The Roman Empire Under Trajan, The Roman Empire at The Death of Augustus, The Roman Empire Divided Into Prefectures, and Europe End of Seventh Century - 1894 
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Antique printed color sheet of four maps of the Mediterranean region, each showing this region at a different period of time. The first map shows the Roman Empire under Trajan (117 A.D.). The second map shows the Roman Empire at the death of Augustus (13 A.D.). The third map shows The Roman Empire divided into Prefectures. The fourth map shows Europe at the end of the seventh century, and is colored (with a key) to show the boundaries between the Roman Empire, Teutonic Kingdoms, Celts, Saracens, Salves and Lets, and Turanians. Very good condition with some slight overall toning of the page. By Cram, 1894, original atlas unknown. Measures approximately 9.5" x 12.5" to the neatline.
Genuine Antique Printed Color Map
Maker: Cram

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