See also Empires and Cities individual sections.
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Atlas of the Middle East
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Jerusalem in Old Maps and Views
An exhibit from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Medeba Map (Israeli
Ministry of Foreign Affairs exhibit on Jerusalem in Early Christian
Clickable Map of Cairo
Maps of Africa
Microsoft Terraserver Satellite Images of the
world, including major cities of the Middle East
and more maps
Virtual Tourist Middle East Map
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Map of Celtic Tribes Locations of
75 tribes in Britain and Gaul.
Main Map of
Institute Map Series - Site Maps Archaeological sites, modern cities, and rivers in
Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Levant, Sudan, Syria, and Turkey.
Theban Mapping Project Valley of the
Kings. Lots of maps, a timeline, hieroglyphs, photos and more.
Map of Ancient Greece and an ancient map of Greece.
Asia Minor from an 1849 atlas by Alexander G. Findlay.
Map of the Athenian League and the Peloponnesian war in 435 BC.
Classical Atlas Project
Cultural Map of Hellas Clickable
map of Greece. Includes regions and their names.
Cyclades Islands Map showing the
Aegean Islands and information on the Cycladic civilization (3000-1000 BC).
De Kaart De Moderne
Kaart and De Oude Kaart show the differences between ancient and modern Greece.
Four frames of
the Greek World The world according to Homer, Hecateus, Eratosthenes, and Ptolemy.
Greece in the
Archaic Age Map of the political structure from 750-490 BC. Includes Phrygia, Caria,
and Lydia and other areas.
Volcanoes Modern map of Hellas (Greece) with 39 volcanoes marked.
Reconstruction of Herodotus World Map (450 BC) showing Asia and Europe with the seas
IAM Map Index Interactive
Ancient Mediterranean's PDF relief maps for download.
Late Aegean Bronze
Age Cities and palaces (1250-1000 BC).
Locator Maps for Myth and Greek
Tragedy Separate maps for Athens, Aulis, Eleusis, Marathon, Mediterranean Region,
Megara, Phrygia, Plataea, Salamis, Sparta, Tenedos, Thebes, Thespiae, Trachis, and Troy.
Attica Small map of Attica, Boeotia, and Euboea with their cities.
Sparta Detailed map showing the areas of Elis, Achaea, Arcadia, Argolis, Laconia,
Boeotia, and Attica.
Maps of Greece Three maps of
Greece; The Mediterranean and closeups of Greece and Crete.
Returns of the Achaean Leaders Routes
taken home by the Greek leaders after the Fall of Troy.
Greek culture in Minor Asia
after 3rd century B.C.
Clickable map of Asia Minor with historical info on the different geographic areas.
Annotated map explaining importance of the major cities.
Jerusalem A city map showing elevations, landmarks, modern and ancient walls.
East Empires from 700-300 BCE Assyrian, Babylonian, Persian, and Macedonian
Mesopotamia Map of Akkad, Babylonia, Assyria, and Sumer. Major cities and other rivers
The Assyrians Map showing the empire
from 1800-1600, 1244-1208, and 699-627 BC; includes cities and rivers.
City of Nippur
Maproom Nippur as the center of Sumer and Akkad. Archaeologist John Peters and his
excavation in 1888.
Known Map Monograph of a clay Babylonian map from 6200 BC. Early map making. Includes
Inscriptions of the Land
Map of Israel marking the spots where ancient inscriptions have been found. Clicking on
red cities takes you to more detailed maps.
Map of Mesopotamia Small
color map of cities including Babylon, Ur, Akkad, and Asshur. Map of Sumerian Archaeological
Sites Map of ancient caravan routes and sites of Kermanshah (7500-5600 BC), Samarra
(5700-4900 BC), and Early Ubaid (5200-4500 BC).Nippur, Sacred City of
Enlil B&W map of rivers and cities from the Khabur to the Karkeh River and from
Khorsbad to Eridu, Susa to Mari.
Nippur Map Room
Two maps of Nippur.
Change in Ancient Mesopotamia 3000-1000 BCE Interactive map using shockwave to show
successive political waves from Sumerian to Kassite with Babylonian, Assyrian, and Agade
showing areas and time periods for Sumer, Akkadian Empire, and the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
Colonies Map shows the spread of the Phoenicians around the Mediterranean, North
Africa, and Spain.
Périodique Maps from 1-900 AD showing political boundary changes for each century.
Italy 4th Cent. AD drawing showing structures and roadways of Central Italy from the
393 AD Peutingerian Tables.
Clickable map of Ancient Rome
Roman Empire about 120 AD focusing on the 54 provinces.
Clickable Map of the Roman Forum
Photographs and information about twenty-three edifices from the forum, including
schematic of each location.
Map of Italy showing the area of the Etruscan League in 530 BC. Geography of Roman Gaul 1,500 sites and
peoples relating to Gaul. Ancient placenames and modern archaeological sites (including
villas, cemeteries, aqueducts, etc.).
Irlande, Bretagne et
Frise Map of the western portion of the Roman Empire in 380, 420, 460, and 540 AD with
Language Map of Ancient Italy
Shows where in Italy: Gaulish, Greek, Oscan, Ligurian, Messapic, Etruscan, Umbrian were
Map of Ancient Rome 117 AD,
Map of Rome Drawing showing
Map of Tuscany Modern map of
Tuscany in detail.
Maps and Codices of the Roman Empire
Detailed Maps of Forum Romanum, Campus Martius, environs of the Urbs, and more.
The Roman Empire
Map of the Roman Empire at its largest extent.
Urbanization and Roads
Ever wonder where the vaunted Roman roads were or when they were built? This interactive
map shows the progress from 300-1 BC.
Second Punic War
Interactive map site showing locations and routes of 4 phases of the fighting. Uses
Peutingeriana Monograph on 1st C AD cartogram by Castorius showing roadways of the
Trade Routes and Great Empires of
the First Century AD Silk, horses, slaves, grain, myrrh and other products traded
across the known world.
Map of the Underworld
Map and summary showing the mythical passages of Odysseus and Aeneas in the Underworld.
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