Sardis Verlag

Winter Sale on!

Michael DitterComment

All of our maps sold on are now on sale for the remainder of the year and discounted by more than 25 %!

The Roman Empire: Detailed wall map of the entire Roman Empire from Lower Nubia to the Antonine Wall, with surrounding territories in the final years of the reign of Septimius Severus, about 211 CE.

Ancient Egypt: This highly detailed and decorative huge wall map depicts the country and all its dependent territories during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II., the pinnacle of Egyptian power! An ancillary map shows Egypt's neighbors, the other great powers of the time, rivals for the hegemony over the Levant.

The Achaemenid Empire and the West: The map encompasses the entire territory between the Pillars of Hercules and the Indus valley, between the Hallstatt era Celts in central Europe and the legendary kingdom of Saba in southern Arabia. This includes the Persian Empire at its greatest extend during the reign of Dareios I., 522 – 486 BCE.

The Roman Era Orient: Detailed map of Roman era Orient about 64 CE, depicting Roman Syria and the surrounding client states, the entire Parthian Empire, as well as the remaining states of western Asia together with the major trade routes over land and through the Indian ocean.