Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Created by Terri Johnson
Map
Trek

Map Trek
Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Created by Terri Johnson
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Table of Contents
Why should we study history?........................................................................................................... 5
Introduction.............................................................................................................................................6
Lesson Plans.............................................................................................................................................8
Glossary...................................................................................................................................................20
World Map (landforms).................................................................................................................... 21
Descendents of Noah .......................................................................................................................... 23
Sumeria................................................................................................................................................... 27
Mesopotamia......................................................................................................................................... 25
Called Out of Ur................................................................................................................................... 29
Abraham’s Journey............................................................................................................................... 31
Ancient Africa....................................................................................................................................... 33
Old Kingdom of Egypt........................................................................................................................ 35
Ancient Egypt....................................................................................................................................... 37
The Exodus............................................................................................................................................ 39
Early Greece ...........................................................................................................................................41
The Promised Land..............................................................................................................................43
12 Tribes of Israel .................................................................................................................................45
The Assyrian Empire........................................................................................................................... 47
Israel’s Golden Age.............................................................................................................................. 49
Phoenicia’s Trading Empire ...............................................................................................................51
Solomon’s Kingdom............................................................................................................................. 53
Israel’s Divided Kingdom................................................................................................................... 55
Ancient India......................................................................................................................................... 57
Ancient China....................................................................................................................................... 59
The Founding of Rome....................................................................................................................... 61
Babylonian Empire............................................................................................................................... 63
The Persian Empire ............................................................................................................................. 65
Greco-Persian Wars............................................................................................................................ 67
Golden Age of Greece ......................................................................................................................... 69
Ancient Europe...................................................................................................................................... 71
Alexander the Great............................................................................................................................ 73
The Punic Wars.................................................................................................................................... 75
Palestine during time of Christ .........................................................................................................77
The Early Church..................................................................................................................................79
The Roman Empire...............................................................................................................................81
The Roman Empire Divided.............................................................................................................. 85
Barbarian Invasions............................................................................................................................. 83
World Map (with grid)...................................................................................................................... 87
Blank grid for world map....................................................................................................................88
Egypt Map (with grid)....................................................................................................................... 89
Israel Map (with grid).........................................................................................................................90
Greece Map (with grid)......................................................................................................................91
Roman Map (with grid)......................................................................................................................92
Blank grid for regional maps............................................................................................................. 93

Why should we study history?
“The kind of events that once took place will by reason of human nature take place again.”
−Thucydides
“That is the supreme value of history. The study of it is the best guarantee against repeating it.”
− John Buchan, Baron Tweedsmuir
“The time for extracting a lesson from history is ever at hand for those who are wise.”
−Demosthenes
“Take hold of instruction; let her not go. Keep her; for she is thy life.”
− Solomon (Proverbs 4:13)

Introduction
It only makes sense to study geography alongside history. In history, we learn about
times, places and people. Geography covers the “places” part. Each aspect of historical study
is important in its own right, but they cannot be studied exclusively of one another. For
example, when you study Alexander the Great, it only makes sense to see the large land area
that he conquered by looking at a map. Modern maps will not give you the same information or
perspective as historical maps do.
We, at Knowledge Quest, Inc., have set out to provide you with the most usable,
yet attractive, historical map book possible. Within these pages, you will find a full-color
historical atlas for the teacher, along with blank outline maps for the student. In this way, the
teacher has full access to the answers thereby eliminating any frustration or bewilderment on
her part. The teacher may decide whether to provide this answer map to her students, or have
them research the answers on their own using a globe, wall map, internet search or another
historical atlas.
As the teacher, you may wish to print out this entire ebook. However, if you want to
save on the expense of printer ink or toner, you might prefer to print only the student maps,
which will exhaust a minimal amount of ink. The water is shaded a very slight (10%) blue so as
to help the students differentiate the water from the land masses.
Lesson plans have been included for you. They have been broken down into three
categories for learners in various stages. Level A is for children who are in grades 1-4. However,
if you have a kindergarten who is ready for a little challenge or a 5th grader that needs some
extra assistance, feel free to adjust these ranges to suit your students’ needs. Also, with this
age group, the teacher should be willing to help with spelling or writing if the child needs some
help. Often times, a child’s brain is much more advanced and ready for information than his
hand is in recording it! Map work should be fun and interactive; not a test or drill.
Level B is for students in 5th through 8th grade. These kids are ready for additional
challenge and are capable of more writing/recording than the younger kids. Level C is for high
schoolers (9th through 12th grade) and includes the most challenging assignments. They are
often asked to do some research in order to fill in their maps completely.
Teachers, please remember, no matter what age or stage your child is in, learning
geography comes with familiarity and repetition. In fact, if the student incorporates all of these
maps into his study of world history, he will begin to memorize geographical facts that will
remain with him for a lifetime. If you feel that your student needs extra geography review or
perhaps a different way to learn it, please check out this free resource:
Globalmania - /globalmania.htm

Since these maps are chronological in sequence, you may use them easily with any
chronological history program. Some good history curricula to consider are:
TruthQuest History
Story of the World
Biblioplan for Families
Tapestry of Grace
Sonlight Curriculum
Mystery of History
My Father’s World
Learning Adventures
Living Books Curriculum
Ambleside Online
Winter Promise
This is certainly not an exhaustive list and there are many other good history programs to choose from.
To gain the most benefit from these outline maps, it would be advantageous to have
on hand a globe, wall map and/or separate atlas for reference. The student may be asked to
look something up on the globe and then label it onto the blank map. Also, have available
some decent art supplies. As your student matures, he or she should be expected to present
to you upon completion a neatly colored or pencil shaded map. For variety, allow your child
to experiment with watercolors for a different effect, or let her use glue and glitter on a major
route. No matter what their age, children should always be encouraged to do their best.
Once completed, your children may want to post these maps to a bulletin board or
the refrigerator. Our students compile the maps into a notebook along with narrations from
history books we have read and pictures of historical events that the children have drawn
and captioned. When we have completed a unit of history study, the children have their own
“book” which they have made which tells the story of the history that they have learned and
summarized. The maps make nice colorful entries into their notebooks.
There are enough maps included in this unit so that you can assign map work once a
week. You may want to schedule a specific time for this activity during the week. Or perhaps
you will want to hand your kids a map to label and color while you read from your history
book or text. How and when you assign map work is up to you, but I find that I am much more
likely to actually work on the maps if I have it scheduled into our weekly school calendar.
We hope these maps enhance your study of history and make learning geography and
enjoyable and interactive learning experience for your children.

Lessons Plans
Ancient World (landforms)
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Look at a globe and notice that over two-thirds of it is covered in water that is all connected.
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This one large body of water, or ocean, has five different names at five separate locations on
our world. Label them on your map – Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern.
Label the seven continents – Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, Antarctica, North and South
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America.
Color in the land areas.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the smaller bodies of water – Beaufort Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Hudson Bay, Gulf of
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Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Red Sea, North Sea,
Baltic Sea, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, E. China Sea, S. China Sea, Tasman Sea, Coral Sea, Sea
of Okhotsk, Bering Sea, Laptev Sea, Kara Sea and Barent Sea.
Label the mountain ranges – Sierra Nevadas, Rockies, Appalachian, Andies, Pyrenees, Alps,
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Caucasus, Ural, Himalayas and the Great Dividing Range.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the rivers shown here – St. Lawrence, Mississippi, Amazon, Thames, Seine,
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Rhine, Vistula, Danube, Dnieper, Vulga, Ural, Ob, Nile, Tigris, Euphrates, Indus, Ganges,
Yellow, Yangtze and Lena.
Label the deserts and peninsulas – Death Valley, Great Basin, Sonoran Desert, Atacama
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Desert, Patagonian Desert, Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Arabian Desert, Sinai Peninsula,
Italian Peninsula, Greek Peninsula, Iranian Desert, Turkestan Desert, Indian Desert, Takla
Makan Desert, Gobi Desert, Great Sandy Desert and Great Victoria Desert.
Optional (all levels)
Make a salt dough map of an imaginary country. Include at least one mountain, one river, a
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desert and a peninsula or an island.
MAPPING DOUGH
1 c. salt
1 c. flour
2/3 c. water
Food color (or poster paint when mixture is dry and map is formed and you are ready to paint)
Mix salt, flour and water until mixture is like icing. Add food coloring if you want dough colored.
Otherwise paint dry map with poster paint. On board, shape dough into hills, valleys oceans to make
topography map. Let dry.

Eden/Noah
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label Mt. Ararat and the possible location of the Garden of Eden.
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Label the areas where Noah’s three sons migrated after the flood.
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Color in your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown on this map – Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea,
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Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf, Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
Label the deserts and surrounding regions.
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Mesopotamia
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the region known as the Fertile Crescent.
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Label these two rivers – Tigris and Euphrates.
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Meso
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means “between” and potamia means “rivers” (think: where the hippopotamus lives☺).
Point to the area that would have been known as “Mesopotamia”.
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the cities and bodies of water shown on this map.
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Trace and label the Ancient Trade Route.
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Sumerians of Mesopotamia (zoomed-in view)
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the region known as Mesopotamia.
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Label these two rivers – Tigris and Euphrates.
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Label the ziggurat civilizations.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the bodies of water shown on this map.
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Called Out of Ur
5.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
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Label these cities – Ur, Babylon and Haran.
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Trace Abraham’s journey.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these cities – Uruk, Kish, Memphis, Thebes.
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Label the four seas (hint: actually one is a gulf).
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Shade in the region of the fertile crescent from Ur to Memphis (hint: your shading should
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resemble a crescent moon or crescent roll☺).
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these cities in the land of Canaan, where Abraham settled and raised his family
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– Dothan, Shechem, Succoth, Bethel, Ephrath, Gerar, Hebron, Beer-sheba, Sodom and
Gomorrah.
Abraham’s Journey
6.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
This map is a close up view of last week’s map.
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Label the Mediterranean Sea and the two mountains shown here – Mt. Gilead and Mt.
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Moriah.
Label three Canaanite cities of your choice.
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Color in your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities.
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Using a pencil, draw in Abraham’s route from Haran.
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Do some research and find out the names of the three remaining bodies of water shown on
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this map which are unlabeled.
Ancient Africa
7.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions of Egypt, Nubia, Kush and Sudan.
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Label the Sahara Desert and the Cape of Good Hope, then color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown on this map – Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, Lake
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Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Malawi, Nile, Niger, Congo and Zambezi Rivers.
Label the region of Bantu, the island of Madagascar and the Atlas Mountains.
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Using the distance scale, determine approximately how far the region of Sudan is from
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Egypt.
Old Kingdom of Egypt
8.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Looking at this map,
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does this

strike you as peculiar or seem funny to you? “Lower” in this case refers to elevation, rather
than southernmost on the map.
Label the Red Lands, the Black Lands and the Nile River. Do you know why the Egyptians
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referred to the land surrounding the Nile as “black”? Black lands refer to the fertile black soil
deposited from the annual flooding of the Nile River.
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the Nile Delta, the two seas and the three cataracts. Do you know what cataracts are?
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The cataracts of the Nile are sections of the river where there are many boulders and islets,
creating white water rapids.
Ancient Egypt
9.
(If you prefer, you may add to last week’s map or start a new one)
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the two seas – Mediterranean and Red.
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Label Giza and the Valley of the Kings
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Label Nubia and Kush
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the cities of Egypt and the regions of the pyramids.
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Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Egypt.
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The Exodus
10.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions of Goshen and Sinai on your map.
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Label the city of Raamses and Mt. Sinai.
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Trace the possible route of the Exodus out of Egypt.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the three seas – Mediterranean, Red and Dead, the Bitter Lakes, the two wildernesses
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– Shur and Paran, and the remaining five cities.
Research and draw an alternate route taken by the Israelites out of Egypt.
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Early Greece
11.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Aegean Sea that is located between the countries of Lydia and Greece.
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Label the island of Crete and these two peninsulas – Peloponnese and Euboia.
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Label the cities of Troy and Athens.
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Color your map
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these islands – Thera, Corfu, Ithaca, Zakynthas, Kythera, Skyros, Khias, Lesbos and
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Same.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities and regions.
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Label the Hellespont – the waterway between the Aegean Sea and another waterway shown
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here. Research its name and label it.
Label two more seas not labeled here – the Ionian and Mediterranean Seas.
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12. The Promised Land
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the three seas shown here – Mediterranean, Galilee and Dead.
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Label the city of Jericho. What important event happened here?
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the two highways. Research to find out who used these highways and their purposes.
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Label the landforms of Canaan – Plain of Acco, Jezreel Valley, Plain of Sharon, Coastal
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Plain, Plain of Philistia, Cisjordan, Transjordan, Jordan Rift, the Negev and the Western
Mountains.
13. The 12 Tribes of Israel
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the 12 tribes of Israel – Simeon, Judah, Reuben, Dan, Ephraim, Gad, Manasseh,
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Issachar, Zebulun, Nephtali, Asher and Benjamin. The remaining tribe, the tribe of Levi, was
the only Israelite tribe that received no designated tribal land. However, they did receive
cities and “the Lord himself as their inheritance.” (Joshua 13:33)
Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the surrounding people groups who still dwelled in the land of Canaan.
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Label the Mediterranean Sea, plus the three unlabeled seas shown here. Consult an atlas,
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wall map or globe. Alternately, you may do a google search for “map of Israel” and select
images for your results.
The Assyrian Empire
14.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Find the city where Jonah was to go and preach (Nineveh).
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Tarshish is not shown on this map. See the map “The Punic Wars” and locate Cadiz - this is
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the approximate location of Tarshish (considered then the end of the world).

Label the surrounding bodies of water.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities shown on the map.
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Israel’s Golden Age
15.
(If you prefer, you may add to 12 Tribes map or start a new one)
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label Mt. Gilboa and the Valley of Elah.
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Label the cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
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Label the surrounding regions of the Philistines, Moabites and Amorites.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities shown on the map.
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Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Israel.
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Phoenicia’s Trading Empire
16.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Choose two colors. Color in region of Phoenicia in one color and the Phoenician colonies
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another color.
Label the cities of Tyre and Sidon.
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Note the locations where certain minerals and other materials were mined or collected.
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Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities shown on the map.
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Do some research to find out what major contribution the Phoenicians gave to the western
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world – besides ship building and international trade? (Teacher: here is a helpful website -
http://www.phoenician.org/alphabet.htm).
Solomon’s Extended Kingdom
17.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color in the area controlled by King Solomon.
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Find the region or country of Sheba and label it.
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Label the Mediterranean Sea and the Rivers Tigris and Euphrates.
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Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Using the scale on the map, determine the approximate distance which the Queen of
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Sheba traveled to visit with King Solomon.
Label the cities of Tyre and Ezion-geber. The King of Tyre provided Solomon with what raw
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material in which to build the temple?
Label the remaining bodies of water shown on this map. Look up the answers for the two
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mystery bodies on a globe or wall map (hint: one is a lake and the other a sea).
Israel’s Divided Kingdom
18.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace over the dividing line between the Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel. Color
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these two regions different colors.
Label and color the surrounding regions.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the cities shown here – Dan, Shechem, Samaria, Bethel, Jerusalem and Tekoa.
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Label the four bodies of water (do you know the name of the very small one towards the top
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of the map? It is now known as Lake Hula or the Hula Reserve).
Ancient India
19.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal.
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Label Mt. Everest and Mt. Kanchenjunga (3
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rd largest peak after Everest and K2).
Label the Indus River and the Himalayan Mountains.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the other two rivers shown here – Ganges and Brahmaputra.
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Label the remaining topographical features – Western Ghats Mtns and Eastern Ghats Mtns,
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Deccan Plateau, Thar Desert and the Northern Plains.
Label the region of Tibet.
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Ancient China
20.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Huang He River (also known as the Yellow River) and the Yangtze River.
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Label the regions of Mongolia and Manchuria as well as the two seas – Yellow and South
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China Sea.
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the Gobi Desert, the Sichuan Basin, the Yangtze Valley and Qin Ling Mountains.
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The Founding of Rome
21.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the land areas and islands – Italy, Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily. (Hint: Italy looks like a
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high-heeled boot).
Label the three seas shown here – Adriatic, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the Appenine Mountains, the Tiber River, the Bay of Naples and the Gulf of Tarentia.
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Label the four cities shown on this map – Rome, Alba Longa, Pompeii and Syracuse.
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Label the regions of the four people groups that lived on the Italian peninsula – Greek,
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Etruscans, Sabines, Samnites.
Babylonian Empire
22.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace the path taken by the Israelites when they were taken into captive by the Babylonians.
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Why do you suppose they did not walk in a straight line, the shortest distance possible?
Label the cities of Jerusalem and Babylon.
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Label the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea and Persian Gulf.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the other four cities shown here – Megiddo, Haran, Nineveh and Ashur.
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Label the two bodies of water not labeled on the map, plus the two main rivers emptying
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into the Persian Gulf.
Using the scale provided for you, calculate the distance between Jerusalem and Babylon.
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The Persian Empire
23.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the large area known as Persia.
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Trace the Royal Road and label the four cities located on it.
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Label Egypt, Israel and Media.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining regions shown on this map – Phyrgia, Ionia, Lydia, Greece, Macedonia,
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Thrace, Cappadocia and India.
Label the city of Byzantium. Do you know its modern day name or the country in which it is
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the capital city?
Label the two mountain ranges – Caucasus and Zagros Mtns.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water, including the four rivers.
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Label the islands shown here although not labeled on the answer map – Cyprus, Crete,
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Euboea, Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica.
Greco-Persian Wars
24.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as Greece, Macedonia, Lydia and ionia.
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Label the battles at Thermopylae and Marathon.
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Label the city of Athens.
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Label Mt. Olympus and the location of Delphi.
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Color your map
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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How many miles is it between the two cities of Marathon and Athens? Look it up if you
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do not know. Here’s a short synopsis you can read for more information about the battle of
Marathon -
http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0210200/ancient_greece/persian_war.htm
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.
Label the remaining cities and all of the islands named on the map.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the bodies of water shown on this map.
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Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Greece.
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Golden Age of Greece
25.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as Greece, Macedonia, Lydia and ionia.
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Label the city of Athens.
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Label Mt. Olympus and the location of Delphi.
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Color your map
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities, Mt. Mimas and all of the islands named on the map.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the bodies of water shown on this map.
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Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Greece.
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Ancient Europe
26.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these bodies of water – Atlantic Sea, North Sea, Baltic Sea and Mediterranean Sea.
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Label the Rhine and Danube Rivers.
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Color your map
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining bodies of water, including the rivers.
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Label the three mountain ranges and the five cities shown here.
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Label the British Isles (which includes Ireland), the Scandanavian, Iberian and Balkan
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peninsulas.
Alexander the Great
27.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color in the large area conquered by Alexander the Great.
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Alexander’s father was from Macedonia. Label the regions of Macedonia and Greece and the
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islands of Crete and Cyprus.
Count the number of cities named Alexandria and label the one located in Egypt.
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Color the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water shown on this map.
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Trace the route of Alexander the Great and label the cities that he journeyed through.
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Label the regions that were managed by his three successors – Antigonus, Seleucus and
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Ptolemy – and the Indian ruler Chandragupta.
The Punic Wars
28.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the three peninsulas shown on this map – Greek, Italian and Iberian.
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Label the islands shown here – Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia and the Balearic Islands.
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Label the Strait of Gibraltar.
o
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Label all bodies of water shown on this map.
o
Label the five rivers in the region of modern-day Spain.
o
Label the two mountain ranges – The Alps and the Pyrenees Mtns.
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Label the four cities shown here.
o
Draw the route by which the armies of Carthage were able to sneak into Italy and attack
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Rome.

Palestine
29.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the cities of Cana, Nazareth, Bethlehem and Jerusalem. What important events took
o
place in those cities?
Label the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Research and discover two more names for the Sea of Galilee.
o
Label the remaining cities and surrounding regions.
o
Label the princedoms of Herod and Philip.
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The Early Church
30.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace the four journeys of Paul.
o
Label the cities that he traveled through.
o
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Label the islands, both labeled and unlabeled, on this map
o
Label all bodies of water and the surrounding regions listed on this map.
o
The Roman Empire
31.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label Israel, Egypt, Northern Africa, Spain, France and Britain.
o
Color in the shaded section of your map – the Roman Empire at its greatest extent.
o
Color in the rest of your map.
o
Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Label the five cities shown here plus all bodies of water.
o
Using the scale provided for you, calculate the distance between Athena and Rome.
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Roman Empire Divided
32.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label Israel, Egypt, Northern Africa, Spain, France and Britain.
o
Color in the shaded section of your map – the Roman Empire at its greatest extent.
o
Draw the dividing line between the eastern and western empires.
o
Color in the rest of your map.
o

Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Label the five cities shown here plus all bodies of water.
o
Using the scale provided for you, calculate the distance between Rome and Constantinople
o
– the new capital city designated by Constantine.
Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of the Roman
o
Empire.
Barbarian Invasions
33.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
What is the name of the continent shown here? Label it (Europe).
o
Label the mountain range that divides Europe from Asia.
o
Label the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
o
Color your map.
o
Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
o
Label the cities of Rome and Byzantium (Constantinople).
o
Label the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
o
Label the barbarian tribes in the regions which they conquered.
o
World Map - Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
34.
Using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of the world. (You might not
o
want to tackle this whole project in one day, but spread it out over 2-3 days.)
Consider drawing regions as well using the grid maps of Egypt, Israel, Greece and Rome.
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Glossary of Terms Used
Artifact – a simple man-made object that provides evidence of an ancient culture.
Continent – one of the seven great land masses of the world – Europe, Asia, Africa, North America,
South America, Australia and Antarctica.
Delta – deposited land at the branching mouth of a river.
Desert – a large area of land where there is very little water and plants do not grow.
Empire – a kingdom which has been extended by military might to include countries which
were originally independent.
Gulf – an area of sea partly surrounded by land, larger but with a narrower opening than a bay.
Inlet – a narrow arm of the sea or of a river.
Island – a piece of land, smaller than a continent, entirely surrounded by water.
Islet – small island or rock mass.
Key – something to help you decipher a code.
Kilometer (Km) – a unit of distance measurement equaling 1,000 meters.
Mile – a unit of distance measurement equaling 1,760 yards.
Ocean – the large bodies of salt water which comprise the majority (over 2/3) of the earth’s
surface.
Republic – a form of government in which the head of state is an elected president rather than
a monarch.
River – a stream of fresh water flowing into another body of water.
Sea – a body of water smaller than an ocean, partly or completely enclosed by land.
Geographical Regions Covered
Red Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Mesopotamia
Tigris River
Euphrates River
Persian Gulf
Caspian Sea
Nile River
Crete
India
Indian Ocean
Babylon
Egypt
Assyria
China
Yellow River
Yangtze River
Greece
Aegean Sea
Phoenicia
Africa
Sahara Desert
Dead Sea
Israel
Persia
Italy
Carthage
Roman Empire
Palestine
Britain
Europe
Teacher or parent, you may choose to use these terms and geographical regions listed to put together an end of the
year quiz. However, if you follow the lesson plans throughout the year, you may not feel that this is necessary.

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Patagonian
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Indian Desert
Iranian Desert
Turkestan
Desert
Arabian
Sea
Bay of Bengal
Sea of
Okhotsk
Barent
Sea
Baltic
Sea
Bering
Sea
Black Sea
Caribbean
Sea
Caspian
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E. China
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Indian Ocean
Mediterranean
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Red Sea
North
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Kara Sea
Tasman
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Pacific Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Gulf of Mexico
Hudson
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Arctic Ocean
S. China
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Coral Sea
Beaufort
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Gulf of Alaska
Atacama Desert
Kalahari Desert
Takla Makan
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Great Basin
Death Valley
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Rhine
Thames
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Vistula
Vulga
Ural
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Tigris
Euphrates
Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
Ganges
Ob
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Lena
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EUROPE
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AFRICA
ANTARCTICA
ASIA
Great Dividing Range
Sinai
Peninsula & Desert
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Nile
The Descendants of NO
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INDIA
ANATOLIA
GREECE
ITALY
Black Sea
Caspian
Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Sinai
Desert
Arabian
Desert
Arabian Peninsula
Garden of
Eden
Mt Ararat
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The Descendants of NO
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Memphis
Babylon
Kish
Ur
Thebes
MESOPOTAMIA
Tigris
Persian
Gulf
Mediterranean
Sea
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Akkad
Uruk
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Caspian
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MESOPOTAMIA
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R. Tigris
R. Euphrates
S
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Mesopotamia
5000BC - 2000BC
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Eshnunn
Kish
Ur
Eridu
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Caspian Sea
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5000BC - 2000BC
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Memphis
Babylon
Kish
Ur
Thebes
Tigris
Persian
Gulf
Mediterranean
Sea
F
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Euphrates
Akkad
Uruk
A
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Ab
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m’s
jou
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Haran
Shechem
Beer-sheba
Hebron
Gomorrah
Sodom
Succoth
Ephrath
Gerar
Bethel
Dothan
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Red Sea
Called Out of UR
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Called Out of UR
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ABRAHAM’s Journey
Mediterranean
Sea
Succoth
Sodom
Gomorrah
Ephrath
Hebron
Beersheba
Gerar
Shechem
Dothan
A
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’s J
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fr
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Ha
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Mt. Moriah
Cave of
Machpelah
Mt. Gilead
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Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean
EGYPT
S A H A R A
Desert
Nile
White Nile
Congo
Niger
Zambezi
NUBIA
KUSH
BANTU
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Ancient AFRICA
5000BC - 2000BC
Red
Sea
Lake
Victoria
MADAGASCAR
Cape of Good Hope
Lake
Tanganyika
Ethiopian
Highlands
Lake
Malawi
SUDAN
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Atlas Mountains
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Ancient AFRICA
5000BC - 2000BC
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N
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NILE DELTA
Third Cataracts
Second Cataracts
First Cataracts
Red Sea
UPPER EGYPT
LOWER EGYPT
Red Lands
Red Lands
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Black Lands
Mediterranean Sea
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Old Kingdom of EGYPT
5000BC - 2000BC
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Old Kingdom of EGYPT
5000BC - 2000BC
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Third Cataracts
Second Cataracts
First Cataracts
Red Sea
UPPER EGYPT
Memphis
Thebes
Heliopolis
Valley of the Kings
LOWER EGYPT
Abydos
Giza
Sakkar
Herakleopolis
Meidum
Abusir
NUBIA
KUSH
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Ancient EGYPT
5000BC - 2000BC
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Ancient EGYPT
5000BC - 2000BC
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The Exodus from EGYPT
1300BC
Kadesh-barnea
Ezion-geber
Jericho
Succoth
Raamses
G
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Bitter Lakes
Mt. Sinai/
Horeb
SINAI
EDOM
THE NEGEV
Wilderness of Shur
Wilderness of Paran
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Red Sea
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ered at that time part of the “Sea of Reeds” or “Red Sea”.
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The Exodus from EGYPT
1300BC
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Early GREECE
1300BC - 500BC
MACEDON
GREECE
LYDIA
Aegean
Sea
Troy
Pylos
Sparta
Athens
Corinth
Olympia
Mycenae
Marathon
Hellespont
CRETE
Akhaia
Kythera
Argos
Miletus
ATTICA
C
yclades
Islands
Gla
Orchomenus
Tiryns
Ithaca
Corfu
Zakynthos
Tenedos
Lesbos
Knossos
Khios
Skyros
Thera
Same
Mallia
Phaestos
Zakro
Iolkos
Hagia
Triada
PEL
OPONNESE
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EUBOIA
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Ismaros
Cape M ale
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Early GREECE
1300BC - 500BC
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The Promised Land
c. 1260
Mediterranean
Sea
C I S J O R D A N
T R A N S J O R D A N
WADI
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The
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High
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NEGEV
Jezreel
Valley
Plain of
Acco
Plain of
Sharon
Plain of
Philistia
Teacher’s Answer Map
Dead
Sea
Sea of
Galilee
Jericho
COASTAL PLAIN
JORDAN RIFT
WESTERN MTNS.
EASTERN PLATEAU
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The Promised Land
c. 1260
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12 Tribes of ISRAEL
c. 1200
Mediterranean
Sea
PHOENICIA
SYRIA
AMMON
MOAB
EDOM
PHILISTINES
Simeon
Judah
Ephraim
Manasseh
Nephtali
Manasseh
Gad
Reuben
Dan
Issachar
Zebulun
Asher
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AMORITES
HITTITES
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Benjamin
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12 Tribes of ISRAEL
c. 1200
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Ashur
Babylon
The ASSYRIAN Empire
1500BC - 600BC
Khorsabad
Nimrud
Nineveh
Persian
Gulf
Joppa
Caspian
Sea
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
Tarshish (on the
southwestern coast
of Spain)
Damascus
Gath-hepher
Gozan
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KEDAR
MEDIA
SAMARIA
ISRAEL
JUDAH
Noph (Memphis)
Yeb (Elephantine)
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The ASSYRIAN Empire
1500BC - 600BC
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PHOENICIA
SYRIA
AMMON
MOAB
EDOM
PHILISTINES
Simeon
Judah
Ephraim
Manasseh
Nephtali
Manasseh
Gad
Reuben
Dan
Issachar
Zebulun
Asher
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HITTITES
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ISRAEL’s Golden Age
Gaza
Ashkelon
Ashdod
Gath
Ekron
Jerusalem
Ramah
Mizpah
Bethlehem
Valley of Elah
Horesh
En Gedi
Mt. Gilboa
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ISRAEL’s Golden Age
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Byblos
Sidon
T
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T
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Carthage
Gades
PHOENICIA’s Trading Empire
1100BC - 800BC
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W
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Glass
Gold
Salt
Ivory
Silver
Lead
Copper
Olive Oil
Key
Phoenicia
Phoenican Colony
T
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Gold
Salt
Ivory
Silver
Lead
Copper
Olive Oil
Key
Phoenicia
Phoenican Colony
T
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1100BC - 800BC
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Solomon’s Extended Kingdom
990BC
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
Persian
Gulf
Euphrates
International Coastal Highw
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The King’s Highw
ay
SHEBA
Ezion-geber
Tigris
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T
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Solomon’s Extended Kingdom
990BC
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ISRAEL’s Divided Kingdom
922-722BC
Mediterranean
Sea
PHOENICIA
SYRIA
AMMON
MOAB
KINGDOM
OF
ISRAEL
KINGDOM
OF
JUDAH
Bethel
PHILISTIA
Tekoa
Shechem
Dan
Mt. Carmel
Samaria
Jerusalem
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EDOM
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ISRAEL’s Divided Kingdom
922-722BC
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Ind
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R
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Ga
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NORTH
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P LAI N S
B
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ahmaputra
R
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THAR DESERT
DECCAN PLATEAU
Western Ghats Mtns.
Eastern Ghats Mtns.
Mt. Kanchenjunga
Arabian Sea
Bay of
Bengal
Indian
Ocean
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Mt. Everest
H
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UNTAINS
TIBET
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Ancient INDIA
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Ya n gtz e V al le y
MONGOLIA
MANCHURIA
Sichuan
Basin
Yellow
Sea
S. China
Sea
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Ancient CHINA
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The Founding of Rome
753BC
Mediterranean
Sea
SICILY
Tyrrhenian Sea
Adriatic Sea
CORSICA
SARDINIA
Gulf of
Tarentia
Syracuse
T
iber
R
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Rome
(Palatine
Hill)
Pompeii
Bay of
Naples
MAGNA GRAECIA
Etruscans
Greek
Colonists
Sabines
Samnites
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Appenine Mtns.
Alba Longa
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The Founding of Rome
753BC
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Ashur
Babylon
Neo-Babylonian Empire
610 BC
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
Persian
Gulf
Nineveh
Jerusalem
Haran
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Israe
lites
pr
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Bab
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Megiddo
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Neo-Babylonian Empire
610 BC
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Black Sea
Caspian
Sea
Aral Sea
Arabian
Sea
Indus
Tigris
Euphrates
Nile
Persepolis (Persis)
P
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S
I
A
INDIA
EGYPT
GREECE
The PERSIAN Empire Under King Darius
500BC
Red Sea
MACEDONIA
Persian
Gulf
Mediterranean Sea
THRACE
MEDIA
LYDIA
PHYRGIA
Byzantium
CAPPADOCIA
IONIA
Sardis
Caucasus Mtns
Zagros Mtns
Susa
ISRAEL
Babylon
Th
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Ro
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l
R
oa
d
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The PERSIAN Empire Under King Darius
500BC
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Greco-Persian Wars
546BC - 479BC
GREECE
LYDIA
Aegean
Sea
Troy
Pylos
Sparta
Athens
Corinth
Olympia
Mycenae
Marathon
Hellespont
Kythera
Miletus
ATTICA
C
yclades
Islands
Ithaca
Corfu
Zakynthos
Tenedos
Lesbos
Knossos
Khios
Skyros
Same
Iolkos
Teacher’s Answer Map
EUBOIA
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Mt. Mimas
Ismaros
PEL
OPONNESE
Achaea
Thera
(Cycladics)
Thermopylae
Cape M ale
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IONIA (Ionians)
(Trojans)
Mt. Olympus
ASIA MINOR
Patmos
CRETE
(Minoans)
(Dorians)
MACEDONIA
Delphi
B
a
y
of Salam
is
Ephesus
Philippi
Thessalonica
Thebes

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Greco-Persian Wars
546BC - 479BC
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Golden Age of GREECE
400BC
GREECE
LYDIA
Aegean
Sea
Troy
Pylos
Sparta
Athens
Corinth
Olympia
Mycenae
Marathon
Hellespont
Kythera
Miletus
ATTICA
C
yclades
Islands
Gla
Ithaca
Corfu
Zakynthos
Tenedos
Lesbos
Knossos
Khios
Skyros
Same
Iolkos
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Ismaros
PEL
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Achaea
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Cape M ale
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IONIA (Ionians)
(Trojans)
Mt. Olympus
ASIA MINOR
Patmos
CRETE
(Minoans)
(Dorians)
MACEDONIA
Delphi
B
a
y
of Salam
is
Ephesus
Philippi
Thessalonica
Thebes

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Golden Age of GREECE
400BC
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The Alps
The Pyrenees
The Apennines
Sicily
Sardinia
Corsica
Crete
Mediterranean Sea
Black Sea
Atlantic
Ocean
Red
Sea
N
ile R.
Rome
Athens
Alexandria
Damascus
Tyre
North
Sea
Dnieper R.
Elbe R.
Ancient EUROPE
500BC - 44AD
Balkan
Peninsula
Iberian
Peninsula
Scandinavian
Peninsula
British
Isles
Adriatic Sea
Aegean
Sea
B os
po
ru
s
Bay of
Biscay
Baltic
Sea
English C
hannel
Strait of Gibraltar
Norwegian
Sea
Carpathian Mtns
Dardanelles
Iceland
Volga R.
Po R.
R
hon
e
R
.
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Cyprus
Rhine R.
Danube R.
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ile R
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Ancient EUROPE
500BC - 44AD
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Caspian
Sea
Aral Sea
Persian
Gulf
Black Sea
MACEDONIA
GREECE
CRETE
CYPRUS
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800 Km
Sardis
Tarsus
Issus
Alexandria
Siwa
Gaza
Thapsacus
Nineveh
Babylon
Susa
Persepolis
Rhagae
Hecatompylos
Alexandria Areia
Alexandria (Kandahar)
Bactra
Alexandria Eskhata
Alexandria Oxiane
Taxila
Pattala
SELEUCUS
CHANDRAGUPTA
ANTIGONUS
PTOLEMY
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eacher’s Answer Map
Jerusalem
ALEXANDER the GREAT
323BC
Red Sea
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ALEXANDER the GREAT
323BC
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The Punic W
ars
200BC
M
editerranean
Sea
Italian
Peninsula
Iberian
Peninsula
Greek
Peninsula
SICILY
Bay of Biscay
Atlantic
Ocean
St
r
ait
of
G
ibral
tar
Balearic
Islands
Cadiz
Malaga
Barcelona
Pyrenees Mtns.
Canary Islands
G
uad
ia
n
a
Juc
ar
T
a
gu
s
D
u
er
o
E
b
ro
Carthage
Greek Colonies
Carthaginian
Colonies
Numidia
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eacher’s Answer Map
The Alps
SARDINIA
CORSICA
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The Punic W
ars
200BC
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PHOENICIA
SYRIA
Jerusalem
Bethlehem
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Jericho
Emmaus
Bethany
Caesarea
Nazareth
Cana
Capernum
Caesarea
Philippi
GALILEE
DECAPOLIS
SAMARIA
JUDAEA
Sea of
Galilee
Dead
Sea
Princedom
of Herod
Antipas
Princedom
of Philip
Princedom
of Herod
Antipas
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PALESTINE During the
Time of Christ
30AD
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PALESTINE During the
Time of Christ
30AD
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The Rise of the Early Church
1 - 100AD
Nile
M
e
d
i
t
er
ra
n
ea
n
S
ea
Black Sea
GALATIA
THRACE
ITALY
CRETE
SICILY
Red Sea
S A H A R A
Desert
ACHAIA
MACEDONIA
SYRIA
Alexandria
Ephesus
Thessalonika
Rome
Carthage
Hippo Regius
Hippo Acra
Antioch
Seleucia
Attalia
Jerusalem
Antioch
Paul’s First Missionary Journey Paul’s Second Missionary Journey Paul’s Third Missionary Journey Paul’s Journey to Rome
Malta
Corinth
Sidon
Syracuse
Philippi
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Paul’s First Missionary Journey Paul’s Second Missionary Journey Paul’s Third Missionary Journey Paul’s Journey to Rome
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The Rise of the Early Church
1 - 100AD
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ISRAEL
Constantinople
Thessalonica
Athena
Pompeii
Rome
Black Sea
EGYPT
AFRICA
FRANCE
SPAIN
GERMANY
BRITAIN
Mediterranean Sea
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The ROMAN Empire
largest c. 114AD
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The ROMAN Empire
largest c. 114AD
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Byzantium
(Constantinople)
H
U
N
S
VANDALS/ALANS
OSTROGOTHS
BURGUN-
DIANS
VISIGOTHS
FRANKS
ANGLES/ SAXONS
CELTS
PICTS
BRETONS
SUEVES
Antioch
Rome
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eacher’s Answer Map
Caucasus Mtns
Caspian
Sea
Black
Sea
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Ural Mountains
Barbarian Invasions
500 - 800AD
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Barbarian Invasions
500 - 800AD
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ISRAEL
Constantinople (formerly Byzantium currently Istanbul)
Thessalonica
Athena
Pompeii
Rome
Black Sea
EGYPT
AFRICA
FRANCE
SPAIN
GERMANY
BRITAIN
Mediterranean Sea
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eacher’s Answer Map
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The ROMAN Empire Divided
395AD
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The ROMAN Empire Divided
395AD
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W
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LD M
A
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9
K
n
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w
le
d
g
e
Q
u
e
st
Great Sandy
Desert
Great Victoria
Desert
G o b i D e s e r t
S a h a r a D e s e r t
Arabian Desert
Patagonian
Desert
Indian Desert
Iranian Desert
Turkestan
Desert
Arabian
Sea
Bay of Bengal
Sea of
Okhotsk
Barent
Sea
Baltic
Sea
Bering
Sea
Black Sea
Caribbean
Sea
Caspian
Sea
E. China
Sea
Indian Ocean
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
North
Sea
Kara Sea
Tasman
Sea
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Gulf of Mexico
Hudson
Bay
Arctic Ocean
S. China
Sea
Coral Sea
Beaufort
Sea
Gulf of Alaska
Atacama Desert
Kalahari Desert
Takla Makan
Desert
Sonoran Desert
Great Basin
Death Valley
H
i m
a
l
a
y
a
s
C
au
casu
s
Pyren
ees
A
lp
s
Rockies
Sierra
U r a l
Appalachian
Mississippi
Danube
Rhine
Thames
Seine
Vistula
Vulga
Ural
Nile
Tigris
Euphrates
Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
Ganges
Ob
Laptev
Sea
Lena
Dnieper
Am
azo
n
(Southern Ocean)
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NOR
TH AMERICA
SOUTH
AMERICA
EUROPE
A
USTRALIA
AFRICA
ANTARCTICA
ASIA
Great Dividing Range
Sinai
Peninsula & Desert
Italian
Peninsula
Greek Peninsula
Anatolia
Crete
Sicily
Andes
St
. L
aw
ren
ce
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N
ile R
.
NILE DELTA
Third Cataracts
Second Cataracts
First Cataracts
Red Sea
UPPER EGYPT
Memphis
Thebes
Heliopolis
Valley of the Kings
LOWER EGYPT
Abydos
Giza
Sakkar
Herakleopolis
Meidum
Abusir
NUBIA
KUSH
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Ancient EGYPT
5000BC - 2000BC
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Mediterranean
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PHOENICIA
SYRIA
AMMON
MOAB
EDOM
PHILISTINES
Simeon
Judah
Ephraim
Manasseh
Nephtali
Manasseh
Gad
Reuben
Dan
Issachar
Zebulun
Asher
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HITTITES
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Gaza
Ashkelon
Ashdod
Gath
Ekron
Jerusalem
Ramah
Mizpah
Bethlehem
Valley of Elah
Horesh
En Gedi
Mt. Gilboa
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Golden Age of GREECE
400BC
GREECE
LYDIA
Aegean
Sea
Troy
Pylos
Sparta
Athens
Corinth
Olympia
Mycenae
Marathon
Hellespont
Kythera
Miletus
ATTICA
C
yclades
Islands
Gla
Ithaca
Corfu
Zakynthos
Tenedos
Lesbos
Knossos
Khios
Skyros
Same
Iolkos
Teacher’s Answer Map
EUBOIA
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Mt. Mimas
Ismaros
PEL
OPONNESE
Achaea
Thera
(Cycladics)
Cape M ale
e
© 2009 Terri Johnson
IONIA (Ionians)
(Trojans)
Mt. Olympus
ASIA MINOR
Patmos
CRETE
(Minoans)
(Dorians)
MACEDONIA
Delphi
B
a
y
of Salam
is
Ephesus
Philippi
Thessalonica
Thebes

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500 Miles
0
800 Km
ISRAEL
Constantinople
Thessalonica
Athena
Pompeii
Rome
Black Sea
EGYPT
AFRICA
FRANCE
SPAIN
GERMANY
BRITAIN
Mediterranean Sea
T
eacher’s Answer Map
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The ROMAN Empire
largest c. 114AD
© 2009 T
erri Johnson


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Future volumes of Map Trek:
Medieval World - December 2009
⇒ New World - February 2010
⇒ Modern World - March 2010