We derive a new map of global topography on the 410-km discontinuity from observations of precursors to PP obtained by stacking almost 25,000 long-period seismograms. The inferred ‘410’ topography exhibits average peak-to-peak amplitude of about 30 km, has a strong degree-one component, and is highly correlated with previous results obtained from SS precursors [Flanagan and Shearer, 1998]. Spatial variations in ‘410’ topography appear unrelated to ocean-continent differences, suggesting that continental roots are not a significant factor in observed global temperature variations at 410 km depth.