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Historic Mediterranean, 800 BC to AD 1500 Map

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The Mediterranean region was home to many of the greatest civilizations in human history including the ancient Greeks and Romans.

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The Mediterranean region was home to many of the greatest civilizations in human history including the ancient Greeks and Romans. The Historic Mediterranean map contains a wealth of information about the history of the civilizations who inhabited the region from 800 BC to AD 1500 and the archaeological sites they left behind. Published in December 1982, this educational map accompanied three articles on the Mediterranean Sea and an outstanding map of the Mediterranean seafloor.

The 1982 "The Historic Mediterranean, 800 BC to AD 1500" map features:
• Heart of an Expanding World which contains five maps of periods from Homer's world in 700 BC to the Hereford Map of 1290
• Five insets maps illustrating the Phoenician, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic periods of history
• An abundance of historical notes and information on major cities, shipwrecks, submerged ruins, ancient ports, and more
• Sites coded to show the civilizations that occupied them
• Walls, ruins, submerged ruins, battle sites, shipwrecks, and sites of archaeological or historical importance
• Roman roads, passes, trade routes, and probable trade routes
• Sites where the identification or location are uncertain

Coverage Area: Southern Europe, Asia Minor, Mediterranean coast of North Africa

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Geography Mediterranean
Geo Type Region
Map Type Historical Maps
Usage Type Classroom Maps
Niche No
Publisher NG Classic

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