Maps of Ancient Galatia

Map 1: Kleinasien mit den Territorien des Deiotaros Philorhomaios (1. Jahrhundert v.Chr.) (Asia Minor with the Territories of Deiotaros Philorhomaios, AD 1st Century). Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: Michael Grün. Trier 2007; first published in Coskun 2008, map 3; revised version published in Coskun 2012, map 1.

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Map 2: Die Provinz Galatia von Augustus bis Gallienus (1. Jh. v. – 3. Jh. n.Chr.) (The Province of Galatia from Augustus to Gallienus, 1st Century BC – AD 3rd Century). Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: Michael Grün. Trier 2007; first published in Coskun 2008, map 4; revised version published in Coskun 2012, map 2.

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Map 3: Fundorte von Inschriften in Kerngalatien auf der Grundlage von S. Mitchell: RECAM II, 1982 (Find Spots of Inscriptions in the Heartland of Galatia on the Basis of S. Mitchell: RECAM II, 1982). Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: Michael Grün. Assistance: Sascha Settegast (Trier) and April Ross (Waterloo & Oxford). Trier 2012. First published in Coskun 2012, map 3.

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Map 4: Celtic and Indigenous Names in Northern Galatia, 1st and 2nd Centuries. Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: April Ross (Waterloo & Oxford). Waterloo 2011. First published in Coskun 2012, map 4.

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Map 5: Toponyms and Theonyms in Northern Galatia, 1st and 2nd Centuries. Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: April Ross (Waterloo & Oxford). Waterloo 2011. First published in Coskun 2012, map 5.

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Map 6: Intercultural Celtic and Indigenous Names in Northern Galatia, 1st and 2nd Centuries. Author: Altay Coskun. Cartographer: April Ross (Waterloo & Oxford). Waterloo 2011. First published in Coskun 2012, map 6.

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References:

Altay Coskun: Das Ende der ‚romfreundlichen‘ Herrschaft in Galatien und das Beispiel einer ,sanften‘ Provinzialisierung in Zentralanatolien (‘The End of the ‘Philo-Roman’ Rule in Galatia and the Example of a ‘Soft’ Provincialisation in Central Anatolia’). In idem (ed.): Freundschaft und Gefolgschaft in den auswärtigen Beziehungen der Römer (2. Jh. v.Chr. – 1. Jh. n.Chr.), Frankfurt/M. 2008, 133-164 (with maps 3-4).

Altay Coskun: Intercultural Anthroponomy in Hellenistic and Roman Galatia. With Maps Drawn by Michael Grün and April Ross. In Gephyra 9, 2012, 51-68.