Atlas of the Greek and Roman world in antiquity

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Other Authors: Hammond, N. G. L. 1907-2001.
Language:English
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Item Description:Includes gazetteer and index.
Physical Description:viii, 30 unnumbered pages, 56 pages : 46 color maps ; 41 cm
Published: Park Ridge, N.J. : Noyes Press, 1981.
ISBN:081555060X
9780815550600
Table of Contents:
  • Greek prehistory and Greek history
  • Excavated Neolithic sites (to 1975)
  • Early and middle bronze Age excavated sites
  • The Physical setting of Greece and Italy
  • Minoan Crete
  • The Orbit of Minoan Crete
  • Mycenaean civilization (c. 1400 to c. 1100 B.C.)
  • The Mycenaean world at the time of the Trojan war
  • The Great migrations (c. 1230 to c. 1050 B.C.)
  • Colonizing movements (c. 600 to c. 500 B.C.)
  • Economic resources of Greek and Phoenician trade
  • Persian wars
  • The Battles of Marathon and Salamis
  • The Athenian empire
  • Political organization of Attica and topography of Attica
  • The Peloponnesian war (431 to 404 B.C.)
  • Athens
  • Alexander's empire
  • The Hellenistic kingdoms (c. 240 B.C.)
  • Topographical maps
  • Northern Greece, Thracian coast and Propontis
  • Aegean Islands and west coast of Asia Minor
  • Attica and Peloponnese
  • Crete
  • Northern Italy
  • Central Italy
  • Sicily and the toe of Italy
  • Southern Italy.
  • Roman history
  • Italy before the Roman conquest
  • The Etruscan ascendency
  • Rome and her neighbors in the fifth century B.C.
  • Rome and Ostia
  • The Western Mediterranean about 130 B.C.
  • Rome and the Greek states about 150 B.C.
  • The Roman Empire
  • Roman Britain
  • Gaul, Germany, and the Alps
  • The Balkan and Danubian Provinces
  • Roman Spain
  • Roman North Africa
  • Roman Asia Minor
  • Roman Egypt
  • The Eastern Provinces
  • The Spread of Christianity up to A.D. 325
  • The Division of the Empire c. A.D. 395 according to the Notitia Dignitatum
  • Principal trade routes of the Roman Empire
  • The Barbarian invasions
  • Gazeteer index
  • Appendix I. Colonies
  • Appendix II. Identification of Roman names on Map 22 'Roman Britain'
  • Appendix III. Identification of Roman names on Map 23 "Gaul, Germany and the Alps'.