Map Trek – Ancient World

October 13, 2009 by Terri Leave a reply »

We are very excited about a new product that we are putting the final touches on and is scheduled to be released on October 20th. We have heard your comments throughout the years and are working on making THE most attractive and highly useful map book for home educators. You have said that you want…

1. Historical maps that will help you navigate through your history studies.
2. Accurate maps that show what the world was like THEN and NOW.
3. Maps that are easily downloadable yet inexpensive to print.
4. Attractive maps that you and your children will be proud to display.
5. Lesson plans that will show you what to do with them each week.

Map Trek meets all five of these demands and more. In one week from today, we will be rolling out our first volume. But we couldn’t wait until then to give you a sneak peek:

Map of Ancient Mesopotamia

Map of Ancient Mesopotamia

As of today, you can download 6 maps from the Ancient volume at this web page – /Map-Trek.html.  Two more to come in the next 24 hours.  Enjoy this sampling and we’ll let you know when the full volume is ready to go.

Have a great day and take care,


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2 Responses

  1. Laura Johnson says:

    Terri ~ have you considered doing a “pre-flood” type map that would show the world as a (for lack of a better word) tighter landmass? Or the “ice-age” maps that would show the Bering Strait as a bridge instead of mostly water? I love the look of the new maps – don’t get me wrong. I just was wondering with all the resources that you have available and have created, if that was a possibility in the works…

  2. Nancy says:

    They look great. I’m just disappointed that I didn’t know about these coming out, when I bought the Ancient maps recently…

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