Hypothesized map of Indo-European migration and the expansion of Indo-European languages, based on symmetric wave expansion from central focuses with further migration along most suitable geographical routes.
Do you pronounce the “r” in “arm”? [[MORE]]by bezzleford: Cambridge University has helped illustrate the change in pronunciation across England. In this example they’ve mapped the change in rhoticity in England.
A linguistic map of the languages and dialects within Europe MuturZikin - Linguistic maps of Europe, Africa, America and Oceania. Priority is given to endangered languages and minority linguistic people.
Genetic Map of Europe. If you have had your DNA analyzed, you have a good idea of the information on this map, though it is given by tribal or cultural group, and not haplo-group. Over time, the general direction of population movement was west.