Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe
Entitled Armia mongolska (Mongol Army), the described figures of the Mongol Horsemen infographic, which served to illustrate this military force organized by Genghis Khan that razed Asia and entered victoriously on European soil in 1241, closes the set of Infographics90 material used by Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe to illustrate the manual dedicated to the history of humanity between Prehistory and the Modern Age.
The Basilica of Hagia Sophia, built with spectacular magnificence by order of Emperor Justinian (483-565) in the 6th century in Constantinople, serves to showcase the splendor of Byzantium. Built on a Greek cross ground plan and crowned by a 30 m diameter central dome, Hagia Sophia was the largest Christian temple until the 16th century. Its construction was directed by the architects Antemio de Tralles and Isidore of Miletus. Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe entitled the infographic with the name of Hagia Sophia.
The Roman civilization was represented in the history manual of the Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe, a Polish publisher specialized in textbooks, by two infographics: The Roman City and Engineering in Antiquity, which were respectively entitled as Życie w Wiecznym Mieście (Life in the Eternal City) and Budowa akweduktu (Construction of an Aqueduct), two of images most used by Infographics90's clients to illustrate the Roman Empire. The infographic of the aqueduct includes a section view of part of the layout of this Roman civil engineering work, incorporated by Gdansk publishing house.
The Roman City pages: 66-67
Engineering in Antiquity page: 73
The city of Olympia, located in the western half of the Peloponnese, home of the largest temple dedicated to Zeus and a place where the Greeks held athletic games every four years in honor of the gods, could not be missing among the infographics that Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe included in the pages dedicated to Antiquity. The infographic, entitled Starożytna Olimpia (Ancient Olympia), is part of a history manual that spans from Prehistory to the end of the Middle Ages.
Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe (Gdansk Educational Publishing House) used the infographic entitled Nile Transportation to illustrate the theme Czym był Nil dla Egiptu? (What Was the Nile for Egypt?) in the pages dedicated to the civilization of Ancient Egypt, in one of their history books for high school students, in which six other Infographics90 documents appear. The Polish publisher included in each infographic a section with questions about its content. Founded in 1991, Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe is one of the most innovative publishers in the treatment of textbooks and multimedia resources.
Like other publishers of educational materials, the Polish firm Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe (Gdansk Educational Publishing House) has extensively drawn on Infographics90 materials to illustrate the contents of its history books. So, for example, they used Life in a Cave infographic to illustrate the theme Jak ¿yli ludzie starszej epoki kamiennej? (How Did the People of the Stone Age Live?). Regarding the original image, Gdansk Editorial opted for a simpler presentation, to obtain style unity for the different illustrations. Founded in 1991, Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe was one of the first private textbook publishers in Poland.