You've seen John B. Spark's Histomap of world empires, but he also made versions charting religions, "from primitive cults to modern philosophies," and the evolutionary tree.
In 1931, John B. Sparks created a "histomap" that distilled the history of civilization into a colorful timeline. See 4,000 years of empires rising and falling, and even though it stops after World War I, you can imagine how it woul... Read Post
The HistoMap - Four thousand years of world history. The relative power of contemporary states, nations and empires. This Histomap, created by John B. Sparks, was first printed by Rand McNally in 1931. The map summarizes world histo... Read Post