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Wall Maps for the Ancient World

The Roman Empire Around 200 CE Wall Map

Wall Maps for the Ancient World are a series of seven maps from Ancient Egypt to the world of the New Testament, available individually or as a complete set. With rich geographic detail and visual clarity, these maps offer invaluable aid to students of the ancient Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern worlds and their teachers.

Available now for the first time as e-books, these maps can be viewed on your computer or tablet in high resolution detail. View our online catalog to find out more.

Using the world renowned geographic data from the Ancient World Mapping Centre, Routledge Wall Maps for the Ancient World offer sweeping views of the ancient world that allow students to understand important concepts such as trade, movement, spatial and cultural relations and to consider how the ancient terrain would have affected them. The maps provide a powerful tool for comprehending how the ancient world worked, and also to help re-evaluate out-dated theories in light of precise geographic information.

Maps in the series include:

  • Egypt and the Near East, 3000-1200 BCE
  • Egypt and the Near East, 1200-500 BCE
  • Greece and the Aegean in the 5th Century BCE
  • Greece and Persia in the Time of Alexander the Great
  • Italy in the Mid First Century CE
  • The Roman Empire around 200 CE
  • The World of the New Testament and the Journeys of Paul

Visit or e-book store to purchase. Libraries and Institutions should order from the T&F Bookstore.