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Classical lands of the Mediterranean
- Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society. Cartographic Division, 1949.
- National Geographic Society. Cartographic Division. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Insets: a) The world of Homer, ninth century B.C.; b) The world of Herodotus, fifth century B.C.; c) The world of Strabo, first century A.D."; d) Ancient Athens; e) Ancient Rome; f) The Greco-Roman world (1:20,000,000). With list of: Classical equivalents [gods' names]; Geographic equivalents; Abbreviations. Map was published as part of the National Geographic Magazine, Classical Lands. December 1949. Vol. XCVI, no. 6.
- Historical geography and Mediterranean—Maps
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- G5672.M4S1 1949 .N3
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