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Forgot the game is Europa Universalis IV, in case anyone is wondering. Mapper/Countries and Regions Maps TheFutureOfEuropes Wiki. Generally there were no countries in Europe in 1444, but the continent was divided into empires, kingdoms and duchies. Map of Southeast Europe 900 AD, Map of Southeast Europe 1000 AD, Map of Southeast Europe 1040 AD. Generally there were no countries in Europe in 1444, but the continent was divided into empires, kingdoms and duchies.

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Which was the largest land on the map of Europe in 1444? - Æ Home Work aid

Which was the greatest land on the map of Europe in 1444? Generally there were no European states in 1444, but the continents were split into realms, kings and dukedoms. According to your definitions of land, either the Holy Roman Empire or the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth were the major European nations at that time.

In those days the Holy Roman Empire was a loose and coherent gathering of dukedoms and counts, which were governed by the Holy Roman Emperor, but were often virtually independent. Likewise, Poland-Lithuania was technologically two units of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, but they were merged because they were governed by the same leaders.

Once again, the name could go to the Kingdom of England, whose sovereign was entitled to the technical right to the royal seat in France at that period and thus had technical power over the whole of Western Europe, but here too it is not a state. Overall, it is hard to say which is the biggest of these "countries", but Poland-Lithuania has the best case for the name.

Which was the largest land on the map of Europe in 1444?

Generally there were no European states in 1444, but the continents were split into realms, kings and dukedoms. According to your definitions of land, either the Holy Roman Empire or the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth were the biggest European nations at that inception. In those days the Holy Roman Empire was a loose and coherent gathering of dukedoms and counts, which were governed by the Holy Roman Emperor, but were often virtually independent.

Likewise, Poland-Lithuania was technologically two units of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, but they were merged because they were governed by the same leaders. Once again, the name could go to the Kingdom of England, whose sovereign was entitled to the technical right to the royal seat in France at that period and thus had technical power over the whole of Western Europe, but here too it is not a state.

Overall, it is hard to say which is the biggest of these "countries", but Poland-Lithuania has the best case for the name.

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