Historical Map of the
Disruption of the Carolingian Empire 843-888
Farthest eastward extension of the Carolingian Empire, 843 (
- Tributary Slavic states,
- Boundary lines fixed by the
Treaty of Verdun (843).
The area between the dotted purple line on the east and the green line on
and south went to
Louis. That to the west of
the brown line went to
That between the brown and green lines, together with Italy, went to
- Boundary line between the East Frankish and West Frankish
Kingdoms fixed by the
Treaty of Mersen (870). The
middle region assigned to
Lothair in 843 was now
- Eastern boundary of the West Frankish Kingdom in 888.
- Boundaries of the Kingdoms of Burgundy in 888.
Map of the Burgundian Lands 1361-1543)
- Boundary of the Moravian Kingdom under Svatopluk in 888.
- Incidental to the disruption of the Carolingian Empire, the
map shows the rise of the great
feudal divisions in France, Germany, and Italy.
University of Texas at Austin.
From The Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1911.
Map of the Caliphate in 750
Map of the Carolingian Empire 843-888
Map of the Treaty of Verdun 843
Map of the Byzantine Empire 1265-1355
Map of the Byzantine Empire in 1355