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Purpose: Group Maps together by Historical era in categories used by the commons.

This category cross references all maps covering the historical era, old or new.

Historical epoch

Main Article: Early Middle Ages

The purpose of this category is to provide narrower grouping of events, personages, and places into their more specific traditional third division of the overall Middle Ages. Some entities will necessarily span more than one of these categories.

Roughly spans the years: 500 AD1000 AD; (From the fall of Rome to the resurrection of The Holy Roman Empire and founding of France.)

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