Note about the maps:
In mapping “Christianity and Islam” we distinguished between sacredTerm associated with religious and spiritual practices performed by one or different groups in a site or place. sitesNamed locations listed and categorized by F. W. Hasluck according to his own typology. as listed by Frederick W. HasluckFrederick William Hasluck (16 February 1878 – 22 February 1920) was an English antiquarian, historian, and archaeologist. Source: Wikipedia For more on Hasluck's life and work see Frederick and Margaret Hasluck. himself, placesNamed locations mentioned by F. W Hasluck in relation to religious sites, groups and practices, monuments or citing other sources. and locationsActual, geocoded locations of sites or places in latitude/longitude coordinates. See Tools and Methods for more.
SACRED SITES: CONVERSION, CO-EXISTENCE, INTERACTION
This map was generated from Part I (“Tranferences from Christianity to Islam and vice versa”) of “Christianity and Islam”. Use the “visible layers” box to (de)activate map layers.
AMBIGUOUS SITES: THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE BEKTASHI
This map was generated from Chapter XLII (“The geographical distribution of the Bektashi”).
PLACES: THE GEOGRAPHY OF “CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM”
This map shows places that are mentioned in “Christianity and Islam” at least five times.
This is a “heatmap” alternative view of the previous map showing the density of place mentions in “Christianity and Islam”.