It includes a "free-for-all" region, the Timucua War Zone, which should create a fun opportunity for players to fight it out, while strategically maneuvering through the territories to secure additional bonuses. I like the middle sections as a "free for all" section, where each territory attacks the other. Your usage of the word "territory" threw me off a bit here...
The speakers will address how to draft best-in-class art appraisals for insurance purposes as well as complicated insurance terminology, the general scope of various coverage terms and the differing roles of insurance professionals such as agents, brokers and underwriters.
January 22, 2015 - Save the Date for Art Congress Cologne 2015NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that it is a premium partner of ART CONGRESS COLOGNE to be held on April 17, 2015 in association with and parallel to ART COLOGNE.
You can see that humans have the most history in the Middle East, India and of course Africa itself (the map does not show the much longer history of migration within Africa).
October 12, 2015 - The Global Center of Innovation for the i2M Standards NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that the Global Center of Innovation for the i2M Standards, previously known as the SUNY Center of Innovation, has launched i2M, the first standards-based technology approach to addressing the challenge of faked, forged and stolen art. Department of Homeland Security, the Presidents Cultural Property Advisory Committee, insurers as well as independent art attorneys and art history and forensic materials scientists will discuss the legal, forensic and geo-political trends for combating art crimes from fakes and forgeries to looted and stolen art.
I want to start with this map because it's a reminder that the world is first and foremost made up of people; to me, the best maps are primarily about showing us people, not politics or geography.