to use while reading your assignments
Roman Middle East -
Roman Northwestern Syria
and Mt. Amanus
Roman Arabia, with Sinai,
the Red Sea, and the Hedjaz
Roman African Frontier
Roman Arabian Frontier
Roman Armenian Frontier
Roman British Frontier
Roman Danube Frontier
Roman Rhine Frontier
Roman Middle East - 118-161
Roman Syrian Frontier
Indian Ocean in Roman
Minor Under Greeks and Romans
Half of the Roman Empire
End of Roman Metal Production
Ceramics - 4th century
Ceramics - 6th century
Egypt under Byzantine
Europe 600 C.E.
Middle East on the Eve
of the Muslim Era
The Arab-Muslim Empire to 750
Iraq and Baghdad in the Early
'Abbasid Syria circa 800
North Africa, Spain, and the
Mediterranean in the Ninth Century C.E.
in the Late 10th Century C.E.
North Africa, Spain, and
the Mediterranean in the Late 11th Century C.E.
The Middle East in the Ghaznavid
Era: early 11th Century C.E.
The Seljuk Empire in the Late 11th
Egypt and Syria, Showing Crusader
States in the 12th Century C.E.
Mediterranean Lands After 1204
Europe and the Byzantine Empire About 1000 C.E.
Iraq at the time of the Islamic conquest
Syria at the time of the Islamic Conquest
Khalid b. al-Walid's Campaigns
Byzantine Empire c.
Mongol Empires of 13th Century
Maps from the University of Pennsylvania
of the Umayyad Caliphate in the Second Half of the 9th
and the Second Half of the 10th Centuries
2. Map of the Empire of Sultan Salah Al-Din
3. Map of the Crusaders' Principalities in Syria and Palestine
4. Map of Spain after the Fall of the Umayyad Caliphate in the Periods of the Party Kings and of the Almoravids
Maps of the Middle East, from the Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection, The University of Texas at Austin.
Maps from W. C. Brice, An Historical Atlas of Islam
Expansion until A.D. 661
2. The Umayyad Empire c. A.D. 750
3. The Late Abbasid Caliphate c. A.D. 900
4. Almoravid, Saldjuk, and Ghaznavid Expansion c. A.D. 1100
5. The Muslim World c. A.D. 1300
Atlas of the Greek and Roman World - this is the APA Classical Atlas Project homepage. 98 maps plus links to other sites of interest.
OSSHE Historical & Cultural Atlas Resource from the University of Oregon
Roman Atlas excerpted from Lacus Curtius by Bill Thayer;
This site is two things brought together: a collection of
maps and a database.
European Control of the Muslim World, ca. 1815.
European Control of the Muslim World, ca. 1920.