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Map - Map of Ancient North Africa801 views
6th Century Medeba Mosaic Map (Click on image to enlarge)120 viewsThis map was originally part of the floor of a Byzantine church, built during the reign of emperor Justinian, AD 527-565. It is the oldest map of the Holy Land that is still extant. The original size of the map was approximately 51 ft x 19.5 ft (15.5 m x 6 m), although no borders are visible. The map is made of various colors. It has 150 Greek inscriptions in various sizes, and covers the area from Tyre in the north to the Egyptian Delta in the south.

The modern Arab village of Medeba (Madaba) is built on the ruins of biblical Medeba and it was during the construction of the modern Church of St. George that the ďMadaba MapĒ was found.
Map - Africa Septentrionalis (North Africa)678 views
Map - First Punic War 264 BC701 views
Map - North Africa 1525765 views
Map - Ancient Africa756 views
Map - Ancient Mauritania718 views
Map of North Africa Under Roman Rule507 views
Map - Orbis Veteribus Notus530 views
Ancient North Africa825 views1 comments
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