Roman Era Population Numbers

Another one of my old Sardis Verlag blog posts. Here I want to try to give the reader some population numbers for the territories depicted on the Imperium Romanum 211 AD map.

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Prints in DIN A2

On demand my maps can be printed in other formats than the standards they were designed for. In this post I will show two examples in DIN A2 (59,4 x 42 cm), the largest size that can be shipped rolled up globally for 3,70 €. 

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New rolled up Imperium Romanum 211 AD maps

The rolled up Imperium Romanum map was Sardis Verlags most popular product and virtually sold out since the first weeks of 2017. Now a reprinted and heavily improved second edition has entered production. Over the last three years I made a number of changes affecting both the general and appearance and content. Thus compared to the first edition from 2014 there are quite a few improvements that I will introduce below.

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New inscriptions from Saudi Arabia and the extent of Roman rule along the Red Sea

An old blogpost from me. Originally posted in December 2014 on Since I don't want it to get lost once the old page will shut down and since it is still relevant for my Imperium Romanum map, I decided to repost it here.  

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Shop Activated

Since by now Sardis Verlag has stopped selling its products directly, I have activated the shop in this page. You are able to purchase HD paper prints of the maps from the former Sardis Verlag catalogue and newly made deluxe canvas prints. For now you can only pay with the popular online payment system PayPal. However PayPal also allows the use of Debit or Credit cards, without the need of your own PayPal account.  Further options are planned  in the near future.  

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