the expansion of the German Empire c. 1360. Areas of German settlement and areas where German town law was used are marked on the map. The major members and depots of the Hanseatic League are marked in red, while other members/depots are in white. The principal trade route of the League is shown, branching out to the neighboring countries of the Holy Roman Empire.


‘Oxford Atlas of World History, Oxford University Press, 1999. General Editor Patrick K. O’Brien. (p. 91)


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Source: Philip’s Atlas of World History

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