Following World War II, Greece endured a bitter civil war that ended a few months before this map was published in December 1949. This map celebrates the magnificent history of the Greek, Roman, and Phoenician civilizations across Italy, Greece, Corsica, Albania, Tunisia, northwestern Turkey, and western Yugoslavia. Features: Map of Phoenician and Greek settlements and the empires of Alexander the Great and Rome at the time of Trajan; Equivalent Greek and Roman gods, goddesses, and legendary figures; Principal railways, roads, canals, airports, ruins, and battle sites. This version is laminatedfeaturing a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.
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