This page is republished with the permission of its author, Bernard Suzanne.
This page is part of the "tools" section of a site, Plato and his dialogues, dedicated to developing a new interpretation of Plato's dialogues. The "tools" section provides historical and geographical context (chronology, maps, entries on characters and locations) for Socrates, Plato and their time.
This page provides an index to the maps of Ancient Greece provided as background to the study of Plato and his dialogues. On all the maps, most names of locations are individually clickable to get to an entry providing information on the location (mythology, history, famous citizens, etc.) For more information on the structure of entries and links available from them, read the notice at the beginning of the index of persons and locations.
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- Map of Athens and Piræus in the time of Pericles.
- Map of Athens intra muros in the time of Pericles.
- Map of the Agora of Athens in the time of Pericles.
- Map of the Acropolis of Athens in the time of Pericles.
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