Armenia on Ancient Maps

Armenia on Ancient Maps

4 Marble Maps showing the expansion of Rome from 760 BC, Basilica of Maxentius, near Colloseum

Armenia and Cilicia, map “Rome in 146 BC”

Basilica of Maxentius, near Colloseum

Address: Clivo di Venere Felice, 00186 Roma RM

Armenia and Cilicia on the anchient Roman map 

Marble Maps showing the expansion of Rome from 760BC

Map of Armenia in the Hall of Geographical Maps or Medici Hall of Maps (Sala delle Carte Geografiche), Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy

Map of Armenia, behind which is a secret passage way

Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy

Address: Piazza della Signoria, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy

Map of Armenia, behind which is a secret passage way

Medici Hall of Maps, Sala delle Carte Geografiche

World Map by Heinrich Buenting or The World in a Cloverleaf1581,  National Library of Israel, Jerusalem

Tercia Asiae Tabula (Armenia, etc.), Map by Martin Waldeseemüller, Lorraine, 1513. “A striking specimen of the Waldseemuller map of the region between the two seas, the Black and Caspian, with centered in Armenia”.

German linguist Gottfried Hensel’s Linguistic Map, 1741, Nuremberg. In some languages the first lines of the Lord’s prayer – “Our father who is in heaven”. In Armenian – “Հայ՛ր մեր, Որ յերկինս ես, Սուրբ եղիցի անուն Քո” and Armenian Alphabet.

Map of Armenia and the Roman client states in eastern Asia Minor, ca. 50 CE, before the Roman-Parthian War and the annexation of the client kingdoms into the Empire.

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