Maps of China
If you notice any glaring errors in the maps below, by all means, correct me.
The Three Kingdoms circa 220 A.D.
Wei ruled the north, Wu the southeast, and Shu the southwest; their territories were comparable in size. This map indicates the location of the various state capitals: Cheng Du for Shu, Jian Ye for Wu, and Luo Yang and Xu Chang for Wei. Not all the various capitals of Wu and Wei are noted, as I've chosen to show only those mentioned in Dynasty Warriors. Chang An is the city to which Dong Zhuo moved the Emperor after burning Luo Yang. If you compare this map to the province map below, you'll notice that Wei and Wu share two provinces, Jing and Yang.
Provinces of China circa 200 A.D.
Nothing to comment on this map, except to say the colors were arbitrarily chosen and mean nothing.
Last updated: 15 April 2008.