Tabulae-Geographicae - Maps of the Ancient World, a website dedicated to showcase the growing number of my historic maps. Many of them were originally created for and distributed by Sardis Verlag, a now defunct small German publisher.
Attached to this site is a small shop, where you can buy HD prints or download versions of my maps.
The next of the DIN A1 (841 x 594 mm) sized maps is now available as digital edition. The smaller version of Imperium Romanum 211 AD is based on the older The World of Ancient Rome prints, it was on one side this double sided poster, however the newly released map was updated with all new settlements and further improvements made to the main map since the end of 2017.
The first of the recently announced series of smaller maps sized DIN A1 (841 x 594 mm) is now available as digital edition. Classical Greece (DIN A1) is an excerpt of the larger map twice its size, focusing just on the core areas. While some areas had to be left out, the new version arguably uses the available canvas much more efficiently, with much less space devoted to the open sea. Thus despite being half the size, it still includes most of the content.
Currently, a series of smaller maps, sized DIN A1 (841 x 594 mm), is being prepared. They will require only half the space on a wall than their huge brethren in DIN A0 (1189 x 841 mm). The new maps are mostly either downsized or excerpts of existing ones, but at least one of them will cover new grounds. They are all briefly introduced here: