TABVLA PEVTINGERIANA (en) - (de)

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This website wants to inform about the famous "Tabula Peutingeriana".
Browsing "Tabula Peutingeriana"

Tabula Peutingeriana is a copy of an old Roadmap of ancient roman road network, called cursus publicus. For more information on wikipedia klick here!

Tabula Peutingeriana - Overview

Britannia
Hispania
Mauretania


Gallia
Mauretania


Germania
Gallia
Liguria
Mauretania


Italia
Mauretania


Norico
Italia
Africa


Dalmatia
Italia
Africa


Dalmatia
Macedonia
Italia
Africa


Macedonia
Thracia
Africa


Asia
Aegyptus


Cappadocia
Syria
Palestina


Arabia
Mesopotamia
Persia


Persia
India
Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum I (missing) - Britannia, Hispania, Mauretania Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum II - Gallia, Mauretania Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum III - Gallia, Liguria, Mauretania Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum IV - Italia, Mauretania Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum V - Norico, Italia, Africa Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum VI - Dalmatia, Italia, Africa Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum VII - Dalmatia, Macedonia, Italia, Africa Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum VIII - Macedonia, Thracia, Africa Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum IX - Asia, Aegyptus Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum X - Cappadocia, Syria, Palestina Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum XI - Arabia, Mesopotamia, Persia Tabula Peutingeriana - Segmentum XII - Persia, India

SEGMENTVM V - ROMA
click for resuluton 300dpi

Download this example as printable PDF.

You get information about placenames and their location on the map at this page.
For viewing pictures of the complete segments, use the table above!

You can view all segments in the same resolution like on the left. You can enlarge each part by clicking on it.

Click here to browse the alphabetic Index without frames.

NEW! The Peutinger-Map as digital copy as PDF (more will come soon):
Segment 1; Segment 2; Segment 3;

additional especially developed Windows-fonts (TTF) as used in the tabula:
tp_schrift.ttf; tp_schrift-capitel.ttf


Aid (PDF in german)
for reading.

Other important sources on this site for examining roman roads:
"Itinerary of Antonine"
"Itinerary of Cádiz"
"Ravenna Cosmography"
"Guidonis Geographica".

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