Online Resources: Maps

  1. Classical Atlas Project
    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This is the homepage for a project that will produce a huge, invaluable reference work for classicists. As yet, though, the nascent site's utility as a research tool is minimal.

  2. The Kelsey Online--Maps Page
    The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan. Somewhat hazy topographical maps of Greece and Rome are available here.

  3. Régions Géographiques
    By Denis Bellemare. Maps of Ancient Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, arranged by region and date.

  4. Maps and Codices of the Roman Empire
    High-quality, beautiful old maps (and a few newer ones) of Rome, the Mediterranean, and North Africa.

  5. Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
    UT Austin. This site offers a wide selection of maps without any thematic emphasis, classical or otherwise.

  6. OSSHE Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource
    University of Oregon. Geographic and archaeological maps of the ancient world. This page aims to deliver an appreciation for the historical vicissitudes of each region.