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Ancient Rome: Maps & Geography


124 A.D. Map of the World Reconstruction of the world map according to Dionysius (124 A.D.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/117.html

150 BC Map of the World (Globe) Reconstruction of Crate's Globe (ca. 150 B.C.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/113.html

150-130 BC Map of the World World map according to Posidonius (150-130 B.C.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/114.html

1628 Reconstruction by Petrus Bertius of the world map, Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/116B.html

18 A.D. Map of the World Reconstruction of World map according to Strabo (18 A.D.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/115.html

18 centuries of Roman Empire 1790 years, to be exact. The Roman Empire began in 338 BC, when the city of Rome (a republic) imposed its direct rule upon the former league of Latin cities. It ended in 1453, as the last Roman Emperor, Constantine XI, died defending the walls of New Rome against the Turks. Not to my knowledge has any other state had a continuous existence for this long; the nearest would perhaps be Japan (arguably since about 400 A.D.). Over these 18 centuries the fortunes of the Empire have waxed and waned greatly. However, for about the middle 3/4 of this time, from 146 BC to 1204 AD, it was without doubt the greatest and wealthiest power in the northern Mediterranean. Below are some small maps which give an idea of the Empire's changing territorial extent (including client states) over this period of greatness.
http://www.sci.gu.edu.au/~wiseman/Roman/RomanEmpire.html

20 A.D. Map of the World Reconstruction of the Orbis Terrarum (20 A.D.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/118.html

220 BC Map of the World The world according to Eratosthenes, ca. 220 B.C., modern interpretive drawing. Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/112A.html

2nd Punic War Map CLICK MAP FOR INTERACTIVITY
http://mappinghistory.uoregon...edu/europe/interactive/map33.html

300 BC Map of the World Reconstruction of world map according to Dicaearchus (300 B.C.), modern interpretive drawing. Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/111.html

40 A.D. Map of the World Reconstruction of the World map according to Pomponius Mela (ca. 40 A.D.), Cartographic Images.
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/116.html

A Roman Atlas Abdara (Abdra) "¢ Abdera (in Baetica) "¢ Abila "¢ Acinipo "¢ Ad Adrum Flumen "¢ ad Aginos "¢ Ad Aras "¢ ad Centesimum "¢ ad Martis "¢ ad Martis "¢ Ad Rubras "¢ Ad Septem Aras "¢ Ad Turres "¢ Aegabrum "¢ Alatrum "¢ Alba Fucentia (Alba Fucens) "¢ Albula R. "¢ Ameria "¢ Ammaea "¢ Anagnia "¢ Anduna "¢ Anticaria (Antiquaria) "¢ Aquinum "¢ Arci "¢ Arenae Montes "¢ Arpinum "¢ Arsa "¢ Artigi "¢ Arucci Novum "¢ Arunda "¢ Arx "¢ Asculum Picenum "¢ Asido "¢ Asta "¢ Asta Regia "¢ Aurigitanum "¢ Baccana Baelon (Belon) "¢ Baetia Fl. "¢ Balneum Regis "¢ Balsa "¢ Barba "¢ Barbesola "¢ Barbesula "¢ Barbesula Fl. "¢ Bastia "¢ Budua Calabona "¢ Calentum "¢ Calipos Fl. "¢ Calpe "¢ Calpurniana "¢ Camerte "¢ Capena "¢ Capionis Turris "¢ Carcuvium "¢ Carisa (Carissa) "¢ Carsulae (Carsioli) "¢ Carteia "¢ Castrum Novum "¢ Castulo "¢ Cavichim "¢ Celti "¢ Chryssus Fl. "¢ Cimbis "¢ Clitunni (Cliternum) "¢ Conistorgis "¢ Contosolia "¢ Contributa "¢ Corduba "¢ Corfinium "¢ Cuneus Pr. "¢ Cures "¢ Curica "¢ Cutilia Ebora "¢ Emerita Augusta "¢ Epora "¢ Eretium "¢ Erythia I. "¢ Esuris "¢ Fabrateria "¢ Falerii (Falerium) "¢ Ferentinum "¢ Ferentinum "¢ Fescennium Fines "¢ Forum Cassii "¢ Fraxin. . . "¢ Fregellae "¢ Fretum Gaditanum (Fretum Herculeum) "¢ Frusino "¢ Fucinus L. Gades (Gadira) "¢ Giniana "¢ Hadria Haetara "¢ Herculis Templum "¢ Hispalis Ilipa "¢ Ilipula M. "¢ Illiberis "¢ Illipula M. "¢ Illurco "¢ Iluro "¢ Interamna (Interamnia, Interamnia Nahars) "¢ Interamna Praetutiora "¢ Ipagro "¢ Italica Junonis Pr. Laelia "¢ Laminium "¢ Latinus R. "¢ Leppa "¢ Libystinus L. "¢ Lucus Feroniae Maenoba "¢ Maenoba Fl. "¢ Malaca "¢ Malceca "¢ Mariana "¢ Marianus Mons "¢ Marrubium "¢ Marruvium "¢ Mellaria "¢ Mentesa Ba. . . "¢ Metellinum "¢ Mirobriga "¢ Miturgis "¢ Munda "¢ Myrtilis Nabrissa (Nebrissa) "¢ Narnia "¢ Nepeta (Nepete) "¢ Nertobriga "¢ Nomentum "¢ Nursia "¢ Ocricolum (Ocriculum) Onoba "¢ Oretum "¢ Orippo "¢ Ossigi "¢ Ossonoba Pax Julia "¢ Pax Julia Augusta "¢ Perceiana "¢ Pinna "¢ Plagiaria "¢ Portus Albus "¢ Portus Gaditanus "¢ Praesidium "¢ Privernum Raesippo "¢ Rarapia "¢ Reate "¢ Regiana "¢ Regina Saduba Fl. "¢ Salduba "¢ Saxitanum "¢ Selambina "¢ Serpa "¢ Setra "¢ Signia "¢ Singili "¢ Singulis Fl. "¢ Sisapo "¢ Sora "¢ Soracte "¢ Spoletium "¢ Sublaqueum "¢ Suel Tartessus "¢ Teba "¢ Testrina "¢ Tingis "¢ Tucci "¢ Tuder "¢ Tugia Ugia "¢ Ulia "¢ med.: Urbs Vetus "¢ Urcao "¢ Urium Fl. "¢ Urso "¢ Vallia R. "¢ Veii "¢ Venafrum "¢ Vicus Novus "¢ Volsinii "¢ Vomanus R. "¢ Xeresium [Rome] [Maps]
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Maps/Periods/Roman/home.html

Ancient Rome Interactive Map. Illustrated History of the Roman Empire.
http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-rome.html

Antique and Medieval Atlas An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors. The DIR and ORB Ancient and Medieval Atlas. Christos Nüssli
http://www.roman-emperors.org/Index.htm

Atlas historique de l'Antiquité tardivé [Rome] [Maps]
http://antique.mrugala.net/Atlas%20antique%20(miror)/carto/liens.html

Atlas historique de l'Antiquité tardive L'Antiquité tardive est la période de l'Histoire couvrant la fin des Empires romain et sassanide, la formation des royaumes barbares en Occident, la transformation de l'Empire romain d'Orient en Empire byzantin et la première expansion musulmane. C'est la fin de l'Antiquité et le début du haut Moyen Âge. Jadis méconnue, elle fait aujourd'hui l'objet d'une attention particulière. Ce site a pour but d'offrir des repères utiles à la compréhension de la géopolitique complexe de cette époque.
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/6200/

Atlas of the Greek and Roman World Home page for the Classical Atlas Project, a joint effort of the American Philological Association and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Includes information about the forthcoming Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman world, a reference work of permanent value. The atlas has an exceptionally broad appeal to everyone worldwide with an interest in ancient Greeks and Romans, the lands they penetrated, and the peoples and cultures they encountered in Europe, North Africa and Western Asia. The site includes information about the atlas, its contents, how it was developed and how copies can be obtained.
http://www.unc.edu/depts/cl_atlas/

Atlas of the Greek and Roman World Classical Atlas Project Univ. of North Carolina [Greece] [Maps and Geography]
http://www.unc.edu/depts/cl_atlas/

Barbarian Migrations in Late Antiquity Osshe Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave Movie.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon...edu/europe/interactive/map21.html

Central Italy, with the adjacent countries from the Peutingerian Tables constructed about 393 A.D. (580K)From A Classical Atlas by Alexander G. Findlay. New York: Harper and Brothers 1849. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.rare-maps.com/details.cfm?type=maps&auto_key=1564506

Division of the Roman Empire Small Map
http://www.eduplace.com/kids/socsci/ca/books/bkf3/imaps/AC_15_491_division/AC_15_491_division.html

Expansion during the Early Roman Republic Territorial Expansion of the Roman World. 509 - 265 B.C.)
http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/firsteuro/roman.html

Geography of the Roman empire [Ancient Rome]
http://www.main-vision.com/richard/geograph.htm

Growth of Roman Dominions under the Empire Romans Spread From Roma Across the Roman Empire [Rome] [Maps]
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/romeancientrome/ig/Maps-of-Rome-and-the-Empire/

Growth of The Roman Empire Map A&E Television Network
http://www.history.com/maps.do?type=view&catId=174&letter=R&mapId=1159

Imperial Battle Map Index Hugh Elton, Cartography by Christos Nüssli. To find an Imperial Battle Map on De Imperatoribus Romanis, click on the first letter of name of the battle you wish to find. If there was a series of battles in a specific location, click on that year in which you are interested. Sorted by Name.
http://www.roman-emperors.org/battles.htm

Interactive Ancient Mediterranean IAM is an on-line atlas of the ancient Mediterranean world designed to serve the needs and interests of students and teachers in high school, community college and university courses in classics, ancient history, geography, archaeology and related fields.
http://iam.classics.unc.edu/map/map_idx.html

Italy and Sicily Antiquity Online.
http://www.fsmitha.com/h1/map16it.htm

Italy and Sicily Courtesy of Antiquity Online. [Rome] [Maps]
http://fsmitha.com/maps.html

Map of Roads in the Roman Empire At the height of the Empire there were more than 50,000 miles of roads stretching from Britain to Mesopotamia.
http://www.dl.ket.org/latin3/mores/techno/roads/map.htm

Map of the 2nd Punic War
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map33.html

Map of the Roman Empire This map is clickable by province. By clicking within the borders of a certain province on the map, or by clicking on the name of the province below the map, you can link to the resources on the Web that are related to that province of the Roman Empire. New Laboratory for Teaching and Learning, The Dalton School
http://www.dalton.org/groups/Rome/./RMap.html

Map of the Roman Empire 120 A.D. clickable by province This map is clickable by province. By clicking within the borders of a certain province on the map, or by clicking on the name of the province below the map, you can link to the resources on the Web that are related to that province of the Roman Empire. [Rome] [Maps]
http://intranet.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMap.html

Map of Trade Routes First Century. New Laboratory for Teaching and Learning, The Dalton School
http://www.dalton.org/groups/Rome/./RMap2.html

Map of Trade Routes and Empires Map of Trade Routes and great empires of the 1st Century AD.
http://www.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMap2.html

Maps and Codices of the Roman Empire A few maps of parts of Rome and the provinces. With a timeline of the Roman Empire.
http://rodp.ridne.net/node-37935.html

Maps and Codices of the Roman Empire: From the library of Trimalchio. [Rome] [Maps]
http://rodp.ridne.net/node-37935.html

Maps of the Roman Empire Clickable Maps from Roman-Empire.net [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-empire.html

Maps of the Roman Republic [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.american.edu/dgolash/slide4.htm

Maps of the Roman World in the First Century C.E. [Century One Foundation Bookstore]
http://www.centuryone.com/rmnwrd.html

Maps of the Roman World in the First Century. CenturyOne Bookstore
http://www.centuryone.com/rmnwrd.html

OSSHE Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource European Collection. Developed cooperatively between the University of Oregon Department of History, UO New Media Center and Department of Geography InfoGraphics Lab.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/maps.html

Osshe Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource "This project was designed to provide a corpus of material for use by faculty in many fields and on many campuses within the OSSHE system to enhance the learning experience for students. Developed cooperatively between the University of Oregon Department of History, UO New Media Center and Department of Geography InfoGraphics Lab. All of the atlas resources contained in this site are original materials produced for this project." [Rome] [Maps]
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/

Periodical Historical Atlas Historical maps of Europe from 001 AD to 900 AD. Courtesy of the De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors . [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.roman-emperors.org/Index.htm

Reconstruction of the Crate's Globe (Crates of Mallos)(180-150 B.C.)B.C.) Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/113.html

Reconstruction of the Orbis Terrarum according to Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa (20 A.D.) Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/118.html

Reconstruction of the World map according to Pomponius Mela (ca. 40 A.D.). Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/116.html

Reconstruction of world map according to Dicaearchus (300 B.C.) Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/111.html

Reconstruction of World map according to Strabo (18 A.D.) Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/115.html

Roman Empire Expansion Osshe Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave Presentation.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map26.html

Roman Frontier Map Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave presentation.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map30.html

Roman Italy Interactive Map Illustrated History of the Roman Empire.
http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-italy.html

Roman Maps and Indian Gems
http://www.thebeadsite.com/UNIMPG-1.html

Roman World: citizen communities outside Italy Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave Movie.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map28.html

Roman World: Origin of the Emperors Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/static/map13.html

Roman World: Urbanization and Roads Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave Movie.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map27.html

Roman World: Urbanization in the 2nd cent. A.D. Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/static/map12.html

Rome and Romania, 27 BC-1453 AD. Large list and chronology with maps. Kelley L. Ross.
http://www.friesian.com/romania.htm#prince

Some Maps of the Roman Empire The maps on this section of my website are taken from an unidentified late 19c English-language school atlas of the Roman world.
http://www.roman-emperors.org/Index.htm

Spread of Christianity: 2nd-4th cent. A.D. Osshe Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map31.html

The City of Rome Interactive map: Aqua Alsietina"¦ Aqua Anio Novus"¦ Aqua Anio Vetus"¦ Aqua Antoniana"¦ Aqua Appia"¦ Aqua Claudia"¦ Aqua Julia"¦ Aqua Trajan"¦ Aqua Virgo"¦ Arch of Piety"¦ Baths of Agrippa"¦ Baths of Caracalla"¦ Baths of Constantine"¦ Baths of Diocletian"¦ Baths of Nero"¦ Baths of Titus"¦ Baths of Trajan"¦ Camp of Imperial Horse Guard"¦ Circus Maximus"¦ Colosseum"¦ Curia"¦ Forum of Augustus"¦ Forum of Julius Caesar"¦ Forum of Nerva"¦ Forum Romanum"¦ Forum of Trajan"¦ Forum of Vespasian"¦ Hadrian's Mausoleum"¦ Horologium"¦ Mausoleum of Augustus"¦ Odeum of Domitian"¦ Palace of Domitian"¦ Pantheon"¦ Pompey's Theatre"¦ Pons Aelius"¦ Pons Aemilius"¦ Pons Aurelius"¦ Pons Cestius"¦ Pons Fabricius"¦ Pons Neronianus"¦ Pons Probi"¦ Porticus Aemilia"¦ Porticus Militariensis"¦ Praetorian Camp"¦ Saeptia Julia"¦ Servian Wall"¦ Stadium of Domitian"¦ street - Alta Semita"¦ street - Clivus Orbius"¦ street - Clivus Pullius"¦ street - Clivus Salutis"¦ street - Clivus Suburanus"¦ street - Vicus Cyclopis"¦ street - Vicus Drusianus"¦ street - Vicus Iugarius"¦ street - Vicus Longus"¦ street - Vicus Minervii"¦ street - Vicus Piscinae Publicae"¦ street - Vicus Portae Raudusculanae"¦ Temple of Aesculapius"¦ Temple of the divine Claudius"¦ Temple of Elagabalus"¦ Temple of Hadrian"¦ Temple of Juno Moneta"¦ Temple of Jupiter"¦ Temple of Neptune"¦ Temple of Venus and Roma"¦ Theatre of Balbinus"¦ Theatre of Marcellus"¦ Via Appia"¦ Via Ardeatina"¦ Via Asinaria"¦ Via Aurelia"¦ Via Collatina"¦ Via Cornelia"¦ Via Flaminia"¦ Via Labicana"¦ Via Latina"¦ Via Nomentana"¦ Via Ostiense"¦ Via Salaria Nova"¦ Via Tiburtina"¦ Via Tiburtina Vetus"¦ Via Tusculana [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-rome.html

The Forum of Trajan in Rome (Getty Center) This virtual reality (VR) model re-creates an ancient urban environment based on the best archaeological evidence available today. A real-time visual simulation model of the Forum of Trajan, the largest of the Imperial Fora in the Forum Romanum, was commissioned in 1996-1997 by the J. Paul Getty Trust for 'Beyond Beauty: Antiquities as Evidence,' one of the major opening exhibitions at the Getty Center in Los Angeles
http://www.ust.ucla.edu/ustweb/Projects/trajans_forum.htm

The Roman Empire, 12 AD. Map 18, Antiquity Online
http://www.fsmitha.com/h1/map18rm.htm

The Roman Empire, 150 A.D. Antiquity Online.
http://www.fsmitha.com/h1/map19rm.htm

The Roman Empire, 500 A.D. Antiquity Online.
http://fsmitha.com/h1/map21rm.htm

The Roman Empire, A.D. 12 Courtesy of Antiquity Online. [Rome] [Maps]
http://fsmitha.com/maps.html

The Roman Empire, A.D. 150 Courtesy of Antiquity Online. [Rome] [Maps]
http://fsmitha.com/maps.html

The Roman Empire, A.D. 500 Courtesy of Antiquity Online. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.fsmitha.com/h1/map21rm.htm

The Roman Forum (Plan) Click on the dots to access the monuments. With the defeat of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium in 31 BC, Octavian, Caesar's adopted son and heir, was left undisputed ruler of Rome. Proclaimed Augustus four years later, he sought to build a capital worthy of the empire over which it ruled, boasting that he had "found Rome a city of brick and left it a city of marble." And, indeed, the Roman Forum essentially is Augustan: the Temples of Saturn, Concord, Castor and Pollux, Divine Julius, the Basilicas of Julia and Aemilia, the Curia and Rostra--all took their final form during his triumvirate and principate.
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/romanforum/romanforum.html

The Roman Map of Britain
http://www.romanmap.com/Default.htm

The Roman Map of Britain 410 A.D. Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1923
http://www.reisenett.no/map_collection/historical/shepherd/Roman_Britain.jpg

The world according to Eratosthenes, ca. 220 B.C. Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/112A.html

Theaters outside of Greek and Rome Osshe Historical &Cultural Atlas Resource.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/static/map15.html

Trade in the Roman Empire Osshe Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource. Shockwave Presentation.
http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/europe/interactive/map32.html

WHKMLA Historical Atlas of Europe This is an on-line historical atlas which uses colorful maps to show Europe in different time periods.
http://www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/europe/haxeurope.html

World map according to Posidonius (150-130 B.C.). Based on a 1630 reconstruction. Courtesy of Cartographic Images. [Rome] [Maps]
http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/AncientWebPages/114.html



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