Excellent Archive of Tartary Maps and Cultures

According to the old world maps, at times it reached the borders of China and Mongolia. Little is known about the people inhabiting the land at that time and due to the lack of information people are still speculating if it was an area or an actual country. Europeans during the 19th century and earlier seem to have called Asian areas Tartary before they explored them and recorded them in greater detail.

Was Tartaria’s history deleted?

This is an excerpt of the declassified CIA document created in 1957.

The declassified CIA document about Tartaria was declassified in 1998. (Source: https://www.cia.gov/library)

According to Wikipedia:

“Tartary (Latin: Tartaria) or Great Tartary (Latin: Tartaria Magna) was a historical region in Asia located between the Caspian Sea-Ural Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Tartary was a blanket term used by Europeans for the areas of Central Asia, North Asia, and East Asia unknown to European geography. It encompassed the vast region of the Pontic-Caspian steppe, the Volga-Urals, the Caucasus, Siberia, Inner Asia, Mongolia and Manchuria.

Knowledge of Manchuria, Siberia and Central Asia in Europe prior to the 18th century was limited. The entire area was known simply as “Tartary” and its inhabitants “Tartars”. In the Early modern period, as understanding of the geography increased, Europeans began to subdivide Tartary into sections with prefixes denoting the name of the ruling power or the geographical location. Thus, Siberia was Great Tartary or Russian Tartary, the Crimean Khanate was Little Tartary, Manchuria was Chinese Tartary, and western Central Asia (prior to becoming Russian Central Asia) was known as Independent Tartary.”

Wikipedia claims that Tartaria was a blanket term and that not much knowledge was available to Europeans but in this book below written by Giovanni da Pian del Carpine in 1252 we can find an extensive research made about the Tartars and their empire.

10 thoughts on “Excellent Archive of Tartary Maps and Cultures

  1. Joseph Fogarty November 5, 2021 at 7:18 pm Reply

    Hi Jaimie, Please watch on YouTube the lost history of earth by Isaac Taylor part 1 and part 2 What is the narrative of the past and what happened to the indigenous Indians of the Americas?

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  2. Kenneth T. November 5, 2021 at 10:12 pm Reply

    Given enough time – our history will be deleted… and then rewritten as something new.


  3. Joseph Fogarty November 5, 2021 at 11:03 pm Reply

    What about the amazing antiquetech over here? Do you watch Jon Levi on youtube?


    • verendun November 8, 2021 at 10:52 pm Reply

      Pure speculation, conjecture etc.


  4. jubal hershaw November 6, 2021 at 12:35 am Reply

    I reckon, should a hot war break out between the USA and China, both will bomb the others satellite allies, rather than directly bomb each other. Australia’s alignment with USA interests and the presence of US military bases on Australian soil, make the satellite ally a prime target. My bet is that after the hostilities America will accede Australia to China’s sphere of interest (Or Australians will switch their alliance – for the sake of “peace”).
    Within a generation or two, Sino-Australian history will have been rewritten (“Oz was always under Peking’s Wing” it will be claimed). I’m learning Official Chinese in readiness, and expect the Kids, and grandkids to marry into Chinese families.


    • verendun November 8, 2021 at 10:54 pm Reply

      “I reckon, should a hot war break out between the USA and China” You mean the USA will declare war? How many wars has the PRC started? Compare that with the USA since WWII


  5. ew1934 November 6, 2021 at 1:17 am Reply

    Very interesting history of the Tartary. So much of actual history has unfortunately been obliterated.


    • verendun November 6, 2021 at 3:36 am Reply

      So what has been obliterated? It is easy to make such a claim because it is impossible to disprove, a classical conspiracy theory ploy.


  6. verendun November 6, 2021 at 3:34 am Reply

    You somehow forgot to cite the Wikipedia page for Giovanni da Pian del Carpine. Also, just because a single author published does not mean much was known. You also failed to point out the contents of the sources and citations and links to other data.
    Why didn’t you mention Marco Polo?


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