Tabula Geographia Britanniarum

Maps of Roman Britain

Please note: unfortunately after saving the site from the internet dustbin many of the maps failed to work. So, below is a much reduced list

The pages linked from this index provide access to the core of the roman-britain.co.uk website, a database of almost two thousand Roman sites, with detailed pages on every single military encampment, each civil settlement, all known Romano-British temples and many Romano-British villas, industrial sites and other substantial buildings. These maps make use of varying levels of internet technology.

The Notitia Dignitatum Map
(HTML Layered Division Map)
A map showing the Roman military establishments and garrison units based in Britain during the late-4th century. This map will open in a separate pop-up window.
The Antonine Itinerary Map
(HTML Layered Division Map with Interactive JavaScript Controls)
A map of Britain showing the road stations on fifteen separate itineraries recorded during the reign of emperor Antoninus Pius in the mid-2nd century.
The Southern Military Campaign Map
(HTML Layered Division Map with Interactive JavaScript Controls)
A map of Southern Britain showing the military campaigns of the first ten governors of Roman Britain, showing the forts, camps and road stations which have been positively dated to their period of tenure as the Propraetor Britanniarum.

Bibliographical Links

To purchase Ordnance Survey Maps of Roman Britain, please use the following links
For a beautifully presented, single-sheet map and accompanying 44-page booklet:
Map of Roman Britain by the Ordnance Survey (3rd Edition, 1956)
For the superb double-sided edition which inspired the roman-britain.co.uk website:
Historical Map and Guide: Roman Britain by the OS (4th Ed., 1990);
For a modern 'wall-chart' of Roman Britain accompanying a potted history of the province:
Historical Map and Guide: Roman Britain by the OS (5th Ed., 2001);
For the best Atlas of Britain (the last edition published with contour lines):
Atlas of Great Britain by the Ordnance Survey (Country Life, 1982);