Generally good graphics on the map.
If you are going for the effect of an ancient map, then the hand written font for the neighbouring countries is realistic, however, the territory labels are not.
Is it a font that you used or did you write the Countries by hand (calligraphy)?
The ship graphic is out of place with the ancient map theme too, so will have to be in the style used by ancient cartographers.
Also for it to be a realistic looking ancient map, it would have to have Longitude & Latitude lines, whether exact / scaled or not, as well as hand drawn graphics and a compass rose around the map.
Territory Labels couldn't be white, they would be written in ink and so would have to have been written on blank parts / gaps over the territories, to be seen.
We can achieve this by using the same colour as the parchment paper as a back-spray behind each label, taking great care not to break the intuitiveness of the territory dividers and region borders.
A lot of thought goes into positioning, so try and get the look of the labels right first, then experiment by moving and scaling them. Keep them all in the same style and size them all pretty much the same. Normally, enlarging the font is only utilised to signify a larger area / region over the surrounding territories, but we normally only signify region names in the mini-map, which saves clutter on the game map.
Bordering Countries normally have to have some sort of shade / colour to differentiate them from sea / water.
File Type & Size:
Use JPG files to post in the Map Thread, it uses less disk space and is quicker to download / refresh compared to a PNG file.
Just a few things for you to go on with, ready to produce the next draft.
Hyd yn oed er fy mod Cymraeg , dim ond yn siarad Saesneg, felly yr wyf yn gobeithio y bydd y cyfieithu yn gywir.