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Map of the Hellespont, 405 BC

Map of the Hellespont

Title: Map of the Hellespont
Projection: Unknown,
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Description: A map of the Hellespont (Dardanelles) between the Aegean Sea and Propontis (Bosporus), during the Peloponnesian War (405 BC), showing several important sites such as Troy (Ilium) and Abydos, where Xerxes I built two bridges to allow his army to invade Greece (482 BC).
Place Names: Greece, Ilium, Cressa, Abydus, Pactye, Parium, Lampascus, Aenus, Samothrac
ISO Topic Categories: intelligenceMilitary, inlandWaters, oceans, location
Keywords: Map of the Hellespont, physical, political, historical, peloponnesian war, kAncientGreece, physical features, local jurisdictions, other military, intelligenceMilitary, inlandWaters, oceans, location, Unknown, 405 BC
Source: George Willis Botsford, Ph. D., A History of Greece (London, : The Macmillan Company, 1912) 236
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman
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