List of countries by population in 1700
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This is a list of countries by population in 1700. Estimate numbers are from the beginning of the year and exact population figures are for countries that held a census on various dates in the 1700s. The bulk of these numbers are sourced from Alexander V. Avakov's Two Thousand Years of Economic Statistics, Volume 1, pages 18 to 20, which cover population figures from the year 1700 divided into modern borders. Avakov, in turn, cites a variety of sources, mostly Angus Maddison.
- List of countries by population
- List of countries by population in 1000
- List of countries by population in 1500
- List of countries by population in 1600
- List of countries by population in 1800
- List of countries by population in 1900
- List of countries by population in 1907
- List of countries by population in 2000
- List of countries by population in 2005
- "The World at Six Billion". UN Population Division. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016., Table 2
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- Rowe, William T. (2009). China's Last Empire: The Great Qing. p. 91.
- The combined population of Germany (15m), Austria (2.5m), Czechia (3.242m), Belgium (2m), Slovenia (0.248m), and a third of Italy (4.4m), Avakov, p. 18-20.
- J.P. Sommerville. "The Holy Roman Empire in the Seventeenth Century". Retrieved 21 May 2017.. Archived here. The figure of 20 million is given for "Germany, Austria, and Bohemia", a definition of the Empire that specifically excludes the Empire's Italian territories such as the Savoyard state, Milan, and Tuscany, as well as its territories in the Low Countries.
- Avakov, p. 18.
- And related territories roughly covering the modern borders of Austria. Avakov, p. 18.
- Dwyer, Philip G. The Rise of Prussia 1700–1830. United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis, 2014. Page 52. The population of all of the King in Prussia's domains is given as 1.5 million in 1713, and the bulk of these lived within the Empire, rather than in the smaller and more barren holding in Ducal Prussia.
- Wilson, Peter H. War, State and Society in Württemberg, 1677–1793. 1995. Page 43.
- Peter Wilson. "German Armies: War and German Society, 1648–1806." 2002. Page 21. Combined population of Luneberg and Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel.
- Jean-Noël Biraben, "The History of the Human Population From the First Beginnings to the Present" in "Demography: Analysis and Synthesis: A Treatise in Population" (Eds: Graziella Caselli, Jacques Vallin, Guillaume J. Wunsch) Vol 3, Chapter 66, pp 5–18, Academic Press, San Diego. (2005)
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- Maddison. "Growth of World Population GDP and GDP Per Capita before 1820" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2017.
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- Roughly the modern borders of Slovenia. Avakov, p. 20.
- Mitchison, A History of Scotland, pp. 291–2 and 301-2.
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- Grada, C. O. "The Population of Ireland: 1700–1900, A Survey".
- "ESTIMATED POPULATION OF AMERICAN COLONIES: 1610 TO 1780".
- "Population of the English West Indies, 1655–1755" (PDF).
- Based on 1618 population map Archived 2013-02-17 at the Wayback Machine (p.115), 1618 languages map (p.119), 1657–1667 losses map (p.128) and 1717 map Archived 2013-02-17 at the Wayback Machine (p.141) from Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski, Poland a Historical Atlas, Hippocrene Books, 1987, ISBN 0-88029-394-2
- Li 1998, p. 160-171.
- Dwyer, p. 52.
- Geoffrey Symcox. "Victor Amadaeus II: Absolutism in the Savoyard State, 1675–1730." Page 245.
- Clarke, Michael Edmund (2008-04-10). "In the Eye of Power: China and Xinjiang from the Qing Conquest to the "New Great Game" for Central Asia, 1759 – 2004" (PDF). p. 37. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2008-04-10. Retrieved 2021-11-11.
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- (a) Yoshio Oguchi, "Demographics of Satsuma Domian", Reimeikan Chōsa Kenkyū Hōkoku (no. 11), pp. 87–134 (1998). (b) Yoshio Oguchi, "Demographics of Satsuma Domian and early modern Ryūkyū", Reimeikan Chōsa Kenkyū Hōkoku (no. 13), pp. 1–42 (2000) (all in Japanese).
- Li, Tana (1998). Nguyen Cochinchina: Southern Vietnam in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Cornell University Press. ISBN 9781501732577.
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