Tag: The Story of Maps

Since the year 27 B.C., when Octavianus became Augustus Caesar, the Empire of the Romans had flourished...the Mediterranean had become a Roman lake ringed by Roman provinces and territories...cleared of pirates, and coasting trade was brisk. In fact travel, either for business or pleasure, was safer in that region than it ever was again until the introduction of steam navigation.

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