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Translated by George Rawlinson (2000). v t e Regions of the world Africa North Mediterranean Gibraltar Arc Greater Middle East MENA Middle East Maghreb Barbary Coast Barbara Ancient Libya Atlas Mountains Sahara Sahel Eastern Mediterranean Egypt Upper Egypt Middle Egypt Lower Egypt Cataracts of the Nile Bashmur Nubia Lower Nubia Nile Valley Nile Delta Sub-Saharan East Aethiopia Swahili coast East African Rift Great Rift Valley Albertine Rift Valley Gregory Rift Valley Southern Rift Valley Rift Valley Lakes Great Lakes Mittelafrika Horn of Africa Ethiopian Highlands Sudan (region) Sudanian Savanna East African montane forests Sub-Saharan Central Guinea region Negroland Mayombe Igboland (Mbaise) Maputaland Congo Basin Chad Basin Congolese rainforests Sub-Saharan West Pepper Coast Gold Coast Slave Coast Ivory Coast Sudanian Savanna Niger Basin Guinean Forests of West Africa Sub-Saharan South Madagascar Rhodesia North South Succulent Karoo Nama Karoo Bushveld Highveld Fynbos Sub-Saharan Anglophone Africa Francophone Africa Lusophone Africa Arabophone Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Tropical Africa Islands North America Canada Eastern Canada Western Canada Canadian Prairies Northern Canada Atlantic Canada French Canada English Canada Acadia Quebec CityWindsor Corridor Peace River Country Cypress Hills (Canada) Palliser's Triangle Canadian Shield Interior Alaska-Yukon lowland taiga United States Pacific Northwest Inland Northwest Northeast New England West Midwest Upper Midwest Mid-Atlantic Mountain States Intermountain West Basin and Range Province Oregon Trail Mormon Corridor Calumet Region Southwest Old Southwest Llano Estacado Frontier Strip Central United States South South Central Deep South Upland South Four Corners East Coast West Coast Gulf Coast Third Coast Coastal states Eastern United States Appalachia Trans-Mississippi Great North Woods Great Plains Interior Plains Great Lakes Great Basin Great Basin Desert Acadia Ozarks Ark-La-Tex Waxhaws Siouxland Twin Tiers Driftless area Palouse Piedmont (United States) Atlantic coastal plain Outer Lands Black Dirt Region Piney Woods Rocky Mountains Mojave desert The Dakotas The Carolinas Interior Alaska-Yukon lowland taiga Mexico Mesoamerica Aridoamerica Northern Mexico Gulf of Mexico Soconusco Tierra Caliente La Mixteca La Huasteca Bajo Mexico Valley Mezquital Valley Sierra Madre de Oaxaca Central Western Caribbean Zone Isthmus of Panama Mosquito Coast Oasisamerica Yucatan peninsula Caribbean Greater Antilles Lesser Antilles Lucayan Archipelago West Indies Northern Middle Anglo French Latin Hispanic American Cordillera Ring of Fire Bible Belt Rust Belt Sun Belt Snow Belt Frost Belt Corn Belt Cotton Belt Rice Belt Black Belt Pine Belt (Mississippi) South America North Caribbean South America West Indies Los Llanos The Guianas South Tierra del Fuego Patagonia Pampas Pantanal Gran Chaco Chiquitano dry forests West Andes Altiplano Atacama Desert East Amazon basin Caatinga Cerrado Latin Hispanic American Cordillera Ring of Fire Asia Central Greater Middle East Aral Sea Aralkum Desert Caspian Sea Dead Sea Sea of Galilee Transoxiana Turan Greater Khorasan Ariana Khwarezm Sistan Kazakhstania Eurasian Steppe PonticCaspian steppe Wild Fields Yedisan Muravsky Trail Ural (region)(Ural mountains) Volga region Idel-Ural Kolyma Transbaikal Pryazovia Bjarmaland Kuban Zalesye Ingria Novorossiya Gornaya Shoriya Tulgas North Northeast Far East Russian Far East Okhotsk-Manchurian taiga Extreme North Siberia Kamchatka East Japanese Archipelago Northeastern Japan Arc Sakhalin Island Arc Korean Peninsula Inner Asia Manchuria Outer Manchuria Inner Manchuria Northeast China Plain Tibet Tibetan plateau Nanzhong Lingnan Jiangnan Jianghuai Guanzhong Huizhou Wu Jiaozhou (region) Zhongyuan Ordos Loop Yangtze River Delta West Greater Middle East MENA Middle East Red Sea Zagros Mountains Persian Gulf Pirate Coast Arabian Peninsula Najd Hejaz Tihamah Eastern Arabia Southern Arabia Hadhramaut TigrisEuphrates Upper Mesopotamia Lower Mesopotamia Sawad Canaan Aram Eastern Mediterranean Mashriq Levant Southern Levant Transjordan Jordan Rift Valley Levantine Sea Golan Heights Hula Valley Gaza Strip West Bank Galilee Gilead Judea Samaria Arabah Anti-Lebanon Mountains Sinai Peninsula Arabian Desert Syrian Desert Fertile Crescent Syria Palestine Armenian Highlands Southern Transcaucasus Anatolia Cilicia Cappadocia South Indian subcontinent Himalayas Hindu Kush Western Ghats Eastern Ghats Ganges Basin Ganges Delta Pashtunistan Punjab Balochistan Thar Desert Indus Valley Indus River Delta Indus Valley Desert Indo-Gangetic Plain Eastern Coastal Plains Western Coastal Plains Meghalaya subtropical forests Lower Gangetic plains moist deciduous forests Northwestern Himalayan alpine shrub and meadows Doab Bagar region Great Rann of Kutch Little Rann of Kutch Deccan plateau Coromandel Coast Konkan False Divi Point Hindi Belt Lakshadweep Andaman and Nicobar Islands Maldive Islands Southeast Mainland Indochina Malay Peninsula Maritime Malay Archipelago East Indies Asia-Pacific Tropical Asia Ring of Fire Europe North Nordic Northwestern Scandinavia Scandinavian Peninsula Fennoscandian Peninsula Spmi West Nordic East Mitteleuropa Danubian countries Prussia (region) Galicia (Eastern Europe) Curonian Spit Izyum Trail Lithuania Minor Visegrd Group Southeastern Balkans Aegean Islands North Caucasus Kabardia Southern Russia European Russia Central Alpine countries Benelux Low Countries West Northwest British Isles Channel Islands Iberia Pyrenees South Italian Peninsula Insular Italy Tuscan Archipelago Gibraltar Arc Southeastern Mediterranean Baltic Crimea Donbass Sloboda Ukraine Germanic Romance Celtic Slavic countries European Plain Eurasian Steppe PonticCaspian steppe Wild Fields Pannonian Basin Volhynia Karelia East Karelia Oceania Australasia New Guinea Zealandia Australia Capital Country Eastern Australia Lake Eyre basin MurrayDarling basin Northern Australia Nullarbor Plain Outback Southern Australia Sunraysia Great Victoria Desert Melanesia Pacific Islands Micronesia Pacific Islands Polynesia Pacific Islands Ring of Fire Polar Antarctic Arctic Oceans World (Sea) Arctic Atlantic Indian Pacific Great Barrier Reef Mariana Trench Ring of Fire Southern Convergence List of seas Continents of the world/ List of seas/ Physical Earth . Main article: Geological history of the Earth. p.50. Planet Earth. He also questioned the division into three of what is really a single landmass,[48] a debate that continues nearly two and a half millennia later. The craton itself is an accretionary complex of ancient mobile belts (mountain belts) from earlier cycles of subduction, continental collision and break-up from plate tectonic activity. New York: Oxford University Press; p. (Ed.) Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson. Retrieved 2013-01-08. Berkeley: University of California Press. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. You have typed the web address incorrectly. In the accompanying book Cosmographiae Introductio, Waldseemller noted that the earth is divided into four parts, Europe, Asia, Africa and the fourth part, which he named "America" after Amerigo Vespucci's first name.[55] On the map, the word "America" was placed on part of South America. Wigen (1997).

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