W. F. Albright Institute
of Archaeological Research


Digitized Maps from the Map Collection
of the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

The maps below are available in two formats: as low-resolution JPEG screen images, and as high-resolution PDF files which can be magnified and printed. Further information on several of these maps, and on maps from other American research centers around the Mediterranean area, is available at the “Mapping Mediterranean Lands” exhibition on the Digital Library for International Research website.

TERMS OF USE

Every effort has been made to ascertain that the maps displayed on this site are in the public domain. The copyright of the scanned digital images of the maps belongs to the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research. Use of the digital images, as well as their reproduction or duplication, either partially or in their entirety, in either electronic or paper format, and in an unaltered form, is strictly limited to private study, instruction or research. Proper attribution of the source must be made on all copies.


Eastern Palestine   General map of Jerusalem   Archaeological zone of Athens

Portion of Eastern Palestine, 1881
bibliographic details
screen display
full size PDF (20MB)
“Mapping Mediterranean Lands”

 

General map of Jerusalem, [between 1924 and 1930]
bibliographic details
screen display

 

[Archaeologiki Zone Athenon Apallotriotea Ektasis] = [Archaeological zone of Athens to be expropriated for excavation purposes], 1936
bibliographic details (UTF-8)
screen display
full size PDF (13.9MB)
“Mapping Mediterranean Lands”


A new map of Turky in Europe and parts adjoining   A new map of Turkey in Europe divided into all its provinces   European dominions of the Ottomans

A new map of Turky [sic] in Europe and parts adjoyning shewing their principal divisions and chiefe cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c. Dedicated to His Highness William Duke of Glocester [sic], [17--]
bibliographic details
screen display
full size PDF (14MB)

 

A new map of Turkey in Europe divided into all its provinces; with the adjacent countries in Europe and Asia: drawn chiefly from the maps published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg, 1794
bibliographic details
screen display
full size PDF (33.5MB)

 

European dominions of the Ottomans, or Turkey in Europe, 1795
bibliographic details
screen display
full size PDF (31.45MB)


Eastern Turkey in Asia - Alexandretta   Eastern Turkey in Asia - Deir es Zor

Eastern Turkey in Asia 1:250,000, 1915 – bibliographic details

Sheet 28. Alexandretta
screen display
full size PDF (34.6MB)

 

Sheet 44. Deir Es Zor
screen display
full size PDF (22.9MB)



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