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Europe 1560

This map is based on a map of Europe in 1560 from The Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1923. That map is availiable from the Perry-Castenada Map Collection at the University of Texas Libraries. This map shows Europe at the height of Philip II's power, just after his father Charles split the great Hapsburg posessions. This map focuses more on the West than Europe Large, and is smaller in scale for quicker gameplay. Please post any comments on the forums.
Version 1.1: A few bugs are fixed and a new scenario is added. The scenario has 6 powers: Spain, including posessions in the low countries and Italy, France and their massive army, with Switzerland, Austria and the German states, a force to be reconned with, Russia and Poland-Lithuania, the Ottoman Empire, and a North Europe coalition of England, Denmark, and Sweden. To assist in balancing this scenario, I added 4 new city continents: London, Paris, Rome, and Constantinople. Enjoy!

Created by Daniel Myers. Version 1.1 released May 20, 2005.

Europe 1560 is a Map for the game Lux Delux.

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