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- Medieval Sourcebook:
Map Resources Page
- A primary source for European and Byzantine medieval maps. Provided by Paul
Halsall and Fordham University.
- An About.com web site provided by Melissa Snell.
The Antique and
Medieval Atlas: De Imperatoribus Romanis
- Prepared by Chris Nüssli of Salve University, this page contains maps of
Europe in 100-year increments, from 001 AD to 1400 AD.
The Roman Military
Sites of Britain
- "The Roman Army's fortresses, forts, watchtowers, temporary camps, depots and
industrial sites, built in Britain over 400 years, with photographs and other background material
on military history of Britannia." Created by Peter Green of Old Town, Swindon, Wiltshire.
A Roman Atlas
- A "collection of modern maps showing ancient placenames throughout any part of
the world once part of the Roman Empire." Provided by Bill Thayer and the University of
to Websites on Ancient Rome
- "A catalog of websites on Roman antiquity." Provided by Bill Thayer and the
University of Kansas. Links to sites that have maps are at lower levels.
NetSERF Map Links
- Links to the University of Kansas map archives, including not only the Roman maps
listed above but maps of medieval and Renaissance Europe
Medieval Maps: 400 A.D.-1300 A.D. and
- Created by Jim Siebold for Henry Davis Consulting as an educational service, these
are part of a larger site of historical
Kingdoms Site Map
- Maps and information about so-called "Dark Age" Britain, provided by David Nash
Legolas' Fantasy and Medieval
- A selection of maps of various parts of the world, including country and city maps,
and castle building plans.
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