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Kingdoms of the successors of Alexander in the middle of the third century
- Müller, Karl, of Paris
- [London : John Murray ... , 1873]
- Relief shown by hachures. At head of map: Dr. William Smith's Ancient atlas. 5. Plate 5 from: Atlas of ancient geography, biblical and classical ... / edited by William Smith and George Grove. London : J. Murray, 1874. Insets: Kingdoms of the successors of Alexander after the division at Babylon (323) and Triparadisus (321) -- Kingdoms of the successors of Alexander after the battle of Ipsus (301 B.C.) Historic Maps copy imperfect: lower edge trimmed with loss of imprint.
- Middle East and Asia, Central
- Alexander, the Great, 356 B.C.-323 B.C., Geography, Ancient—Maps, Asia, Central—Maps, Middle East—Maps, Historical maps—Central Asia, and Historical maps—Middle East
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