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Number: 2063
Continent: Africa
Region: North
Place Names: Egypt, Nile Delta
Year of Origin: 1265
Title: Untitled [Plate IV, Segment VIII of the Peutinger Map, Tabula Peutingeriana]
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Language: Latin
Publish Origin: Colmar
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Color Type: Outline Color
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Cartographer: Monk of Colmar
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Other Contributors: Conrad Peutinger
John Ball
Northernmost Latitude: 32.0
Southernmost Latitude: 25.0
Westernmost Longitude: 25.0
Easternmost Longitude: 33.0
Measurement Notes: estimated modern coordinates
Notes: from book # 1083 "Egypt in the Classical Geographers" by John Ball; This is a photo-facsimile of the original fragments located in the library of Vienna; the surviving segment are only remnants of one copied from a much earlier orginal Roman map of the 3rd century AD of the north african world with the Nile delta in this segment [of 11 segments each 34 cm.wide and 62 cm length, total length 7.5 meters]; map notes Roman roads and stations in Egypt in the 2nd and 3rd centuries and some added later.
Last updated: Nov 1, 2012