This map, covering Italy, Greece, Corsica, Tunisia, Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, and western Turkey, was published in March 1940. An abundance of historical notes and detailed inset maps of ancient Athens, ancient Rome, and the Roman Empire illustrate the rich history of the region. Features: Greek mythological characters and their Roman equivalents; Historical notes; Capitals, selected cities, ruins, and battle sites; Railways and canals; Mountain relief, passes, rivers, lakes, areas subject to inundation, swamps, wadies, glaciers, and desert.
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35" x 25 1/2"
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