Countries of Europe in 1360 with a Map

Can you name all the countries of Europe in 1360?
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Holy Roman Empire outlined in red.
Kingdom of France outlined in purple.
Swiss Confederacy and associates outlined in green.
Quiz by Dekkie
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Last updated: August 18, 2021
First submittedSeptember 19, 2020
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Countries
Aachen
Aalen
Abergavenny
Achaea
Achty
Aghul
Ahaus
Alania
Alba
Albania
(Kingdom)
Albania
(Principality)
Alençon
Alty
Ancona
Andorra
Angelokastro and Lepanto
Anhalt
Anjou
Apremont
Aquileia
Aragon
Arborea
Arenberg
Arezzo
Arnsberg
Arta
Artois
Athens
Augsburg
(Bishopric)
Augsburg
(Free City)
Austria
Auvergne
Auxerre
Avar Khanate
Baden
Badeweiler
Bamberg
Bar
Bârlad
Basel
(Bishopric)
Basel
(Free City)
Bavaria-Landshut
Bavaria-Munich
Bavaria-Straubing
Béarn
Beichlingen
Belluno
Belmont
Beloozero
Bentheim
Berat
Berchtesgaden
Berg
Bern
Berry
Besançon
Beuren
Biberach
Biel
Bitsch
Blaenllynfi
Blamont
Blankenburg
Blois
Blue Horde
Bohemia
Bologna
Bolokhovia
Bopfingen
Bosnia
Bourbonnais
Bourges
Brabant
Brandenburg
(Bishopric)
Brandenburg
(Electorate)
Braničevo
Brecon
Breisgau
Bremen
(Archbishopric)
Bremen
(Free City)
Breslau
Brittany
Brixen
Bromfield and Yale
Bruchhausen
Brzeg
Buchau
Buchhorn
Builth
Burgau
Burgundy
(County)
Burgundy
(Duchy)
Byzantine Empire
Caerleon
Caldecote
Cambrai
Camerino
Cammin
Cantref Bychan
Carinthia
Carniola
Carnwyllion
Castell
Castile
Caus
Celje
Countries
Cemais
Chepstow
Chiny
Chirk
Chur
Cieszyn
Cilgerran
Circassia
Cittá di Castello
Clandeboye
Clanricarde
Clavesana
Clermont
Cleves
Clifford
Clun
Colditz
Colmar
Cologne
(Electorate)
Cologne
(Free City)
Comminges
Connacht
Constance
(Bishopric)
Constance
(Free City)
Corvey
Courland
Couserans
Couto Misto
Cuijk
Culm
Cwmwd Deuddwr
Dagsburg
Delmenhorst
Denbigh
Denmark
Desmond
Didoya
Diepholz
Dinkelsbühl
Disentis
Dithmarschen
Dobruja
Dobrzyń
Dohna
Donauwörth
Doria
Dorpat
Dortmund
Dresden
Dreux
Durdzuki
Dyffryn Clwyd
Eberstein
Eichstätt
Elfael
Ellwangen
Emlyn
Empire of Simeon Uroš
Empúries
Engelburg
Enghien
England
Erbach
Eschenbach
Essen
Esslingen
Everstein
Évreux
Ewyas
Falkenstein
Fénétrange
Fermanagh
Fermo
Ferrara
Finale
Flanders
Fleckenstein
Flenkenstein
Flint
Florence
Foix
Forez
Fosdinovo
France
(Royal Domain)
Frankfurt
Freising
Fribourg
Friedburg
Frisia
Fulda
Fürstenberg
Galich-Mersky
Gelnhausen
Gelre
Geneva
(County)
Geneva
(Bishopric)
Gengenbach
Genoa
Gersau
Giengen
Glamorgan
Glarus
Gleichen
Glogow
Goldegg
Gorizia
Countries
Goslar
Gotland
Göttingen
Gower
Granada
Grubenhagen
Gruyères
Gwrtheyrnion
Gwynllwg
Hachberg
Haguenau
Hainaut
Halberstadt
Hall
Halland
Hamburg
Hanau
Hansca
Hattstatt
Havelsburg
Haverford
Hawarden
Hay
Hayingen
Heiligenberg
Heinsberg
Helfenstein
Hellenstein
Henneberg
Hersfeld
Hesse
Hildesheim
Hohenberg
Hohengeroldseck
Hohenlimburg
Hohenlohe
Hohenzollern
Hohnstein
Holland
Homburg
Hoorn
Hopedale
Höwen
Hoya
Hungary
Huntingdon
Iașilor
Imola
Inowrocław
Is Cennen
Isenburg
Iveagh
Jülich
Kaitak
Katzenelnbogen
Kayserberg
Kempten
(Abbacy)
Kempten
(Free City)
Kevernburg
Kidwelly
Kiel
Kiev
Kildare
Kirchberg
Kling
Knights Hospitaller
Königsegg
Kornelimünster
Kozelsk
Kura
La Marche
Langres
Lauenburg
Laufenburg
Laugharne
Lausanne
Lebus
Legnica
Leiningen
Leisnig
Lekia
Leuchtenberg
Leutkirch
Lichtenberg
Liège
Limpurg
Lindau
(County)
Lindau
(Free City)
Lippe
Lithuania
Livonian Order
Llansteffan
Llawhaden
Loon
Lorraine
Löwenstein
Lübeck
(Bishopric)
Lübeck
(Free City)
Lubin
Lucca
Lucerne
Lüneburg
Lützelstein
Luxembourg
Lyon
Mâcon
Countries
Maelienydd
Maelor Saesneg
Magdeburg
Maine
Mainz
Malaspina
Manderscheid
Mansfeld
Mantua
Mark
Masovia
Mayo
Meissen
(Burgraviate)
Meissen
(Margraviate)
Memmingen
Merseburg
Metz
(Bishopric)
Metz
(Free City)
Mezetsk
Milan
Minden
Misox
Modena
Moki
Moldavia
Monaco
Monmouth
Montbeliard
Montferrat
Montfort
Moravia
Mosbach
Mühlhausen
Mulhouse
Münster
(Bishopric)
Munster
(Free City)
Munster
(Irish kingdom)
Murbach
Murom
Murten
Muscovy
Namur
Naples
Narberth
Narbonne
Nassau
Naumburg
Navarra
Naxos
Nellenburg
Neopatras
Neuchâtel
Neuenahr
Nevers
Nidwalden
Nizhny Novgorod-Suzdal
Novgorod-Seversky
Novosil
Noli
Nordhausen
Nordlingen
Norway
Novgorod
Nuremberg
(Burgraviate)
Nuremberg
(Free City)
Nysa
Obernai
Obwalden
O'Cahan
Ochsenhausen
Offenburg
Oldenburg
Olesnica
Opava
Opole
Oriel
Orange
Orlamünde
Ormond
Ortenburg
Ösel-Wiek
Osnabrück
Oswestry
Oswiecim
Öttingen
Ottobeuren
Ottoman Beylik
Ovruch
Paderborn
Padua
Palatinate
Pallars Sobirà
Papal States
Passau
Pavia
Payerne
Pebidiog
Pembroke
Perche
Perm
Perugia
Pesaro
Pfullendorf
Piedmont
Pisa
Pitigliano
Countries
Poland
Poljica
Pomerania-Stettin
Pomerania-Wolgast
Pomesania
Portugal
Powys
Pronsk
Provence
Prüm
Pskov
Putivl
Püttlingen
Pyrmont
Querfort
Radnor
Ragusa
Rappolstein
Ratzeburg
Raugraviate
Ravenna
Ravensberg
Ravensburg
Regensburg
(Bishopric)
Regensburg
(Free City)
Reggio
Rendsburg
Rethel
Reutlingen
Rheingraviate
Richard's Castle
Rieneck
Rietberg
Riga
(Archbishopric)
Riga
(City)
Rimini
Rochefort
Rosheim
Rostov
Rothenburg
Rottenmünster
Rottweil
Ruppin
Rutul
Ryazan
Rylsk
Rzhev
Saarbrücken
Saarwerden
Salem
Salm
Saluzzo
Salzburg
Sambia
Samogitia
San Marino
Sargans
Sausenburg
Savoy
Saxony
Sayn
Schauenburg
Schaumberg
Schleswig
Schlettstadt
Schussenried
Schwalenberg
Schwarzburg
Schweinfurt
Schwerin
(Bishopric)
Schwerin
(County)
Schwyz
Scinawa
Scotland
Schönburg
Senarica
Serbia
Shirvan
Shuya
Sicily
Siena
Simsir
Sion
Sirichgaran
Smolensk
Solms
Solothurn
Soroca
Sovana
Speyer
(Bishopric)
Speyer
(Free City)
Spiegelberg
Sponheim
Stapleton
Stargard
Stauferstadt
Stavelot-Malmedy
St. Blaise
St Clears
St. Gallen
St. Maurice
Stolberg
Strasbourg
(Bishopric)
Strasbourg
(Free City)
Stühlingen
Styria
Countries
Sundgau
Sweden
Swidnica
Tabasaran
Taranto
Tarki
Tarnovo
Tarusa
Teck
Tecklenburg
Teutonic Order
The Glens
The Isles
Theodoro
Thomond
Thuringia
Toggenburg
Tonnerre
Toropets
Torzhok
Toul
(Bishopric)
Toul
(Free City)
Trakai
Tregrug
Trelech
Trent
Tresana
Trier
Trieste
Truhendingen
Tübingen
Turckheim
Tver
Tyrconnell
Tyrol
Tyrone
Überlingen
Ulm
Urbino
Urgell
Uri
Urseren
Usk
Utrecht
Valais
Valona
Vaudemont
Veldenz
Venice
Ventimiglia
Verden
Verdun
Veringen
Verona
Vidin
Visby
Vladimir
Vogtland
Vyazemskoy
Waldburg
Waldeck
Waldenburg
Wales
Walkenried
Wallachia
Wangen
Warmia
Weggis
Weil
Weingarten
Weissenburg
Werden-Helmstedt
Werdenburg
Werle
Wernigerode
Wertheim
Westerburg
Wetzlar
White Horde
Wied
Wigmore
Wildenburg
Wimpfen
Windsheim
Wissembourg
Wittgenstein
Wolfenbüttel
Worms
(Bishopric)
Worms
(Free City)
Wunstorf
Württemberg
Würzburg
Yaroslavl
Yelets
Ystlwyf
Żagań
Zaozyorye
Zeeland
Zeta
Ziebice
Ziegenhain
Zug
Zurich
Zvenigorod
Zweibrücken
Zweifalten
+18
Level 74
Sep 19, 2020
This is a cool map
+5
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks!
+8
Level 59
Sep 20, 2020
Crazy work for this map, congrats!

Just a small needed change I spotted. It's not "Besacon" but "Besançon".

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Level 59
Sep 20, 2020
also :

Not "Hagenau" but "Haguenau"

Not "Gruyéres" but "Gruyères"

Not "Strassbourg" but "Strasbourg"

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Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks. It took about 70+ hours of work. I really appreciate the corrections as well, thank you!
+3
Level 63
Apr 13, 2021
Well, the German name of the city is still Hagenau so Hagenau should still be accepted as a type-in.
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Level 69
Sep 20, 2020
You misspelled Besançon as Besacon.
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Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Corrected. Thanks for letting me know!
+5
Level 57
Sep 20, 2020
The Maps looks amazing and scary as well... Nice Quiz and Nice SVG!
+2
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks! It took a lot of effort.
+2
Level 68
Sep 20, 2020
Awesome quiz! Just one thing though, you might want to adjust the width of the quiz so that it doesn't overlap the advertisements.
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Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks! It should be a bit wider now.
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Level 68
May 11, 2021
Found another thing: Maybe accept native type-ins as well? Like for example "Nürnberg" for "Nuremberg", "Bayern" for "Bavaria", "Neuenburg" for "Neuchâtel"...etc etc. Oh and can "Dubrovnik" be accepted for "Ragusa"?

But then again, great quiz!

+15
Level 72
Sep 20, 2020
Damn. Freaking hell. German Reunification was a such nice thing that we don't need to memorize this many city-states for just Europe. Either way, definitely amazing effort. 5 star and nommed :D
+4
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks! Yeah, this one definitely tested my mapping and SVG skills quite a bit. Thank the lord for the German mediatisation and Von Bismarck.
+8
Level 73
Sep 21, 2020
On the other hand, had Germany not unified, we might just possibly have avoided a World War or two.
+2
Level 44
Sep 20, 2020
Wow! Amazing map!
+1
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks!
+2
Level 67
Sep 20, 2020
Isn't Castille with 2 l's? Otherwise great quiz!
+4
Level 59
Sep 20, 2020
Not in English spelling (I had the same thought at first and I checked !), but as a suggestion for the author, maybe it would be good for our mental health that you have it accepted with typing "Castille" :)
+3
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks! It's not spelled like that in English, but I've added it in as an alternative type-in.
+6
Level 65
Sep 20, 2020
70+ Hours for a Map? That alone deserves a Nomination XD
+1
Level 55
Sep 20, 2020
Thanks! Yep, it's been hard work, hahaha.
+2
Level 63
Dec 3, 2020
Amazing quiz and amazing map, nominated + 5 Stars. Could you correct "Offensburg" to "Offenburg" though?
+2
Level 55
Dec 4, 2020
Thanks! I've corrected this while updating this quiz.
+2
Level 84
Dec 7, 2020
Great work, I love the map!
+1
Level 55
Dec 7, 2020
Thanks! It was hard work.
+4
Level 55
Jan 20, 2021
65/630. I love your choice of year, because the HRE looked like this! Nommed
+2
Level 55
Jan 20, 2021
Thanks!
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Level 72
Jan 31, 2021
5 stars and nominated. "Modern day Germany" looks much scarier back then. Great job!!
+2
Level 55
Jan 31, 2021
Thanks! It was pretty scary to draw it all, honestly.
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Level 76
Aug 22, 2021
I think Germany looks much scarier around 1940...
+1
Level 54
Feb 1, 2021
this map is ridiculous
+3
Level 53
Mar 10, 2021
Well...not really. Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, and Iberia are pretty reasonable. I believe you mean Wales and the Holy Roman Empire are ridiculous.
+8
Level 67
May 10, 2021
Feudalism was ridiculous
+3
Level 54
Mar 26, 2021
Also, how do you find the data for mega quizzes like these? I can never find close to enough data for historical quizzes like these
+3
Level 55
Apr 8, 2021
A lot of personal knowledge, research, several maps on Wikipedia and YouTube videos. Sometimes sources tend contradict each other or are very hard to get by, so (rarely) some liberties were taken from time to time.
+3
Level 27
Apr 8, 2021
this map is insane

here you go, have a nomination and 5 stars

+2
Level 55
Apr 8, 2021
Thanks!
+3
Level 61
Apr 10, 2021
So basically 1360s Europe has more countries than twice that of the present
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Level 55
Apr 10, 2021
More than three times the current amount we have in the entire world pretty much.
+1
Level 67
Apr 10, 2021
Incredible map. Nominated.
+1
Level 55
Apr 10, 2021
Thank you!
+1
Level 38
May 1, 2021
Please accept "Wroclaw" for Breslau.

Anyway, good quiz! Nominated.

+1
Level 55
May 1, 2021
Thanks! Wroclaw should work now.
+1
Level 74
May 10, 2021
Croatia was part of Hungary in that time.
+1
Level 55
May 10, 2021
Croatia's status was pretty complicated throughout the Middle Ages as far as I'm aware. However, I've decided to merge it with Hungary as soon as the quiz is updated.
+5
Level ∞
May 10, 2021
I approved the change, but no more changes that involve resetting the stats please.
+1
Level 55
May 11, 2021
That's totally fine. In the case of possible spelling errors there shouldn't be any necessary resets.
+2
Level 38
May 10, 2021
Honestly though, who can ace this?!?

Scary, but nice quiz....Nominated :)

+1
Level 55
May 11, 2021
Thanks!
+3
Level 73
May 11, 2021
I think it should be Heinsberg, not Heinsburg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lordship_of_Heinsberg

+3
Level 82
May 14, 2021
Ain't nobody got time for that
+4
Level 82
Aug 19, 2021
Nor for English class, apparently.
+3
Level 48
May 14, 2021
I love these historical quizzes, especially with maps. Thank you for all your efforts! :)

I found one misspelling: Westenburg should be "Westerburg". There is a Westenburg, but it's in South Africa.

(I can fully understand why unifying Germany was such a huge challenge in the 19th century. I'm sorry for the Prussian domination, though. This version looks so much more "multi-coloured". It's not one culture but several.)

+1
Level 55
May 14, 2021
Thanks!
+2
Level 34
Jun 25, 2021
woooooohooooooo got 56
+2
Level 64
Jun 25, 2021
This must have took you days, if not weeks to make! And the other year ones. I went at it for 20 minutes, covered the majority of the map, but still only got 140 something out of over 600! Great quiz, I'm off to Google most of these places to read up!
+1
Level 55
Jun 25, 2021
Thanks! This did indeed take forever to make. I'd estimate around 80+ hours with additional changes and everything.
+3
Level 64
Jun 25, 2021
If anything, Portugal is consistent
+5
Level 69
Jun 25, 2021
To answer the question underneath the title:

No.

+2
Level 68
Jun 25, 2021
Another great quiz! I feel like I know next to nothing about Europe at the time period haha, but it's still really cool to look at and certainly deserved the feature!
+2
Level 55
Jun 25, 2021
Thanks!
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Level 70
Jun 26, 2021
Even with the knowledge granted me by Crusader Kings and Europa Universalis, I've still only got 150 so far. I'm gonna keep trying, though, because I'm a masochist.
+1
Level 55
Jun 26, 2021
Good luck, ahahaha.
+2
Level 49
Jun 26, 2021
lithuania has slightly decreased in size.
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Level 55
Jun 26, 2021
It was at one point the biggest country entirely within Europe, although it was sparsely populated.
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Level 54
Jun 26, 2021
Could you please accept the name of the noble which controlled the Balkan rump states for the name of the state itself? Here in the Balkans, people who actually study this period never use the name of the capital fort to designate these territories.. and they were basically just short-lived breakaway states.
+2
Level 55
Jun 26, 2021
Sure, I've looked into it and changes are pending.
+2
Level 65
Jun 28, 2021
This is amazing, and now the nothing I knew about kingdoms of the 1300s has been exposed. Was there actually a concept of "a country" in the 1300s? Preliminary research suggests that nation-states didn't really exist for another couple hundred years.
+2
Level 55
Jun 28, 2021
Thanks! Of course the term "country" wouldn't be 100% accurate in this case, but it should be good enough to describe the polities as shown on the map here.
+2
Level 22
Jun 28, 2021
If someone get 100% he is a god
+1
Level 42
Jun 28, 2021
Really great quiz! I had no idea Germany looked like that in 1360...
+2
Level 57
Jul 2, 2021
It was all nominally part of the Holy Roman Empire, but that didn't really function as a single country for most purposes.
+1
Level 76
Aug 22, 2021
The pre-1871 territories are commonly called "patchwork rug" within Germany.
+1
Level 85
Jun 28, 2021
This is why kids hated European history.
+2
Level 48
Jul 8, 2021
Alba is misspelt as "Arba".

Fénétrange is misspelt as "Fenestrange".

I'm learning the states of the Holy Roman Empire by playing your other quiz practically every day. :) Now I can remember these very well.

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Level 55
Jul 8, 2021
Thanks! Changes pending.
+1
Level 82
Aug 18, 2021
Congratulations to the one who got a perfect 636. What's the secret to your success?
+1
Level 64
Aug 19, 2021
Imagine having to learn that and be tested on it in school.
+2
Level 82
Aug 19, 2021
Just about nailed the average score. Got Colditz (6%), missed Athens (76%). D'oh!
+3
Level 80
Aug 19, 2021
I lived in Montbeliard on my year abroad and would never have thought to put it. I didn't realise it was independent at one point.
+2
Level 55
Aug 19, 2021
It was independent for a few centuries before it was acquired by the County of Württemberg in 1444.
+2
Level 67
Aug 24, 2021
Insane. Maybe the most epic quizz around.
+1
Level 45
Aug 29, 2021
Incredibly awesome! But I think names should always be accepted in local languages as well, so Styria -> Steiermark and Tyrol -> Tirol, possibly other Austrian places as well
+1
Level 71
Sep 1, 2021
Sorry to say but in Wales they were counties not countries
+1
Level 55
Sep 2, 2021
Marches, not counties.
+2
Level 20
Sep 15, 2021
only 46-47 people got 636 out of like 12000. I think the official numbers are 0.38% with 636s. Crazy. Congrats to you crazy people
+1
Level 30
Oct 12, 2021
ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!
+2
Level 46
Oct 30, 2021
when you get Ulm but not France