Awhile back, I also became a Co-Administrator of the "Norman" Project. It's official name is England GB Groups eij (Norman), but I just call it the "Norman" Project. This is a history project instead of a surname, Haplogroup or geographic project. It focuses on the men who were with William the Conqueror when he invaded England in 1066 and the "eij" part of the official title signifies that they think most of these men were in yDNA Haplogroups E, I and J. The word Norman is itself a contraction of Norse Man and they were Norwegian and Danish Vikings who had settled (conquered) the Normandy area of France.
I know. So, what is a descendant of the Yamnaya horse riders from the Pontic Steppe doing with Vikings? Well, believe it or not, I'm their technical adviser with regard to SNPs and SNP testing.
In any case, one of my fellow Co-Administrators linked Members to this wonderful set of European "tribal" (really Haplographic) maps and I wanted to share the link with you.http://www.abroadintheyard.com/maps-of-europes-ancient-tribes-kingdoms-and-y-dna/
I love the starting picture, which shows the Earth, probably as seen from the International Space Station, but seemingly out the window of an old cottage. Then, they have maps from about 9,000, 4,000, 1,000 and 800 years ago, showing how the various Haplogroups have spread throughout Europe during that period of time and then have become mixed. The maps are a little light for my taste, but you can enhance their boldness by clicking on them. Once you do that, you can also zoom in on any area you choose.