A History of Ancient Geography, Volume 1

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Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1964 - Geography, Ancient - 387 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER II
19
CHAPTER III
43
CHAPTER IV
59
The World according to Hecataeus
71
CHAPTER V
75
CHAPTER VI
98
Xenophons Route across Armenia
112
CHAPTER XV
313
Effects of Alexanders ConquestsHis Political and Social AimsDevelop
326
CHAPTER XVI
338
The World according to Ptolemy
341
The Coasts of the British Islands according to Ptolemy
347
Pages 3 4 The Mediterranean Sea i
i
Mapmaking xii
xii
Thule xxii
xxii

Alexanders Eastern Expedition
124
CHAPTER VII
144
CHAPTER IX
165
ALEXANDERS EASTERN EXPEDITION
166
CHAPTER XI
216
CHAPTER XII
238
The World according to Strabo
239
CHAPTER XIII
261
The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea
273
CHAPTER XIV
293
The Chief Lines of Road in the Roman Empire
299
Eratosthenes great circle xxiii
xxiii
Aristotles windpoints xxiv
xxiv
The site of Tigranocerta
xxv
Portus Itius
xxvi
The Geography of Strabo
xxvii
The expedition of Aelius Callus
xxviii
Eastern Asia
xxix
Agricola
xxx
Hadrians allocutio
xxxi
INDEX
371
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