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An historical atlas of ancient geography , biblical and classical
Smith, William, 1813-1893.
Physical Description:
5 parts (75 unnumbered pages in various pagings, 66 unnumbered leaves of plates) : 43 color maps (most double), plans (some color) ; 51 cm
General Note:
Title from wrappers.

Running title: Dr. William Smith's ancient atlas. At head of title: To illustrate Dr. William Smith's biblical and classical dictionaries.

Vol. t.p. and front matter published with pt. 5. Title on volume t.p. is: An atlas of ancient geography, biblical and classical to illustrate the Dictionary of the Bible and the classical dictionaries / by Dr. Charles Müller; edited by Wm. Smith and George Grove.

"The maps are drawn on a large scale .... They contain modern names along with the ancient ones. There is also a series of smaller maps .... To each of the larger maps a full index of names and places is appended .... The classical maps have been prepared by Dr. Karl Müller, the editor of Strabo and the minor Greek geographers .... The maps are numbered in the order in which they will be finally arranged." -- back of wrappers.

Murray file copy no. 369.
pt. 1. Holy land (Northern Division). Historical maps of the Holy Land. Greek and Phoenician colonies. Gallia. Italia Superior. Italia Inferior. Greece after the Doric migration. Greece at the time of the Persian wars -- pt. 2. Jerusalem. Map to illustrate the New Testament. Peloponnesus. Shores and islands of the Aegean. Greece at the time of the Peloponnesian War. Greece at the time of the Achaean League. Empires of the Babylonians, Lydians, Medes and Persians. Empire of Alexander the Great -- pt. 3. Holy Land (Southern Division). Map of Asia to illustrate the Old Testament and clssical authors. Northern Greece. Central Greece. Hispania. The world as known to the ancients. Historical maps of Asia Minor -- pt. 4. Sinai. Asia Minor. Africa Septentrionalis. Geographical systems of the ancients. Kingdoms of the successors of Alexander. Roman Empire. Aegyptus - - pt. 5. Britannia. Germania, Rhaetia, Noricum. Thrace, [etc.]. Historical maps of Italy, Sardinia and Corsica. Arabia. India. Environs of Jerusalem. Babylon. Nineveh, Troy, Alexandria and Byzantium. Rome. Environs of Rome.
Added Title:
Dictionary of Greek and Roman geography.

Dictionary of the Bible.

Dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquity.

Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology.
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