Recorridos marítimos y terrestres y geolocalizaciones de puertos de salida y llegada relacionados con la expulsión de los Judíos de Sefarad. Enlace a Story Map https://arcg.is/0uK04v
Foto de portada: Grau Vell, antiguo puerto cerca de la Judería de Sagunto.
[ENG] In the year 1492 Christopher Columbus is authorized to undertake his navigation to the West and the decree of expulsion of the Jews from Spain is promulgated. This Story Map includes the location of the main cities of departure and land routes, the ports of departure and arrival and the maritime routes of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the geolocations of landmarks of cultural interest related to these cities, ports, and routes. Both old and digital maps, nautical charts, photos, satellite images, videos and references are included. #SephardicMaritimeRoutes #SephardicRoutes
This is our initial hand drawn map with current ports in Spain we have identified as possible exit ports of Sephardic Jews. More ports in Spain and Portugal will be added. Our next ports and maritime routes mapping and charting project for 2023. Puertos y Rutas Marítimas de Sefardíes. #SephardicMaritimeRoutes. Recorridos marítimos y terrestres y geolocalizaciones de puertos de salida y llegada relacionados con la expulsión de los Judíos de Sefarad. #RutasMarítimasDeSefardíes #RutasDeSefardíes #DrJoseMaps #drlepervanchemaps #SephardicMaritimeRoutes #SephardicRoutes #GeoLandmarks #GlobalStoryMaps #Geolocations #geographicinformationsystems
Expulsión de judíos.
There are several ways to find ancient maritime routes in the Mediterranean Sea:
Research historical records and documents: Look for maps, ship logs, and other written records that may provide information about ancient trade routes and sailing patterns. These can be found in libraries, archives, and online databases.
Analyze archaeological evidence: Look for artifacts, such as pottery, coins, and other items that may have been traded or transported along ancient maritime routes. These can be found in museums, excavation sites, and other locations.
Use GIS (geographic information systems) software: GIS software allows you to create digital maps and analyze spatial data. You can use this software to plot the locations of ancient ports, cities, and other landmarks, and then use this information to infer the likely routes that ships would have taken.
Consult with experts: There are many historians, archaeologists, and other experts who specialize in ancient maritime routes and trade patterns. You can reach out to these individuals for guidance and advice on how to locate and research ancient maritime routes in the Mediterranean Sea.