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Index no. 0045

Atlas Antiquus

Karl Spruner, Theodor Menke

Third edition


Published in Gotha by Justus Perthes

Scanning and other details about this work.

The first, 1850, edition of this atlas was edited by by Karl Spruner (Karl Spruner von Metz, Karl von Spruner). This third edition was revised by Heinrich Theodor Menke.

The plates were drawn by F. v. Stülpnagel. Twenty-one of them are undated, eight are dated 1861, one is dated 1860, and one 1863.

Plate no.Plate titlePlate title, Latin
IThe world in the mind of Homer; of Herodotus; of Strabo. The Greek and Roman world as known in the time of Ptolemy. The world in the mind of Ptolemy.Orbis terrarum ad mentem Homeri. Orbis terrarum ad mentem Herodoti. Orbis terrarum ad mentem Strabonis. Orbis terrarum Graecis atque Romanis Ptolemaei tempore notus. Orbis terrarum ad mentem Ptolemaei.
IIThe world at the time of the Assyrian kingdom.Orbis terrarum regni Assyrii tempore.
IIIIThe world at the time of the Persian kingdom.Orbis terrarum regni Persici tempore.
VGreece at the time of the Dorian migration.Graecia tempore migrationis Doricae.
VIGreece, Macedonia, Thrace etc. up to the time of the Peloponnesian War.Graecia, Macedonia, Thracia etc. inde a belli Peloponnesiaci tempore.
VIIGreece, Epirus after the Persian WarGraecia, Epirus post bella Persica.
VIIIThe kingdom of Alexander the Great.Alexandri Magni Regnum.
VIIIIThe world after the battle of CorupediOrbis terrarum post proelium Corupediense 282–220 a. Chr.
XItaly; Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica.Italia adiectis iis, in quas usque ad Augusti tempus Italiae nomen propgatum est, regionibus, Sicila, Sardinia, Corsica, quales fuerunt ante adventum Gallorum.
XIItaly, Cisalpine Gaul, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, to the arrival of the Gauls and the Marsicus WarItalia, Gallia cisalpina, Sicilia, Sardinia, Corsica, ab adventu Gallorum usque ad bellum Marsicum.
XIIItaly, nearer Gaul, Illyria, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, etc... Battle of ActiumItalia, Gallia citerior, Illyricum, Sicilia, Sardinia, Corsica, quales post leges Plautiam Papiriam at Pompeiam usque ad bellum Actiacum fuerunt.
XIIIThe Mediterranean with adjacent peoples from Hannibal's war to the time of Mithridates the Great.Mare internum cum populis adiacentibus a bello Hannibalico usque ad Mithridatis Magni tempus.
XIIIIThe Mediterranean with adjacent peoples from Pompey's return from Asia to the Battle of Actium.Mare internum cum populis adiacentibus a Pompeii ex Asia reditu usque ad bellum Actiacum
XVThe Roman Empire from the Battle of Actium to the time of Diocletian.Imperium Romanum inde a bello Actiaco usque ad Diocletiani tempus.
XVIThe Roman Empire at the time of Constantine the Great.Imperium Romanum inde a Constantini Magni tempore.
XVIIIBritain and Ireland.Britannia et Hibernia.
XXItaly, regions 4-11 [northern].Italiae regiones IIII. V. VI. VII. VIII. VIIII. X. XI.
XXIItaly, regions 1-4 [southern]; Sicily.Italiae regiones I. II. III. IIII., Sicilia.
XXIIGermanyGermania, Raetia, Noricum.
XXIIIPannonia, Illyria, Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, Macedonia, EpirusPannonia, Illyricum, Dacia, Moesia, Thracia, Macedonia, Epirus.
XXIIIIThe Black Sea and adjacent regions.Pontus Euxinus et quae ei adiacent.
XXVPontus and Bithynia, Asia [minor], Lycia and Pamphylia, Galatia, Cappadocia, Stria, Crete, Cyprus.Pontus et Bithynia, Asia, Lycia et Pamphylia, Galatia, Cappadocia, Syria, Creta, Cyprus.
XXVIPalestine at the time of Herod.Phoenice, Coelesyria, Decapolis, Iudaea, Herodiadarum tempore.
XXVIIArmenia and neighbouring provinces.Albania, Iberia, Colchis, Armenia, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Assyria.
XXVIIIThe kingdom of Persia.Indoscythicum atque Parthicum regna.
XXXArabia, Ethiopia, Egypt.Arabia, Aethiopia, Aegyptus.
XXXIThe MaghrebCyrenaica, Africa, Mauretania.

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